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MAY 2018

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32 ST | May 2018 www.sea-technology.com Image source: Crown Copyright (2017) THE GLOBAL EVENT FOR UNDERSEA DEFENCE AND SECURITY 1,100+ attendees expected at UDT 2018 80+ exhibiting companies 30+ VIPs attending 3 days of high-level briefings 40+ countries represented 26–28 June 2018 SEC, Glasgow @UDT2018 www.udt-global.com/linkedin www.udt-global.com Organised by Supported by Certified by Lead Sponsor Innovation Partner Gold Sponsor Organisers of A S I A D E F E N CE E X P O & C O N F E R E N C E S E R I E S AMT Analysenmesstechnik GmbH Joachim-Jungius-Strasse 9 D-18109 Rostock, Germany Tel.: +49-381-4059380, Fax: -383 E-mail: info@amt-gmbh.com www.amt-gmbh.com Optical CO 2 Sensor for Monitoring Characteristics: - Principle: Single-Beam Dual Wavelength NDIR - Measuring ranges: 15 mg/l or 50 mg/l or 340 mg/l - Accuracy: ± 0.06 mg/l CO 2 ... ± 6 mg/l CO 2 - Maximum deployment depth: 1,000 m - Outputs: 4...20 mA, 0...5 V DC or RS485 - Power supply: 12-30 V DC or 20-30 V DC - Temperature range: 0...60°C - Internal temperature compensation - Compensation of humidity and other influences - Dimensions: 225 mm length, 36 mm diameter - Housing material: Titanium - Connector: Subconn MCBH4M - Power consumption: < 0.5 W - Warm-up time: < 12 seconds

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