Q-MACS Process

Q-MACS Process data sheet

The Q-MACS Process is a portable monitoring system for on line measurements of industrial processes. It is based on the Q-MACS Basic and features a three channel setup to improve the signal-tonoise ratio and to achieve long-term stability. This open path system uses infrared absorption spectroscopy to measure absolute molecular concentrations. The optical coupling to the measurement’s region can also be provided by an optical fibre.

  • three path infrared spectrometer with IR-light source
  • sensitivity: down to ppb range
  • time resolution: down to milliseconds

 

Q-MACS Process DC data sheet

The Q-MACS Process DC is a portable monitoring system for on-line measurements of industrial processes, where the measurement equipment’s installation in the process room is not possible. This open path system uses mid-infrared absorption spectroscopic methods to determine absolute molecular concentrations. It is based on the Q-MACS Basic and features a dual channel setup, which allows the simultaneous measurement of multiple species. The long-term stability for broad absorption features was improved by adapting normalization concepts.

  • dual path infrared spectrometer with two IR-light sources
  • sensitivity: down to ppb range
  • response time: down to milliseconds
  • time resolution: down to milliseconds, sub-microsecond time resolution on request

 

Q-MACS Process fibre data sheet

The Q-MACS Process fibre is a portable monitoring system for online measurements of industrial processes. It is bases on the Q-MACS Basic and features a two channel setup to achieve long-term stability and can be directly coupled to the measuring path via an IR-fibre. The system uses infrared absorption spectroscopy to measure absolute molecular concentrations.

  • two path infrared spectrometer with IR-light source, IR-fibre coupling
  • sensitivity: down to ppb range
  • response time: down to milliseconds
  • time resolution: down to milliseconds, sub-microsecond time resolution on request