The Neutronics Oxytron 2000 is a custom-configured instrument designed to automatically control oxygen in process applications. When combined with a properly designed sample conditioning package, the Oxytron 2000 provides reliable measurement and control of oxygen, keeping it at a safe level by controlling the flow of inert gas into the process. Originally developed for one of the country’s largest chemical manufacturers, the Oxytron 2000 has been proven reliable in thousands of installations and can provide control for two independent vessels or processes.
The Oxytron 2000 is a microprocessor-based instrument capable of accepting multiple sensor inputs from Neutronics sensors and utilizing them to control user configurable alarms and signal outputs. Two auxiliary 4-20mA inputs enable the input of 4-20mA signals from sensors other than the oxygen sensors. Nine alarm relay contacts are provided for indication of calibration, setpoint activation, system maintenance requirements, fault conditions, and sensor comparison alarms. Two separate isolated 4-20mA current loops are provided to communicate the measurements from one or two oxygen sensors.