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Kaiser Raman Optograf Process Analyzer

Turn-key process Raman analyzer for quantitative chemical composition measurements

The Optograf process analyzer is an industry leading turn-key laser-based analyzer that provides quantitative chemical composition measurements using Raman spectroscopy. The design of the Optograf process analyzer incorporates customer requirements for serviceability and hazard-area certification, provides a compact footprint and minimal utilities consumption.

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  • Non-destructive analysis of gases, including homonuclear diatomics (H2, N2, O2)
  • Compact, smaller than most wall-mount GCs
  • Can replace up to 4 traditional analyzers with a single base unit and 4 probes
  • Rugged with minimal utility requirements, no sample transport, and no consumables (columns, valves, gases, pumps)
  • Minimal analyzer technician time with maximum technician safety (no toxic gases are transported to the analyzer)
  • Measures 4 streams simultaneously for faster multi-channel results
  • -20 °C to + 50 °C operating environment

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Features and Specifications

Measuring principle
Raman spectroscopy

Laser wavelength
532 nm

Spectral coverage
150-3425 cm-1 (532 nm)

Operating Temperature: -20 °C to +50°C
Humidity: 20–80% RH, noncondensing

Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC; 50-60 Hz standard
Max power: <300 Watts on startup; <200 Watts typical

Warm up time
Base model: 120 minutes

Unit dimensions (mm)
(W x H x D) 18.0 in x 32.85 in x 10.0 in (45.72 cm x 83.44 cm x 25.4 cm)

Weight (kg)
61.2 (135 lb)

Number of probes
Up to 4, each with a dedicated laser for simultaneous measurements

Connection Interface
Modbus (TCP/IP or RS485)

IP 56 Wall-mounted, sealed/purged enclosure


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