Oxy 510 Inline Oxygen Sensor
The oxygen content is a crucial parameter for the taste and shelf life of beverages. Oxy 510 is an inline oxygen sensor which measures dissolved oxygen (DO) in real-time. It provides accurate, drift-free measurements throughout the entire production process.
Oxy 510 extends the Anton Paar portfolio for multiple-parameter analysis of beverages and can easily be combined with additional process sensors to meet all future production and quality control requirements.Get in touch
One sensor for two different measuring ranges
Oxy 510 is able to perform highly accurate measurements in the trace range (0 ppb to 2000 ppb) as well as in the wide range (0 ppm to 22.5 ppm). Switching between the ranges is conveniently done by simply exchanging the sensor cap.
Clever sensor caps with Toolmaster™
The two different sensor cap types are equipped with Toolmaster™ technology which enables auto detection of the sensor cap in use and the automatic transfer of all parameters to the sensor.
- All human errors are minimized.
- The exchange of the sensor cap itself is quick and easy.
- All required parameters are stored in the sensor cap. Once the cap is mounted, inline measurement can start immediately. Thus, manual calibration and set-up are no longer necessary and downtimes are minimized.
Statemaster: Easy planning of sensor cap exchange
Replacement of a sensor cap is now a predictable work step that can be planned and integrated into regularly scheduled downtimes. Oxy 510 estimates the remaining service life of the sensor cap at any time and warns you when a new sensor cap is required.
Oxy 510 is designed to meet all requirements of the EHEDG guidelines. All materials which are in contact with the sample are FDA-compliant. Oxy 510 is suitable for hygienic applications in beverage, pharmaceutical und water treatment industries. The sensor is quickly back to work after CIP, thus reducing downtimes.
Complete convenience: Smart sensor with low maintenance
Robust and hygienic design and easy installation make Oxy 510 a minimum maintenance device. Additionally, the sensor is completely compatible with all existing Anton Paar Smart Sensors, evaluation units and data acquisition software. Integration of Oxy 510 into already existing Anton Paar installations requires no additional equipment. Vice versa, additional Anton Paar sensors can easily be added to Oxy 510 installations.
|Sensor||Trace range||Wide range|
|Measuring range||0 ... 2000 ppb||0 ... 22.5 ppm (0 % ... 50 % O2)|
|Resolution|| 0………..1 ppb ±0.4 ppb|
1………..10 ppb ±0.4 ppb
10……...100 ppb ±0.5 ppb
100…….1000 ppb ±3.5 ppb
1000…..2000 ppb ±10.0 ppb
| 0…...1% ±0.05% O2|
1…...21% ±0.2% O2
21….50% ±0.5% O2
|Accuracy (the larger value is valid)||±1 ppb or ±3%||±0.1% O2 or 3%|
|Repeatability (the larger value is valid)||≤ 0.5 ppb or 1%||≤ 0.05 % O2 or 1%|
|Reproducibility (the larger value is valid)||≤ 0.8 ppb or 2%||≤ 0.08 % O2 % or 2%|
|Sample temperature [°C]||‒5 °C … 40 °C non-freezing||‒5 °C … 40 °C non-freezing|
|Max. cleaning temperature [°C]||99 °C|
|Line pressure [bar]||0 bar … 12 bar|
|Ambient temperature [°C]||-5 °C… 50 °C (non-freezing)|
|Response time [s]|
@ Interval 1 s
|t90 < 15 s|
t99 < 20 s
t99.9 < 40 s
|Measuring interval [s]||1 s ... 60 s|
|Power||SELV DC 24 V (DC 20 V to 30 V), max. 1.5 W|
|Dimensions (WxHxD) [mm]||174 x 174 x 230|
Beer Monitoring: Filtration
After fermentation, the newly brewed beer is filtered. Only the desired components pass: clear, high-quality beer.
Beer Monitoring: Pre-Filler and Packaging
Final quality control before the product leaves the plant for the last check on the specifications guarantees continuous consumer satisfaction.
Brix Monitoring before and after Blending
Water, sugar, acids, color and preservatives constitute the ingredients of a soft drink. Carefully monitor the final syrup before blending as well as the product after blending for optimum cost efficiency!
Diet Monitoring in Soft Drink Production
Soft drinks containing sweeteners are consumed in numerous households worldwide. Diet beverages constitute a growing segment in the soft drink industry, which makes their production even more worth monitoring.
Soft Drink Monitoring: Blending and Carbonation
In this production step, the lively component is added to the soft drink: CO2 gives the beverage a lively taste.
Soft Drink Monitoring: Pre-Filler and Final Package
Quality control before and after bottling are equally important for the last check of the product’s specifications so the product meets the final goal: consumer satisfaction!
Wort Monitoring: Wort Cooler
The clear wort is cooled down from boiling hot to a temperature between 5 °C and 20 °C, depending on the beer style. Then the yeast is added.