Pro O2   Pro O2 Remote
Operation Manual
Pro O2
Pro O2 Remote
Oxygen Analyzers
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Pro O2TM Oxygen Analyzer
If you have any questions on this equipment please contact Technical Support at:
Nuvair
2949 West 5th St.
Oxnard, CA 93030
Phone:
FAX:
Email:
1-805-815-4044
1-805-815-4196
[email protected]
Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM PST USA
WARNING
This Operation Manual contains important safety information and should always be
available to those personnel operating this equipment. Read, understand, and retain all
instructions before operating this equipment to prevent injury or equipment damage.
Every effort was made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this manual; however,
we retain the right to modify its contents without notice. If you have problems or questions after reading
the manual, stop and call for information.
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Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................
2.0 System Description ………………………………………………………………
2.1 Controls ……………………………………………………………………
2.2 Display …………………………………………………………………….
2.3 Oxygen Sensor …………………………………………………………..
2.4 Battery …………………………………………………………………….
2.5 Flow Adapter Cap (Pro O2 TM) ………………………………………….
2.6 Flow Diverter (Pro O2 Remote TM) ………………………………………
3.0 Calibration …………………………………………………………………………
3.1 Calibration Methods ………………………………………………………
3.2 Calibration in Air …………………………………………………………..
4.0 Operation .......................................................................................................
4.1 Pro O2 TM ……………………………………………………………………
4.2 Pro O2 Remote TM …………………………………………………………
5.0 Maintenance ..................................................................................................
5.1 Analyzer Care ………………………………………………………………
5.2 Battery Replacement ………………………………………………………
5.3 Oxygen Sensor Replacement ……………………………………………
6.0 Spares and Accessories ………………………………………………………….
6.1 Oxygen Sensor …………………………………………………………….
6.2 Flow Restrictors and Regulators …………………………………………
6.3 Tee Adapter ………………………………………………………………..
7.0 Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................
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Appendix …………………………………………………………………………………
Calibration Correction Values for Temperature and Humidity …………….
Analyzer Specifications ………………………………………………………..
Warranty …………………….…………………………………………………..
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1.0 Introduction
This manual will assist you in the proper set-up, operation and maintenance of the Pro O2 TM and
Pro O2 Remote TM Oxygen Analyzers. Be sure to read the entire manual.
Throughout this manual we will use certain words to call your attention to conditions, practices
or techniques that may directly affect your safety. Pay particular attention to information
introduced by the following signal words:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which if not avoided, will result in serious
personal injury or death.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could result in serious
personal injury or death.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
NOTICE
Notifies people of installation, operation or maintenance information which is important
but not hazard-related.
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2.0 System Description
The Pro O2 TM and Pro O2 Remote TM Oxygen Analyzers (“the Analyzer”) measure oxygen (O2)
levels in gases in the range of 0.1 - 100.0% O2. The choice of Analyzer depends on the
application:
•
•
Pro O2 TM – where pressurized gas must be analyzed and the pressure and flow of the
sample flow can be regulated
Pro O2 Remote TM - where non-pressurized gas must be analyzed or for pressurized
gas applications where the Analyzer must be located remote to the sensor
Pro O2 TM
Pro O2 Remote TM
Flow Diverter
Internal
Sensor
External Sensor
Flow
Adapter Cap
Detachable
6 ft. Electrical
Cord
Flexible
Tubing
The Analyzer is a water and impact resistant unit compatible with outdoor and marine
environments. Pressurized gases must be regulated to one atmosphere absolute (0 P.S.I.) prior
to analyzing.
When used in breathing gas applications, redundant Analyzers must be used for verification. In
diving, for example, one Analyzer must be used to monitor oxygen during breathing gas
production and a second independent Analyzer must be used to verify the oxygen content of the
breathing gas prior to diver use.
WARNING
When using the Analyzer for diving applications with mixed gases other than air, you
must first obtain proper instruction from a certified diving instructor with a nationally
recognized training agency qualified in mixed gas diving. Improper use of this analyzer
may result in incorrect gas analysis which can lead to serious personal injury or death.
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WARNING
Although the Analyzer is a rugged instrument, careless handling or abuse may result in
damage to the Analyzer resulting in inaccurate gas analysis. Inaccurate gas analysis can
lead to serious personal injury or death.
WARNING
Breathing gas must always be analyzed by two separate Analyzers, with one used for
production and one used for analysis after production. Never depend on a single
Analyzer during both gas production and delivery. If the Analyzer readings do not agree,
both units must be recalibrated. Inaccurate gas analysis can lead to serious personal
injury or death.
2.1. Controls
Liquid Crystal
Display
Calibrate Knob –
Rotating Type
Power Switch Push Button
Type
2.2. Display
2.3. Oxygen Sensor
Oxygen
Percentage
0.1 – 100.0%
Location of
Low Battery
Icon
The Analyzer uses an electrochemical O2 Sensor to measure O2 content in gases. The Sensor
is disposable and user-replaceable, with a life expectancy of up to 36 months depending on
usage. The Sensor is designed for use at one atmosphere absolute (0 P.S.I.) pressure. The
gas mixture to be analyzed must be regulated accordingly, and any potential for pressure or
vacuum must be avoided.
To extend sensor life, the Analyzer is supplied with the Sensor in a sealed condition. When first
received, please verify that sealing device is intact. If the sealing device is torn or missing,
contact your supplier for assistance. The sealing device must be removed prior to initial use
and is not necessary to reuse.
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Pro O2
TM
Remove Sealing
Device Before Use
Sensing Port
for Internal
Sensor
Pro O2 Remote TM
Plug Hole For
Detachable
Electrical Cord
Sensor Sealed
in Bag To
Prevent Oxygen
Transfer
External
Sensor
Flow Diverter
2.4. Battery
Power is provided by a standard alkaline 9-volt battery. It is located inside the Analyzer and is
user-replaceable.
2.5. Flow Adapter Cap (Pro O2 TM)
The Flow Adapter Cap with flexible tubing and flow orifice attaches to the Pro O2 TM Sensor port
and is sealed by an o-ring. It can be used to direct the gas sample flow to the Sensor via one of
two methods:
Direct Flow Method
Flow is Directed to
Flow Orifice on Face
of Flow Adapter Cap
Sample Flow Method
Flow is Delivered from
Low Pressure Source
via Flexible Tubing
Vent Hole
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2.6. Flow Diverter (Pro O2 Remote TM)
Flow Diverter
Directs Gas to
Sensor
Sensor Screws
into Diverter
The Flow Diverter is installed to the user’s non-pressurized device to direct gas flow to the
Sensor:
•
•
Slip Fit Method – Install optional Tee Adapter (see Spares and Accessories section) inline with gas flow path. Insert Flow Diverter with o-ring into small bore of Adapter.
Press Fit Method – Remove the Flow Diverter o-ring and press fit the Diverter into a 9/16
inch diameter cylindrical bore in gas flow path.
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3.0 Calibration
WARNING
Oxygen Analyzers must be calibrated before each use. Improper calibration may result
in the use of incorrect breathing gas mixtures, which may cause serious injury or death
to the person using the gas mixture.
WARNING
Calibration or use of the Analyzer with a low battery may result in inaccurate readings.
Inaccurate gas analysis can lead to serious personal injury or death.
NOTICE
If the Analyzer has been subjected to a recent change in ambient temperature, allow it to
stabilize for one hour before calibration.
WARNING
When Analyzer calibration is performed at different atmospheric conditions than the gas
being measured, a calibration correction value may be required. Improper calibration
may result in the use of incorrect breathing gas mixtures, which may cause serious
injury or death to the person using the gas mixture.
3.1. Calibration Methods
Calibration should always be performed at the same temperature and humidity conditions as the
gas being measured. This is not always possible, for example, in a tropical environment where
dry breathing gas from a high-pressure Scuba cylinder will be measured after Analyzer
calibration has been performed in the warm, humid ambient air. Under these conditions a
calibration correction value may be required, as detailed in the Appendix, or dry air must be
used for calibration.
WARNING
Obtain proper training before attempting special calibration procedures. Improper
calibration may result in the use of incorrect breathing gas mixtures, which may cause
serious injury or death to the person using the gas mixture.
Calibration in air at sea level is suitable for many applications; however, the closer the oxygen
content of the calibration gas is to the gas being tested, the more accurate the measurement
results. The following special applications require methods and training beyond the scope of
this manual:
•
•
Analysis of gases containing greater than 50% oxygen requiring calibration with pure
oxygen or certified calibration gas
Analysis of gases at altitudes above sea level requiring correction for reduced
atmospheric pressure, contact Nuvair for more information.
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3.2. Calibration in Air
The following pictures illustrate the steps required to calibrate the Pro O2 TM Analyzer.
Pro O2 TM
Remove Flow
Adapter Cap
Turn Analyzer
On
Expose Sensor
Port to Still Air
Until Display
Stabilizes
Monitor Display
for Low Battery
Warning
Step 1
Step 2
Replace Flow
Adapter Cap
Adjust
Calibrate Knob
Until Display
Reads 20.9%
O2
Do Not Disturb
Calibrate Knob
Step 3
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The following pictures illustrate the steps required to calibrate the Pro O2 Remote TM Analyzer.
Pro O2 Remote TM
Turn Analyzer
On
Monitor Display
For Low Battery
Warning
Unscrew Sensor
From Flow
Diverter
Step 1
Expose Sensor Port
to Still Air Until
Display Stabilizes
Step 2
Verify
Electrical
Cord is Firmly
Attached at
Both Ends
Adjust
Calibrate
Knob Until
Display Reads
20.9% O2
Reinstall
Sensor to
Diverter
Step 3
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4.0 Operation
Prior to each Analyzer use:
1) Verify that Sensor sealing device is removed
2) Turn unit on and monitor Display for low battery warning
3) Calibrate Analyzer as required.
WARNING
Never expose the Oxygen Sensor to pressure or you may cause damage and/or false
readings. Damaged Sensors will not provide accurate gas analysis. Inaccurate gas
analysis can lead to serious personal injury or death.
4.1. Pro O2 TM
The Pro O2 TM can be used to analyze a regulated gas sample flow, the contents of a gas
cylinder, or the flow from a regulator. The flow rate of gas must equal 1 – 5 L/min. To produce
this flow, a Flow Restrictor and Regulator may be required. See Spares and Accessories
section.
WARNING
Gas, even under moderate pressures, can cause extreme bodily harm. Never allow any
gas stream to be directed at any part of your body.
Sample Flow Method
Verify that
Gas is Flowing
Out Holes in
Flow Adapter
Cap
Attach Flexible
Tubing to Gas
Sample Flow
of 1-5 L/min
Step 1
Step 2
Allow 15 Seconds for
Display Reading to
Stabilize
Record Reading
while Gas is Flowing
Step 3
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When analyzing Scuba Cylinder gases, it is
convenient to obtain the sample gas directly
from the Buoyancy Compensator (BC) inflator
hose attached to the Regulator first stage.
A special Flow Restrictor is attached to the
inflator hose quick-disconnect (QD) fitting.
The fitting on the other end of the Restrictor
is then inserted into the tubing supplied with
the Analyzer. A variety of Flow Restrictors
are available to fit different types of inflator
hose QD fittings. See Spares and
Accessories section.
Flow Restrictor
BC Inflator Hose
QD Fitting
Direct Flow Method – Gas Cylinder
Hold Flow
Adapter Cap
Flow Orifice up
to Gas Flow
Slowly Open
Cylinder Valve
until Slight
Hiss of Gas is
Heard
Verify that Gas
is Flowing Out
Tubing
Step 1
Allow 15
Seconds for
Display Reading
to Stabilize
Step 2
Close Cylinder
Valve & Remove
Analyzer
Verify that Gas
Continues to Flow
from Valve. If Not,
Repeat Procedure
Record Reading
While Gas is
Flowing
Step 3
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Direct Flow Method – Scuba Regulator
Attach Scuba
Regulator to
Cylinder Valve
Lightly Press
Regulator Purge
Button to Get Very
Low Flow of Gas
Open Cylinder
Valve
Hold Flow Adapter
Cap Flow Orifice
Up to Gas Flow
Step 1
Step 2
Allow 15
Seconds for
Display Reading
to Stabilize
Record Reading
while Gas is
Flowing
Step 3
4.2. Pro O2 Remote
TM
The Pro O2 Remote TM is used where non-pressurized gas must be analyzed or for pressurized
gas applications where the Analyzer must be located remote to the sensor:
Begin Flow of
Gas Stream
Past Sensor
Allow 15
Seconds for
Display Reading
to Stabilize
Record Reading
while Gas is
Flowing
Gas Flow
Pictured is the rear of a Nuvair Nitrox Generator
with sensor placed in mixing tube.
Step 1
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5.0 Maintenance
5.1. Analyzer Care
•
•
•
•
Do not clean Analyzer with anything other than a damp soft cloth.
Do not immerse Analyzer in liquid, leave unprotected outside, or store in a wet
environment.
Protect Analyzer from excessive shock and impact.
Protect Analyzer from excessive exposure to sunlight and extreme temperatures.
5.2. Battery Replacement
NOTICE
Be sure to dispose of spent, leaking, or damaged Batteries properly, according to local
regulations.
The following pictures illustrate the steps required to replace the battery in the Analyzer.
Remove
Screws
Remove &
Replace
Old Battery
Remove
Front
Cover
Step 1
Step 2
Replace
Front Cover
- Do Not
Pinch Wires
Turn Analyzer
On
Reinstall
Screws
Perform Air
Calibration
Step 3
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NOTICE
Be sure to dispose of spent, leaking, or damaged Batteries properly, according to local
regulations.
Panel Mount Analyzers require the user to open the compressor and access the rear of the
analyzer for battery replacements. Once you have access to the rear of the analyzer the
following instructions will help in the replacement of the battery.
The Analyzer case is made of two components the face plate mounted on the outside of the
compressor and the box inside the compressor which stores the battery, wires and the remote
sensor inputs.
Care should be taken when removing the box so that you do not pull apart the wiring between
the front LCD face and the box.
Remove
Screws
Replace
Front Cover
- Do Not
Pinch Wires
Remove &
Replace
Old Battery
Remove
Analyzer
Box Inside
Compress
or
Step 1
Step2
Step 3
Replace
Sensor
Plug
Step 4
Replace
Thermistor
Plug
(Marked with a
“T” on the plug”
Once the Analyzer is put back together you need to
turn on the Analyzer and Calibrate the Analyzer before
operating the compressor.
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5.3. Oxygen Sensor Replacement
CAUTION
Be sure to dispose of spent, leaking, or damaged Oxygen Sensors properly, according to
local regulations.
DANGER
Do not swallow (ingest) either the electrolyte from the Oxygen Sensor or the Sensor
itself. The Potassium Hydroxide chemical contained in the Sensor can cause severe
injury or death. If electrolyte or the Sensor is swallowed, seek medical attention
immediately.
WARNING
If after handling the Oxygen Analyzer or Sensor, you find that your fingers or other parts
of your body feel “slippery” or the skin or eyes sting, immediately flush affected area
with clean, fresh water for at least 15 minutes. The stinging or slippery sensation is an
indication of a leaking Sensor. The Potassium Hydroxide chemical contained in the
Sensor can cause severe injury or death. Seek immediate medical attention if eye
contact is made or skin stinging persists.
Handling Sensors
Replacement Sensors are supplied in sealed bags. Normally Sensors do not present a health
hazard. Before opening the bag, check that the electrolyte has not leaked. However, if
electrolyte leakage has occurred, do not open bag. Dispose of Sensor properly or return for
replacement.
If electrolyte leakage occurs while the Sensor is in service, use rubber gloves and chemical
splash goggles for handling. Rinse contaminated surfaces thoroughly with water.
Electrolyte First Aid Procedures
•
•
•
Ingestion - Drink a large volume of fresh water. Do not induce vomiting. Get immediate
medical attention.
Eye Contact - Flush eyes with clean, fresh water for at least 15 minutes and get medical
help immediately.
Skin Contact - Flush the affected area with clean, fresh water for at least 15 minutes and
removed contaminated clothing. If stinging persists get medical attention.
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The following pictures illustrate the steps required to replace the Sensor in the Pro O2 TM.
Pro O2 TM
Remove
Screws
Remove Flow
Adapter Cap
Remove
Front
Cover
Step 1
Step 2
Remove Old
Sensor from
Cover by
Unscrewing
CCW
Disconnect
Electrical
Connector
Replace
with New
Sensor
`
Step 3
Step 4
Reconnect
Electrical
Connector
Note: Reversing
Polarity Will Cause
Display to Read
Negative
Step 5
Replace
Front Cover
- Do Not
Pinch Wires
Turn Analyzer
On
Perform Air
Calibration
Reinstall
Screws
Step 6
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The following pictures illustrate the steps required to replace the Sensor in the Pro O2 Remote
when Installed on a Nuvair Nitrox Generator or Nitrogen Generator.
Pro O2 Remote TM
Disconnect
Electrical
Cord from
Sensor
Remove and
Replace Old
Sensor
Step 1
Step 2
Turn
Analyzer On
Reconnect
Electrical
Cord to
Sensor
Perform Air
Calibration
Step 3
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6.0 Spares and Accessories
6.1. Oxygen Sensors
Order the replacement Sensor closest in appearance to your existing Sensor.
Pro O2 TM
Part No. 9510
Pro O2 Remote TM
Part No. 9505
6.2. Flow Restrictors and Regulators (Pro O2 TM)
A variety of Flow Restrictors and Pressure Regulators
for the Sample Flow Method are available from Nuvair,
all calibrated to produce a flow rate of 1 – 5 L/min with
a Regulator output of 100 – 160 P.S.I.
Universal Flow Restrictors are used for most
applications and are typically provided complete with
Regulator.
When analyzing Scuba Cylinder gases, special Flow
Restrictors can be used to obtain the sample gas
directly from the BC inflator hose. A variety of BC
Flow Restrictors are available to fit the different types
of inflator hose QD fittings used.
Part No. 9506
Pressure
Reducing
Regulator
Universal
Flow
Restrictor
Part No. 9519
¼” FNPT Flow Restrictor
Part - 9517
ScubaProTM Flow Restrictor
Part – 9518-SCUBAPRO
HP Regulated Flow Restrictor
Part No. 9520-Int
MaresTM Flow Restrictor
Part – 9518-MARES
HP Regulated Flow Restrictor
Part No. 9520-DIN
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Part - 9518-STD
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6.3. Tee Adapter (Pro O2 Remote TM)
When using the Pro O2 Remote TM to analyze in-line
gas flow, the Tee Adapter is used to install the Sensor
and Flow Diverter in the gas path.
Tee Adaptor
Part No. 6024
7.0 Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Battery symbol
REASON
SOLUTION
Change the battery
Low Battery
No display
Switched off
Bad connection
Zero reading
Sensor disconnected
Sensor expired
Pressure on sensor
Radio transmission
Sensor old or faulty
Condensation on sensor.
Faulty connections
Sensor failure
Display faulty
Switch on
Check display connection
Check battery connection
Check connection
Change sensor
Check flow
Move unit away
Change sensor
Dry in air
Check connections
Change sensor
Return to dealer
Sensor faulty
Sensor not in air
High altitude
Rapid temperature change
Change sensor
Check flow adapter
Use altitude calibration procedure *
Stabilize temperature & recalibrate
Reading erratic
Reading does not change when
calibration knob is turned
Display segments missing
Will not calibrate
Reading drifts
*Contact Nuvair for more information.
Analyzer Specifications
Range:
Display Accuracy:
Sensor Type:
Expected Sensor Life, Room Air:
Power:
Response Time:
Value
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Pressure:
Humidity:
Warranty:
0.1-100.0% Oxygen (0-1 ATA PPO2)
+/- 0.1%
Electrochemical
36 Months
9V Alkaline Battery
Less Than 6 Seconds to 90% of Final
32-104°F (0-40°C)
32-122°F (0-50°C)
Sensitive to Partial Pressure
0-99% RH (Non-Condensing)
36 Months Pro-Rated
Note: All specifications are at ambient / sea level, 25°C
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Appendix
Calibration Correction Values for Temperature and Humidity
Oxygen Analyzer calibration should always be performed at the same temperature and humidity
conditions as the gas being measured. Where this is not possible, a calibration correction value
may be required. A common example is a tropical environment where dry breathing gas from a
high-pressure Scuba cylinder will be measured after Analyzer calibration has been performed in
the warm, humid ambient air.
To determine if a calibration correction value is required, you must first know the temperature
and relative humidity of the air in which calibration will be performed. Using the chart below, find
the atmospheric oxygen percent value corresponding to these values. If the oxygen percent
value falls in the shaded portion of the chart, calibrate the Analyzer to the corrected chart value.
OXYGEN COMPENSATION CHART FOR MOISTURE IN THE ATMOSPHERE
ATMOSPHERE OXYGEN PERCENT IN RELATION TO TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY
o
TEMPERATURE ( F) -->
32
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
o
TEMPERATURE ( C) -->
0
4
RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%)
10
16
21
27
32
38
120
43
49
ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN PERCENT (% O2)
10
20.9
20.9
20.9
20.9
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.7
20
20.9
20.9
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
30
20.9
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
20.2
40
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
20.2
19.9
50
20.8
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
20.2
20.0
19.7
60
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.3
20.1
19.8
19.5
70
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
20.2
19.9
19.6
19.2
80
20.8
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.3
20.1
19.8
19.5
19.0
90
20.8
20.7
20.7
20.6
20.4
20.3
20.0
19.7
19.3
18.7
100
20.8
20.7
20.6
20.5
20.4
20.2
19.9
19.5
19.1
18.5
H20 at 100% RH
0.6
0.8
1.2
1.8
2.5
3.4
4.7
6.5
8.6
11.5
If the Temperature and Relative Humidity axis meet in the shaded part of the chart, calibrate to the chart O2 level or with dry air
to maintain 0.5%O2 accuracy in NITROX.
To use the correction value, follow the standard Calibration in Air procedure with the following
exceptions:
•
•
•
•
Make sure Oxygen Sensor port is exposed to the ambient temperature and humidity
corresponding to the correction value.
Adjust the Calibrate Knob to achieve a Display reading equal to the correction value.
Once you have calibrated the Analyzer for temperature and humidity using the, your
readings for gas analysis should be correct with no further adjustment.
Re-calibrate Analyzer for any changes in temperature or humidity of the ambient
environment or the gas being analyzed.
Note that the calibration correction value is never used when the temperature and humidity
conditions of the gas being measured are the same as the conditions during calibration.
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NUVAIR Pro O2 TM and Pro O2 Remote TM Warranty
NUVAIR extends a limited warranty, which warrants the Pro O2 TM and Pro O2 Remote TM (Pro O2) to be
free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a limited period. The
Pro O2 is warranted according to the pro-rated terms as set forth below. This warranty is not transferable.
NUVAIR will, at it’s discretion and according to the terms as set forth within, replace or repair any
materials which fail under normal use and service and do not exhibit any signs of improper maintenance,
misuse, accident, alteration, weather damage, tampering, or use for any other than the intended purpose.
Determination of failure is the responsibility of NUVAIR, which will work together with the customer to
adequately address warranty issues. When any materials are repaired or replaced during the warranty
period, they are warranted only for the remainder of the original warranty period. This warranty shall be
void and NUVAIR shall have no responsibility to repair or replace damaged materials resulting directly or
indirectly from the use of repair or replacement parts not approved by NUVAIR.
Pro-Rated Terms:
NUVAIR warrants the Pro O2 to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of thirtysix (36) months from date of purchase. The warranty covers parts and labor and is prorated as follows:
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0 – 12 Months
13 – 18 Months
19 – 24 Months
25 – 36 Months
Repair or replacement free of charge
Warranty allowance of 75% of purchase price
Warranty allowance of 50% of purchase price
Warranty allowance of 25% of purchase price
A warranty registration card, supplied with system documentation, must be filled out and submitted to
NUVAIR for the warranty to be registered. If the warranty registration card is not received within ten (10)
days of purchase, the warranty will begin with the date of manufacture by NUVAIR.
Maintenance Items:
Any materials which are consumed, or otherwise rendered not warrantable due to processes applied to
them, are considered expendable and are not covered under the terms of this policy. This includes the
9-volt battery used in the Pro O2.
Return Policy:
Application for warranty service can be made by contacting NUVAIR during regular business hours and
requesting a Return Material Authorization number. Materials that are found to be defective must be
shipped, freight pre-paid, to the NUVAIR office in Oxnard, California. Upon inspection and determination
of failure, NUVAIR shall exercise its options under the terms of this policy. Warranty serviced materials
will be returned to the customer via NUVAIR’s preferred shipping method, at NUVAIR’s expense. Any
expedited return shipping arrangements to be made at customer’s expense must be specified in
advance.
Limitation of Warranty and Liability:
Repair, replacement or refund in the manner and within the time provided shall constitute NUVAIR’S sole
liability and the Purchaser’s exclusive remedy resulting from any nonconformity or defect. NUVAIR shall
not in any event be liable for any damages, whether based on contract, warranty, negligence, strict
liability or otherwise, including without limitation any consequential, incidental or special damages, arising
with respect to the equipment or its failure to operate, even if NUVAIR has been advised of the possibility
thereof. NUVAIR makes no other warranty or representation of any kind, except that of title, and all other
warranties, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose,
are hereby expressly disclaimed. No salesman or other representative of NUVAIR has authority to make
any warranties.
NUVAIR
Pro O2 Oxygen Analyzer Operation Manual
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2949 West 5th Street
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USA
Email : [email protected]
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