GE Panametrics XDP Display
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  • Explosion-proof for Class I, Division 1, Group B, C & D hazardous areas
  • Flameproof II 2 GD EEx d IIC T6 T85°C
  • Infrared (IR) through-the-glass keypad
  • Universal AC input
  • 24 VDC power supply for XMO2, XMTC or O2X1
  • Software for measurement of percent or ppm oxygen or hydrogen
  • Three-curve software for hydrogen-cooled generator
  • Programmable process relay contacts

This product is an accessory for the following products:

GE Panametrics XMO2 Oxygen Transmitter
Thermoparamagnetic oxygen transmitter is the most stable oxygen analyzer available on the market today
GE Panametrics XMTC Thermal Conductivity Binary Gas Transmitter
Measures concentrations of binary gas mixtures containing hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane or helium

The GE Panametrics XDP display package provides a microprocessor-based, explosion-proof control platform for the XMO2 thermoparamagnetic oxygen transmitter, the XMTC thermal conductivity transmitter or any other 4-20mA output transmitter.

The rugged XDP display/controller is microprocessor-based and certified to Class 1, Division1, Groups B,C,D and ATEX EEx d IIC T6. Most importantly, the unit features an infrared, thru-glass touch keypad, which allows complete access to all of the XDP user programmable features including output type, range selection, automatic calibration, and error handling. The IR keypad feature allows field engineers to interact with the analyzer through the front display without the need of opening the enclosure and thus avoiding the need for traditional hot work permits.

The GE Panametrics XDP provides long-term, hands-off operation with auto-verification/auto-calibration feature. When initiated, the XDP controls solenoid valves in the sample system to bring zero and span gases to the transmitter. Then the XDP software compares calibration gas readings with factory data to verify proper calibration. If an adjustment is necessary, the XDP makes corrections automatically and notififes the user via the front panel display and alarm contacts.