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Series 1000


The Oxygen Deficiency Monitor Series 1000 has been replaced in our product offering with our Newest Oxygen Deficiency Monitor – the Series 1300 Oxygen Deficiency Monitor. The Series 1300 Oxygen Deficiency Monitor offers all of the benefits of the Series 1000 Oxygen Deficiency Monitor with greater flexibility with user configurable options and at a lower cost.

Please contact us if you are a pre-existing customer who needs a Series 1000 to fulfill contractual obligations.

Our NEW ALPHA OMEGA INSTRUMENTS™ Series 1300™ oxygen deficiency monitor is a digitally controlled instrument with a measuring range of 0-30%. Oxygen values are displayed to the nearest tenth of a percent on a high contrast front panel liquid crystal display (LCD).   The monitor is housed in a resilient polycarbonate, wall-mountable general-purpose enclosure. Standard input power to the Series 1300 is 90-264 VAC, 47-63 Hz. and 18-36 VDC powered systems are available.

The eloquence of the Series 1300 is its simple operation, as well as its ease of expandability. Included are four individually adjustable Form C alarm relays, each rated at 10 amps (250 VAC). The Series 1300 can be programmed to provide a maximum of nine individual alarm events. Two scalable analog outputs (4-20 mADC and 0-20 mADC) are standard, as is RS-232 serial communications. Each Series 1300 includes an internally mounted audible alarm rated at 85 decibels (nominal) as well as visual alarm indicators. 


  • Full Three-Year Sensor Warranty: Unprecedented sensor warranty for trouble-free and cost-effective operation.
  • Multiple Sensor Operation:  Per point pricing around $1.5K (with 3 sensors)
  • Four Alarm Relays Standard:  Users can select a multiple of alarming functions
  • Insensitive to Air Currents:  Won’t produce erroneous oxygen readings from air movement as does high temperature zirconium oxide sensors
  • Protects from Frequent False Alarms:  Helps to alleviate false low oxygen alarms typical of fuel cell oxygen sensors
  • No sensor failures from high temperature fatigue:  When heated zirconium oxide sensors fail, often both the sensor and electronics board needs replacement-a costly proposition
  • Built-in Data Logger Standard:  Provides easy method of downloading and displaying oxygen values
  • Open sensor diffuser:  Does not require a pump for aspiration of the air
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    The Cost-Effective Series 1300
    Now Replaces the Series 1000

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