Multipoint Sampler - INNOVA 1409
LumaSense's Multipoint Sampler INNOVA 1409 is designed to be used in conjunction with any photoacoustic (PAS) gas monitor in our product line, to build a well synchronized multi-channel monitoring system.
The INNOVA 1409 greatly increases the monitoring capabilities of the gas monitors by drawing air-samples through tubing from up to 24 different points according to an automated and programmable sampling sequence, and delivering the samples to the monitor.
It is available in 6-, 12-, or 24-channel configuration.
- Area-monitoring: Air sampling in up to 24 locations and delivery of the sample to an INNOVA photoacoustic monitor
- Leak-monitoring: Sampling air with good spatial distribution (up to 24 sampling points) across large enclosed rooms, and delivering the sample to a central monitor unit.
- Multi-point gas analysis: Eg. Parallel measurement of multiple static flux chambers with a unique monitor.
- Full remote-control from a PC via the gas monitor over the USB interface
- 6 to 24 sample input channels depending on the configuration
- Integrates seamlessly with the Innova PAS monitors
- LED indicators for active channel and interface
- Self-test function
- Pneumatic system constructed of AISI-316 Stainless Steel and PTFE tubing to minimize gas adsorption
- Optional frame for 19” rack assembly
LumaSense's Multipoint Sampler INNOVA 1409 can be used in conjunction with the gas monitor's INNOVA 1412i and INNOVA 1314i to provide a multi-channel monitoring system. The INNOVA 1409 greatly increases the monitoring capabilities of the gas monitors by drawing air-samples through tubing from up to 24 different sampling points and delivering the samples to the monitor.
The system has 6 to 24 inlet channels depending on the configuration. Each inlet channel has a tube mounting stub on the back-plate of the 1409; to connect each channel to the respective sampling point. The 24 channels converge into one; a three-way valve directs then the gas sample to the gas monitor for analysis, or through the external pump (optional) via the waste-air outlet on the 1409’s back-plate.
The 1409 combined with a gas monitor and a controlling computer offers wide-ranging monitoring capabilities. The 1409 makes it possible to perform multipoint monitoring tasks in a variety of situations and environments, without changing the system components.
Online Multipoint Monitoring
The 1409 Multipoint Sampler unit is connected to one INNOVA Photoacoustic Gas Monitor via USB interface. The system (Sampler + Monitor) is controlled remotely by the LumaSoft Gas Multipoint 7870 software from a PC which can connect to the gas monitor via RS232, USB, or Ethernet. The software provides online monitoring features, including a real-time display of the data.
Standalone Multipoint Monitoring
The 1409 Multipoint Sampler unit is connected to one INNOVA Photoacoustic Gas Monitor via USB interface. The gas monitor is the system controller for this standalone multipoint monitoring system. The BZ7007 software is a remote and offline user interface which can be used to configure the system (including an optional alarm relay module for the INNOVA 1314i), or to connect upon need to the system and retrieve the measurement log from the monitor internal memory.
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|Height:||155 mm (6.10 inch)|
|Width:||445 mm (17.5 inch)|
|Depth:||260 mm (10.2 inch)|
Weight (Depending on the configuration)
|1409-6:||with 6 channels 6.6 kg (14.6 lbs.)|
|1409-12:||with 12 channels 7.9 kg (17.4 lbs.)|
|1409-24:||with 24 channels 10.3 kg (22.7 lbs.)|
|Voltage:||100 – 240 VAC 50/60 Hz|
|Power consumption:||0.4 A|
|USB Interface||USB 2.0 Standard|
|Compliance with Standards|
|The 1409 has the following certification:
The detailed Certificate of Conformity documents are available in our download section.