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UV-106L: Low Concentration Ozone Analyzer

High Accuracy Ozone Analyzer for Laboratory Use

Features

  • Easy-to-Use Interface - simply power on and begin sampling
  • Active sampling via built-in pump
  • Built-In Data logging
  • Benchtop, NEMA & OEM configurations available

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UV-106L $4,095.00
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add NEMA Enclosure Upgrade for $500.00 (More Info)
add UV-106L (OEM) for $-195.00 (More Info)

Accessories

add Intake Filter Kit for $200.00 (More Info)
add Portable B3 Battery for $350.00 (More Info)
add CUV-1 Carrying Case for $295.00 (More Info)
UV-106L-Rental $560.00
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Overview

The Model 106-L is designed for ambient ozone monitoring for health and safety monitoring in an industrial ozone setting based on the accurate method of UV absorbance.. A simple design with all components mounted to a single printed circuit board and a long-life pump make the instrument highly reliable and robust. Ozone is measured in the range 0-100 ppm (0-100,000 ppb) with a resolution of 0.1 ppb. Precision and accuracy for this low-concentration ozone monitor are ±2 ppb or 2% of reading.

Optional AccessoriesDescription
Intake Filter KitPVDF Filter Housing 47 mm with 1/4" Fittings. Kit Includes: FHS (Filter Housing), and FPK-10 (Filters- Package of ten)
Portable B3 Battery Add portability to your UV-106 Analyzer with the B3 Battery! This battery allows you to take your UV-106 Analyzer anywhere.
CUV-1 Carrying CaseThis is an extremely rugged pelican case to carry your UV-106 in.

Specifications

Range 0 - 100 ppm (0 - 100000 ppb)
Accuracy Greater of 2.0 ppb or 2% of reading
Resolution 0.0001 ppm (0.1 ppb)
Display Units ppb, pphm, ppm, ug/m3, mg/m3
Response Time 10 seconds
Zero Drift < 3 ppb/day, < 6 ppb/year
Detection Method UV Absorption
Flow Rate 1 LPM
Display Digital
Internal Datalogging yes , 32,736 Lines
Analog Outputs
0 mA, 4 - 20 mA,
Communication Protocol RS-232, USB
Temperature Range 32 to 122°F (0.0 to 50°C)
Electrical

Native Power

11 - 28 VDC , nominally 500 mA at 12 V, 6.0 watt

Included Option

120 VAC 60 Hz Adapter

Available Option

240 VAC 50 Hz Adapter
Dimensions 8.5 x 8.5 x 3.8 inches (21.6 x 21.6 x 9.5 cm)
Weight 4.2 lbs (1.91 kg)
 
= 18.682531 N
= 4.2 lb
= 1.905088 kg
= 1,905.087954 g
= 1,905,087.954 mg
= 67.2 oz
Supporting Documents User manual and NIST traceable calibration sheet included.
Warranty 1 Years
Common Applications
Integrated Pump yes
Portability yes , with purchase of B3 Battery.
Relays 1

Support

Documents / Downloads

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the maximum amount of tubing I can use to transport ozone to the analyzer?
  2. Can I measure ozone levels above 5 ppm?
  3. Can the internal pump operate continuously?
  4. Can I use a different program than Hyper-terminal to collect the data?
  5. Does elevation affect the accuracy of the ozone analyzer?
  6. Is the ozone analyzer sensitive to other gases?
  7. How often does this monitor require calibration?
  8. Will I get a tracking number when my item ships?
  9. How often should the unit be re-zeroed?
  10. What type of serial (RS-232) cable do I need to connect my UV Analyzer to my computer's serial port?
  11. I am having trouble with the drivers when I try transferring data from the analyzer to my computer. How do I fix that?
  12. How accurate is the UV-106L with very low levels of ozone?
  13. What is the maximum amount of tubing I can use to transport ozone to the analyzer?
  14. At what low levels will the UV-106L be accurate?
  1. What is the maximum amount of tubing I can use to transport ozone to the analyzer?

    30 feet of tubing would be the maximum length of tubing recommended.

  2. Can the internal pump operate continuously?

    Yes. The pump has a rated lifetime of 5,000 hours (7 months).

  3. Can I use a different program than Hyper-terminal to collect the data?

    Yes. A program called Tera-Term is available at the following website: http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA002416/teraterm.html The Tera-Term program is preferred since Hyper-terminal only has a 500 line buffer limit.

  4. Does elevation affect the accuracy of the ozone analyzer?

    No. The accuracy of the analyzer will only vary 1-2 PPB for any elevation of 7,000-ft or less.

  5. Is the ozone analyzer sensitive to other gases?

    The UV Absorption method of detecting ozone is highly resistant to cross-sensitivity (interference) from other gases, however there are some that may affect readings.

    Specifically, organic compounds containing aromatic rings (benzene, toluene, xylene, etc.) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) may cause interference up to several parts per billion (ppb) in highly polluted air.

    The rule of thumb is that NO2 contributes a 1% interference for low-range analyzers, so 100 ppb of NO2 reads as 1 ppb Ozone on the analyzer.

  6. How often does this monitor require calibration?

    The manufacturer recommends a yearly calibration. The readings of all ozone monitors will start to stray over time and need to be corrected when possible.

  7. Will I get a tracking number when my item ships?

    For customers who chose UPS: a tracking number is automatically sent via e-mail before the order leaves our warehouse.

    For customers who chose FedEx: a tracking number is usually available if requested by either e-mail or phone.

    For customers who chose USPS: tracking numbers are only created by USPS for select services, such as insured packages. We will be happy to provide available tracking information if requested.

  8. How often should the unit be re-zeroed?

    Upon receipt of the UV-106, you should re-zero the unit so it is set properly for your location. The electronic zero of the instrument may be measured by attaching an ozone destruction cartridge to the air inlet for a period of 5-10 minutes.

    For an accurate measurement, the instrument must have been turned on long enough for the internal temperature to stabilize. The observed offset, which can amount to plus or minus a few ppb, can be corrected for by changing this calibration parameter from the front panel, as described below.

    Because of noise or an inherent offset, some measured values will be below zero at very low ozone mixing ratios or while zeroing the instrument with an external scrubber. Also, the instrument zero may drift by a few ppb over time. For this reason, frequent zeroing of the instrument using an external ozone scrubber to determine the offset is recommended. If the instrument reads an average of 3 ppb with the external scrubber in place, the value of Z should be set to negative 3.

  9. What type of serial (RS-232) cable do I need to connect my UV Analyzer to my computer's serial port?

    For a serial connection, you will need a straight-through cable with female-to-female DB-9 connectors.

  10. I am having trouble with the drivers when I try transferring data from the analyzer to my computer. How do I fix that?

    The manufacturer provides their software and drivers downloads on their website:

    http://www.twobtech.com/downloads.htm

    Use "2B Tech Display and Download Software" and "Model 106 USB Driver" downloads for the UV-106.

  11. How accurate is the UV-106L with very low levels of ozone?

    Any readings below 100 ppb will have accuracy of +/- 2.0 ppb. Any reading at or above 100 ppb will have accuracy of +/- 2 percent of reading.

  12. What is the maximum amount of tubing I can use to transport ozone to the analyzer?

    30 feet of tubing would be the maximum length of tubing recommended.

  13. At what low levels will the UV-106L be accurate?

    The UV-106L can start reading ozone with some accuracy at 10-20 ppb. However, it will be most stable starting at 50 ppb.

Last Updated: March 31, 2015

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