nCLD 88 Yp
ECO PHYSICS nCLD 88 Yp
Modular Trace-Level Gas Analyzer
The nCLD 88 Yp is the next generation in measuring smallest amounts of NO or NOX. Unique in speed and precision, the nCLD 88 Yp is modular designed and allows the sequential measurement of concentrations even in the range of parts per trillion and is expandable to assess additional nitrogen oxide based parameters. Its new and intuitive user interface also individually displays and connects to other instruments’ data.
Precise and Reliable
The nCLD 88 Yp fulfills the requirements of many research groups specializing in detection and monitoring smallest variations of N-containing compounds, such as NO or NOX. The fully revised detector-block, the enhanced gas flow paths and the improved pressure as well as temperature independence of the nCLD 800 Series allow for even lower detection limits. Overall stability and reliability are lifted to a new level. The pre chamber of the nCLD 88 Yp also minimizes zero drift and cross sensitivity. This makes it ideally suited for areas with excellent air quality. The Calibration and the adjustment of the unit runs quick and automatic, ensuring unsurpassed precision and reliability.
The new touch sensitive graphical user interface enables the user to individually adjust the instrument operation and data management according to his/ her needs and applications. All necessary data is continuously and available. The bright 7” monitor gives a clear overview and allows numerical and graphical display of values. Multiple digital in- and outputs guarantee a maximal connectivity and flexibility for the remote operation and maintenance of the nCLD 88 Yp.
Compact, Modular and Intelligent!
The nCLD 88 Yp is manufactured in a new compact and modular layout, in which each essential component of the chemiluminescence analyzer hosts its own CPU and interacts with other CPUs by BUS-communication. This assembly increases accessibility and serviceability by reducing wiring and piping. The measurement principle will conform to the standard method for NOX-detection in ambient air (EN 14211).