Inline oxygen sensor:
- Hassle-free sensor-cap exchange with Toolmaster™
- Predictable cap exchange with lifetime estimator
- Ultimate comparability with Anton Paar solutions for laboratory and at-line
- Quickly back to work after hot CIP or hot water rinsing
The oxygen content is a crucial parameter for the taste and shelf life of beverages. The Oxy 5100 inline oxygen sensor measures dissolved oxygen (DO) in real-time directly at the production line. It provides accurate, drift-free measurements throughout the entire production process.
Oxy 5100 can easily be combined with additional process sensors from Anton Paar to meet all future production and quality control requirements.
One sensor for two different measuring ranges
Oxy 5100 performs highly accurate measurements in the trace range (0 ppb to 2000 ppb) as well as in the wide range (0 ppm to 24 ppm). Switching between the ranges is conveniently done by simply exchanging the sensor cap.
No worries about cap calibration due to clever sensor caps
All required calibration parameters are stored in the sensor cap. The Toolmaster® technology automatically detects the sensor cap and transfers all setup parameters to the sensor. Once the cap is mounted, inline measurement can start immediately.
Lifetime Estimator: Easy planning of sensor cap exchange
Replacement of a sensor cap is a predictable work step that should be planned and integrated into regularly scheduled downtimes. The Lifetime Estimator of Oxy 5100 estimates the remaining service life of the sensor cap in days and warns you when a new sensor cap is required.
Hygienic design – EHEDG-certified
Oxy 5100 fulfills international hygienic standards as it is EHEDG-certified Type EL – Class I and can be cleaned using CIP procedures. All materials which are in contact with the sample are FDA-compliant. Oxy 5100 is suitable for hygienic applications in the beverage, pharmaceutical, and water treatment industries. The sensor is quickly back to work after CIP, thus reducing downtimes.
Plug and play – easy setup with maximum compatibility
No special training is required to commission and operate the instrument. Oxy 5100 is set up quickly and easily using the touchscreen interface of the built-in evaluation unit, via the Pico 3000 software, or with the help of the mPDS 5 evaluation unit.
Oxy 5100 can be easily adapted to support several communications protocols including analog (4 mA to 20 mA), Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, HART, PROFIBUS DP, PROFINET IO, and EtherNet/IP.
|Sensor||Trace range||Wide range|
|Measuring range||0 ... 2000 ppb||0 ... 24 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 – 0.5 ppm ±0.024 ppm |
0.5 – 10 ppm ±0.096 ppm
10 – 24 ppm ±0.240 ppm
|Accuracy (the larger value is valid)||≤1 ppb or ±3 %||≤ ±0.042 ppm or 3 %|
|Repeatability (the larger value is valid)||≤0.5 ppb or 1 %||≤ ±0.024 ppm or 1 %|
|Sample temperature [°C]:||-5 °C … 65 °C non-freezing||-5 °C … 65 °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 (W x H x D) [mm]||162 x 162 x 215|
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