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Laboratory gas blender GB 6000
O2airhelium

laboratory gas blender
laboratory gas blender
laboratory gas blender
laboratory gas blender
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Characteristics

Applications
laboratory
Gas type
O2, air, helium, carbon dioxide, N2
Technology
digital
Other characteristics
Bluetooth, USB, with touchscreen

Description

For STANDARD Flows Create Dynamic GAS Mixtures 6 Channels GAS Mixer Each Channel: 0 – 5000 mL/min Total Mixture Flow Rate: Up to 30 L/min Accuracy: 1.0% Repeatability: 0,10% of reading Response time: 500 ms Software bundle. HIGH FLEXIBILITY - From static to dynamic GAS Mixtures Pre-mixed Gas Cylinders are notoriously expensive and limiting. By using the MCQ Gas Mixers it is possible to create dynamic gas mixtures at any time, letting you free to set your flow rates, concentrations and blending on-demand from different sources of Gas. GB6000 provides a level of flexibility that gas cylinders simply cannot. Touch Display: The Gas Blender 6000 is a stand-alone device, and it allows you to control all the parameters and access all the main features by the Touch Display. Intuitive Software - AUTOMATION AND FLEXIBILITY For Advanced functionality or to control the instrument via PC, we also provide MCQ Mixture Creator. A complete gas mixing software, that allows direct access and control to all the parameters of our products. Easy to Integrate USB connected, Bluetooth ready, with the possibility of future Wi-Fi implementation. Integrable with ProfiBus, ModBus, & Simulink. Moreover, we supply a Python Library to control the instrument via RS485. Certified Product. TUV, CE, Made in Italy (cTUVus pending) Automated Feedback System. With Gas Blender 6000, you can create, save and load your automatic mixture program and much more

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