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Explosion-Proof TDL Spectrometer

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Probe-type Tunable Diode Laser SpectrometerAn explosion-proof TDLS8200 probe-type tunable diode laser spectrometer from Yokogawa Electric Corp. provides simultaneous measurement of oxygen and carbon monoxide or methane concentrations for combustion control.

Through dual laser light sources and optics, the TDLS8200 features low installation cost, high measurement stability, and high reliability. It can measure temperatures up to 600 °C and 850 °C, and the addition of an explosion-proof version makes it possible to facilitate efficient combustion control and safe operation across a broader range of applications in oil and gas, petrochemicals, chemicals, electric power, iron and steel, and ceramics markets.


Photonics Spectra
Oct 2022
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