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Sarasota SG901 (formerly SG900) Specific Gravity Analyzer

Catalog number: 14125
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Thermo Scientific™

Sarasota SG901 (formerly SG900) Specific Gravity Analyzer

Catalog number: 14125
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This product has been discontinued however we continue to provide services and support for this product.
 
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14125
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Specific Gravity Analyzer
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Product TypeSpecific Gravity Analyzer
Environmental RatingIP65 (NEMA 4X)
Flow Range0.14 to 0.7 cu. ft/min.
Accuracy±0.2% reading above 0.5 SG at reference conditions
Certifications/ComplianceCE Marked; ISO 9001:2000
ConnectionsInstruments, IS screw terminals in FD900 terminal box (F & H versions); Heater, screw terminals in ExD enclosure
Depth (English)10.06 in.
Depth (Metric)255 cm
DescriptionSarasota SG901 (formerly SG900) Specific gravity analyzer
Height (English)33.87 in.
Height (Metric)860 cm
Housing MaterialStainless Steel, Copper-free Aluminum with Epoxy Finish
Installation0.25 in. Tubing Compression Fitting
Operating Temperature Range-20°C to +55°C (-4°F to +131°F)
OutputsF option (frequency output): Frequency related to density on 2-wire current modulated loop 6 mA to 18 mA, 4 wire PT100, 4 to 20 mA pressure
H option: (headmounted electronics): Analog 4 to 20 mA related to SG, density, or density derived variable, HART protocol
Power SupplyF Option: Frequency Output: Density Transmitter: 16 to 28 VDC 10 mA Average (Peak 18 mA); Pressure Transmitter: 9 to 30 VDC 20 mA; H Option: Headmounted Electronics 3: 3 x 13 to 28 VDC 25 mA
Range0 to 2 SG; for any other range, consult Thermo Fisher
Repeatability±0.02% Span
Sample Inlet PressureBasic system: standard 4 bar A (58 psi); for others to a maximum 20 bar (290 psi) consult Thermo Fisher Dry or wet gas system: 200 bar (2900 psi) maximum
Spool MaterialNi-Span C or FV520B
Temperature MeasurementHigh Accuracy 1/3 DIN 4 Wire PT100 (RTD)
Tubing and Fittings MaterialsStainless Steel (316L /1.4404)
Weight (English)Up to 207 lb.
Weight (Metric)Up to 94 kg
Width (English)25.99 in.
Width (Metric)660 cm
Unit SizeEach
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Product TypeSpecific Gravity Analyzer
Environmental RatingIP65 (NEMA 4X)
Flow Range0.14 to 0.7 cu. ft/min.
Accuracy±0.2% reading above 0.5 SG at reference conditions
Certifications/ComplianceCE Marked; ISO 9001:2000
ConnectionsInstruments, IS screw terminals in FD900 terminal box (F & H versions); Heater, screw terminals in ExD enclosure
Depth (English)10.06 in.
Depth (Metric)255 cm
DescriptionSarasota SG901 (formerly SG900) Specific gravity analyzer
Height (English)33.87 in.
Height (Metric)860 cm
Housing MaterialStainless Steel, Copper-free Aluminum with Epoxy Finish
Installation0.25 in. Tubing Compression Fitting
Operating Temperature Range-20°C to +55°C (-4°F to +131°F)
OutputsF option (frequency output): Frequency related to density on 2-wire current modulated loop 6 mA to 18 mA, 4 wire PT100, 4 to 20 mA pressure
H option: (headmounted electronics): Analog 4 to 20 mA related to SG, density, or density derived variable, HART protocol
Power SupplyF Option: Frequency Output: Density Transmitter: 16 to 28 VDC 10 mA Average (Peak 18 mA); Pressure Transmitter: 9 to 30 VDC 20 mA; H Option: Headmounted Electronics 3: 3 x 13 to 28 VDC 25 mA
Range0 to 2 SG; for any other range, consult Thermo Fisher
Repeatability±0.02% Span
Sample Inlet PressureBasic system: standard 4 bar A (58 psi); for others to a maximum 20 bar (290 psi) consult Thermo Fisher Dry or wet gas system: 200 bar (2900 psi) maximum
Spool MaterialNi-Span C or FV520B
Temperature MeasurementHigh Accuracy 1/3 DIN 4 Wire PT100 (RTD)
Tubing and Fittings MaterialsStainless Steel (316L /1.4404)
Weight (English)Up to 207 lb.
Weight (Metric)Up to 94 kg
Width (English)25.99 in.
Width (Metric)660 cm
Unit SizeEach
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This product has been discontinued however we continue to provide services and support for this product.

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