IMR 5000 – CEMS
The IMR 5000 is state-of-the-art continuous emission monitoring system, and is designed for a wide variety of flue-gas monitoring applications.
- The IMR 5000 is a stand-alone analyzer that works automatically. Available in a 19” rack mount or rugged wall mounted enclosure. The wall mount enclosure meets NEMA type 4X (IP65) standards
- The recorder is equiped with a responsive touch screen
- The modular approach of the IMR 5000 allows multiple gases to be measured simultaneously
- The IMR 5000 uses the latest sensor technology from electro-chemical sensors to NDIR benches.
- The IMR 5000 is built to customer specifications
- The IMR 5000 supports the following output types: Analog 4 – 20mA or 0 – 20mA 0 - 10V, RS232 or RS485, and Ethernet (Internet)
The IMR 5000 is state-of-the-art Continuous Emission Monitoring System, and is designed for a wide variety of stationary emission monitoring applications.
The IMR 5000 is a stand-alone analysis system that works automatically.
Available in a 19” rack mount or rugged wall mounted enclosure. The wall mount enclosure meets NEMA type 4X (IP65) standards.
The modular approach of the IMR 5000 allows multiple gases to be measured simultaneously.
Model: SDU5020 ( up to 6 inputs)
Model: SDU5030 ( up to 12 inputs)
- Communication: 4 – 20mA or 0 – 20mA, RS232 or RS422/485 Modbus RTU (Optional), Ethernet (Modbus TCP/IP)
- Webserver & Email directly from Recorder
- Circuit protection
- Storage Media (SD card 16GB)
- IP or NEMA rating enclosures (Varies according to specifications)
- Capable of working between temperature of -10 and 50oC
- Gas Temperature 0 – 1200°C
- 115VAC / 230VAC 60Hz/50Hz
Other ranges are available upon request.
IMR Environmental Equipment, Inc. reserves the right to adopt technical modifications without prior notice.
Other sensors and ranges are available uppn request
CO Carbon Monoxide
- O2 Oxygen
- CO2 Carbon Dioxide
- SO2 Sulfur Dioxide
- CH4 Methane
- NO Nitric Oxide
- NO2 Nitrogen Dioxide
- H2S Hydrogen Sulfide
- HCl Hydrogen Chloride
- HF Hydrogen Fluoride
- NH3 Ammonia
- HC Hydro Carbons
- CL2 Chlorine
- O3 Ozone
- N2O Nitrous Dioide
- Gas Temperature
- CO2 Carbon Dioxide
- ETA Combustion Efficiency
- LAMBDA Excess Air
- qA Heat Losses