NOxGen NOx Converter Efficiency Tester

The NOxGen 3 allows instrument operators and manufacturers to check the converter efficiency of their Chemiluminescent NOx analyser. The unit is controlled by using two decade thumbwheel switches adjustable from 00 to 99, and a three position ozone level switch for low, medium and high settings. The NOxGen 3 R provides the option of remote control using TTL levels for all operational functions. It comes in a 19” rack type, 3 units high enclosure. It can be bench top used or fitted into a 19” rack console. For bench top use there are extendible feet at the front which can be used to tilt the angle of the instrument back for ease.

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Key Features

• Suitable for all types of Chemiluminescent NOx analysers

• Compact design

• NO2 gas not required

• Simple setting to generate NO2 concentrations

• Built-in Ozone generator

• High stability against main power variations


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➔ NOXGEN 3 Datasheet

➔ NOXGEN User Manual

➔ Ancillary Equipment Brochure

Technical Specification

GAS SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: Nitric oxide in nitrogen, oxygen or dry air


POWER: 230V 50Hz

FITTINGS: 1/4” stainless steel

WEIGHT: 6.6kg

DIMENSIONS: 280mmW x 175mmH x 245mmD. 3U high, suitable for 19” rack mounting

ADDITIONAL NO FROM N2: Less than 0.5ppm when air is used for oxygen supply