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BlueTrace - Oil in Water Sensor

Art. no. 461 6200 - BlueTrace - Oil in Water Sensor

The BlueTrace - Oil in Water Sensor is a compact
fluorescence probe for the measurement of BTEX and
refined oil in water. The robust design of the BlueTrace
Sensor allows for applications in harsh conditions,
such as corrosive media or at high pressure.


Technical data:
Measuring principle: fluorescence
Light source: < 300 nm
Emission wavelength: 280 nm
Detection of fluorescence: 300 - 400 nm

Measuring range: 0 - 30 ppm
Measuring accuracy: 3 % FS
Detection limit: 0.1 ppm
Measuring interval: ≥ 1 s

Interface: Modbus [RTU]
Input voltage: 8 - 32 VDC
Power draw: max 500 mW

Sensor head:
Material: stainless steel 1.4404, optionally titanium
Dimensions (length excludes connector): l: 150 mm, d: 38 mm
Weight: 800 g
Working temperature range: ambient 0 °C … +50 °C, water temperature: 0 °C … +45 °C

Selectable option: Cable length


Selectable option
Cable
length
 
Cable length
Pos.
 
 
1
5 m
5
2
10 m
10
3
20 m
20
 
 
 
 
Example configuration Art. no. 461 6200 5
Functions & Features
Calibration Monitoring Spectral Quality Index (SQI)
Easy Calibration

The BlueTrace can easily be optimally calibrated to the specific application. All you have to do is hold the sensor in the prepared samples and then perform a multi-point calibration. For this purpose, only the reference values have to be entered into the BlueBox controller or the corresponding software.
Selectable Measuring Range
Selectable
Measuring Range
The sensitivity of the receiver can easily be changed either directly on the controllers of GO Systemelektronik, or with the help of the freely available PC program. Thus, the sensor can optimally be adjusted to the required measuring range.
Fieldbus, Can bus, modbus, profibus, connection
Modbus Interface

The BlueTrace features a Modbus RTU interface. This means that the sensor can not only be connected to a GO Systemelektronik controller, but can also be integrated into third-party controllers or directly to a PLC. The necessary Modbus protocol is freely available.