Moisture Image Series - Aluminum Oxide Moisture Probe

  • Three Function Capability moisture sensor with built-in temperature and pressure sensors
  • Nonvolatile Calibration Data Storage data entries are safely stored in EEPROM
  • Intrinsically Safe explosion-proof housing to withstand harsh environments
  • Nonlinear NTC Thermistor measure temperatures from -22F to 158F
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Overview

The MIS Aluminum Oxide moisture probe has set the standard in the industrial industry combining moisture measurements with temperature and pressure. This provides a wide measurement range for ease of use, no longer having to use separate probes when all has been combined into one device. The moisture probe measures temperatures from -22F to 158F (-30C to 70C) including the option of five solid-state piezoresistive transducers to measure pressures up to 5000 psig (345 bar).

The MIS probe receives its power from the attached electronics module that ensures long life as it now compensates the electronics to improve performance. If there was ever a power outage all calibration data is stored in EEPROM automatically, keeping it safe and on record.

To avoid limitations the probe can be moved 3000ft away from the analyzer using inexpensive twisted-pair cable (AWG 22). As a result, the MIS probe is versatile, cost effective and easily installed overcoming many obstacles in the industry.

Manufactured by: GE Panametrics
Model: Moisture Image Series - Aluminum Oxide Moisture Probe

Services offered for this product

  • Sales
  • Rental
  • Installation
  • Calibration
  • Maintenance

Applications

Petrochemical
Natural gas
Industrial gas
Semiconductor
Furnace gas/heat treating
Power generation
Air dryer
Pharmaceutical
Aerospace

Specification

Moisture sensor
Intrinsic safety Intrinsically safe when connected to a Panametrics moisture series analyzer, PM880 portable hygrometer or intrinsically safe barriers in accordance with the user’s manual. Moisture image series probe:
BAS01ATEX1095
EX II 1 G Ex ia IIC T4. (–20°C to +80°C) and CSA C US Class I, Division 1, Groups A,B,C&D T4, LR44204-23
European compliance Complies with EMC directive 2004/108/EC and PED 97/23/EC for EN <25
Type Aluminum oxide moisture sensor probe
Calibration Each sensor is individually computer calibrated against known moisture concentrations, traceable to NIST or NPL.
Overall range capability –110° to 60°C (–166° to 140°F)
Available range options
  • Standard: –80° to 20°C (–112° to 68°F) with data to –110°C (–166°F)
  • Ultra-low: –110° to –50°C (–166° to –58°F)
  • High range data: –80° to 60°C (–112° to 140°F)
Calibrated accuracy at 25°C (77°F)
  • ±3.6°F (±2°C) above -148°F (–100°C)
  • ±5.4°F (±3°C) below -148°F (-100°C)
Repeatability
  • ±0.4°F (±0.2°C) above -148°F (–100°C)
  • ±0.9°F (±0.5°C) below -148°F (–100°C)
Temperature
  • Operating temperature: -4°F to +140°F (–20°C to +60°C)
  • Storage temperature: -22°F to +158°F (–30°C to +70°C)
Operating pressure 5 µHg to5000 psig (345 bar).
Limited by optional pressure sensor - see pressure sensor ranges.
Flow range
  • Gases: Static to 10,000 cm/s linear velocity at 1 atm
  • Liquids: Static to 10 cm/s linear velocity at density of 1 g/cc
MIS Probe/Analyzer Separation 3000 ft (0.9 km) maximum recommended length (consult factory for longer distances)
MIS Probe/Analyzer Compatibility
  • moisture.IQ
  • PM880 portable hygrometer
MIS Probe/Analyzer Cable Unshielded, twisted pair, AWG 22
Built-in temperature sensor
Type Nonlinear NTC thermistor (resultant temperature linearized by microprocessor)
Operating ran – 22° to 158° F (–30° to 70°C)
Accuracy ±0.9°F (±0.5°C) overall
Response time (maximum) One second in well stirred oil or 10 seconds in still air for a 63% step change in increasing or decreasing temperature
Built-in pressure sensor
Type Solid-state/piezoresistive
Available ranges
  • 30 to 300 psig (3 to 21 bar)
  • 50 to 500 psig (4 to 35 bar)
  • 100 to 1000 psig (7 to 69 bar)
  • 300 to 3000 psig (21 to 207 bar)
  • 500 to 5000 psig (35 to 345 bar)
Accuracy ±1% of full scale
Pressure rating Three times the span of the available range to a maximum of 7500 psig (518 bar)

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