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Galvanic Oxygen Transducer
Part #: TSD301

The TSD301 Galvanic Oxygen Transducer is used to measure ambient or flow stream oxygen levels in a range of 0-100%. The TSD301 has a response time of approximately 12 seconds for measuring changes in oxygen levels for input gases at a flow rate of 0.2-2.0 L/min with approximately 2% linearity.

The TSD301 transducer incorporates a detachable sensor (RX301). The sensor operates via the electrochemical (galvanic) principle and is replaceable; the sensor has an expected lifetime of approximately five years in constant exposure to atmosphere.

Interfaces with DA100C.

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Part #: TSD301
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Operating Principle: Electrochemical (Galvanic)
Range: 0-100% Oxygen Concentration
Output: 8.0-12.0 mV nominal (dry air at 25 °C)
Response Time (10% to 90%): Less than 12 seconds @ flow range 0.2-2.0 Liters/min
Operating Temperature: 0 to 45 °C
Linearity: ±2% of Full Scale Range, applied for 5 minutes
Stability: Less than 1% of Full Scale Range, 8 hour period, constant Temperature, Pressure, Humidity
Humidity: 5%-95% Relative, Non-condensing
Temperature Compensation: NTC (internal)
Zero Offset: Less that 200 µV (100% Nitrogen–5 minutes)
Warm-up Time: Less than 30 minutes, after sensor replacement
Calibration: Sensor is typically calibrated from 20.93% oxygen in ambient “fresh” air to 100% oxygen from a tank source.
Expected Life: Greater than 1,000,000 oxygen hours (approximately five and a half years in ambient air)
Storage Temperature Range: -20 to 50 °C (recommended 5 to 30 °C)
Electrical Connector: 3.5 mm female mono phone jack
Sensing port threads on RX301: Tap size is M16-1 (15 mm drill hole)
Interface: DA100C, via TSD301 cabling
Cable length: 3 meters (TSD301)
Load Resistance: 10 kohms (TSD301 assy)
Replacement Sensor: RX301 (detachable from TSD301)

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