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InPro 6850i polarographic oxygen sensor



METTLER TOLEDO’s InPro 6850i as intelligent all-rounder uses the new 3-electrode system. A separate platinum anode increases the signal stability especially into low oxygen level.

Thanks to the integrated ISM technology with Plug and Measure capability makes installation much easier and offers new possibilities for maintenance planning thanks automated self-diagnosis and asset management. Together with the iSense always one step ahead.

As with all oxygen sensors from METTLER TOLEDO also the ISM sensors fulfil the highest requirements for hygienic design in compliance with EHEDG and 3-A standards. The proven maintenance concept with membrane body and replaceable inner body is continued with all i-type sensors.

Features and Benefits

High measurement stability

The new 3-electrode principle with its separated platinum anode for higher signal stability

Enhanced diagnostics

Permanent sensor monitoring with ISM technology reduces the risk sensor failures

Predictive maintenance

The enhanced diagnostics allows for better maintenance planning “as few as possible, as often as necessary”

High process safety

FDA compliant materials of construction and easy-to-clean high-polished surface (N5 grade) to satisfy increasing regulatory requirements.

Reduced service time

Thanks to the easy-to-replace membrane body and quick-disconnect interior body.

Long sensor lifetime

Durable and rugged sensor design for increased resistance to harsh environments

Installation in hazardous zones

ATEX certificate: SEV 14 ATEX 0169 X
Ex ia IIC T6/T5/T4/T3 Ga/Gb
Ex ia IIIC T69oC/T81oC/T109oC/ T161oC Da/Db

IECEx Certificate of Conformity: IECEx SEV 14.0026X
Ex ia IIC T6/T5/T4/T3 Ga/Gb
Ex ia IIIC T69oC/T81oC/T109oC/ T161oC Da/Db

FM approval: IS/ I, II, III /1 /ABCDEFG /T6

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