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Emission Gas Analyser

Gas Analyser

Exhaust Emission Analyser

KWQ Series

KWQ 4/5 Automotive Emission Gas Analyzer be made in our company that is designed to measure the concentration CO, CO2 and HC by using non-disperse infrared (NDIR) method and to detect O2, NOx by using electrochemical cell method. The bench is import from Japan and the sensors are import from UK.

Main Features

Emission Gas Analyser
Emission Gas Analyser

Be sure to read this Manual before using the KWQ 4/5. Store this manual safely so that it is readily available whenever necessary.

It uses in measuring automotive emission exhaust CO, HC, CO2, O2, (NOx optional), LCD display with English operation menu. It is easy to operate. It has the functions with auto zero, auto calibration and leak check.

Flexible probe can suit almost all kinds tail tube. It is equipped with the newest aluminum alloy drain separator. So that the efficiency of water separation is better.

  • Auto compensation ambient pressure and environmental temperature for eliminating variable influence.;

  • Auto calculate engine AFR, Lamda.;

  • It is equipped two idle test tufunction;

  • It can data storage more than 200 measuring results forre-read Input data vehicle;

  • It equipped standard RS-232 interface and DC 0-1v;

  • Signal output for connecting computer easily to you;

  • Can be integreated with 2 more equipment by VIS Control System;

  • Meets the international standard ISO 3930 or OIML R99 NDIR gas sensor, HORIBA bench Level 1 accuracy requirements. ;

Specification

 Measuring Range

HC: 0-10000ppm, CO: 0-15.00%, CO2: 0-20.00%, O2: 0-25.00%, NO: 0-5000ppm, Lamda: 0.5 - 3.0, Oil-T: 0 - 150°C (Option), RPM: 250 - 9000rpm (Option)

 Warm up time

Within 15 minutes

 Response time

T90 within 10 sec T95 within 15 sec

 Output

Interface RS-232

 Ambient Temp

Temp 0-40°C

 Relative humidity

20%-85%

 Power

AC220V, ±10%, 50Hz±1%

 Weight

±7.5Kg

 Power consumption

Approx 50 Watt

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