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573 Industrial Chilled Mirror Hygrometer

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573 Content

OverviewVersionsKey features ApplicationsCompetitorsTarget marketsSales Promotion

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573 Overview

Precise chilled mirror dew point hygrometerIntegrated measuring headHead and inlet sample path heatingIntegrated head pressure measurementInternal sample pumpORISForce Frost functionOptional user programmable analogue outputsRS-232 serial interfaceIntuitive color touch screen user interfaceUser verifiable calibrationSCS 17025 calibration option

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573 Versions

573S SH3 measuring head-60…+20 °C frost/dew pointNo head/sample path heating573H SH3H heated measuring head-60…+70 °C frost/dew point Heating to 80 °C573HX HX measuring head-50…+95 °C frost/dew point Heating to 115 °C

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573S

Non heated 573Equivalent to 973SProvides rack mounting option

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573H

Heated measuring head (80 °C maximum)Heated internal inlet and outlet sample tubesConnection and control for inlet heated sample hoseSteam trap option on outlet

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573HX

Heated measuring head (115 °C maximum)Heated internal inlet and outlet sample tubesConnection and control for inlet heated sample hoseSteam trap option on outlet

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573 Key Features and USP

Features and Benefits of the MBW 573

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573 Backwards Compatibility

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DP3, DP5, DP8, DP30 ‘drop in’ replacementClassic instruments, many remain in use 10…30 years after supply

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573 Key FeatureIntegral measuring head

Measuring head is outside the humidity generatorNo interruption of humidity generator operationDuring mirror cleaning

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573 Key FeatureHeated Measuring Head

Measuring head heated to stop condensationAlso internal sample tubesEnables dew points up to +95 °C

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573 Key FeatureHeated External Sample Hose

573 includes power and control for inlet heated sample hoseTemperature up to 115 °C

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573 Key Feature Steam trap

Condensation ‘trap’ after measuring headPrevents liquid water reaching the flow meter and sample pump

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573 Key Feature19” Rack mounting

For integration in to panels and racksPreferred in industrial installations

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573 Key FeatureInternal Sample Pump

Used for ‘pulling’ sample gasPump power can be controlled from the 573 front panelFlow rate can be adjusted using the rotameter built in to the 573Recommended flow 0.5 lpm (1 lpm for low humidity).

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573 Key FeatureOptimal Response Injection System

ORISUnique to MBWMeasurements at low humidity stabilise faster573S only

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573 Key FeatureAdditional Water Cooling

Connection of fluid to measuring headPre cools the mirrorEnables 573 to reach lower frost pointsHelp mirror cooling when ambient temperatures are high

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573 Key FeatureMechanical Flow Meter

Compliments internal electronic flow sensorManual flow control within instrument

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573 Key FeatureConfigurable Sample Path

Allows the user to isolate internal componentsMechanical flow meterSample pumpSteam trap between measuring head output and flow meter input

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573 Dew Point Hygrometer

Maintenance, Calibration, Spares

And Known Issues….

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573 Maintenance

Very little maintenance requirement:CalibrationOne or two year intervalsInterim checks (Ice Test)Mirror cleaningBefore starting measurementAs required after mirror checksMake sure sample loops are in good condition and correctly connected

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573 Calibration

Standard factory calibrationDew points -20, 1, 20, 40 and 60 °C, Temperature 5, 25 and 50 °CSCS 17025 calibration upgrade± 0.05 °C dew point, ± 0.01 %rh, ± 0.2…0.9 %rh uncertaintyRecalibration at any 17025 accredited laboratoryAdjustment should never be requiredStability/drift documented not adjustedException, temperature if PRT is damagedNew probe CvD coefficients can be applied under supervision

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573 User Interim Calibration Checks

Ice Test FunctionConfirms dew point temperature measurement stabilityWorks on the fundamental ice melting temperature

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573 Mirror Cleaning

Mirror cleaning is really important for good resultsMBW mirror design always allows for easy mirror access and cleaningUse sterile cotton budsUse alcohol (IPA/Ethanol) if hydrocarbon deposits are possibleAlways finish with distilled water

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573 Suggested Spares

Optical modulesHeated hoseSample pump

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573 Known Issues and Solutions

573 has the lowest level of support casesMost recent development team effortsMost recent electronic platformTemperature sensor connection on internal heated componentsModified connectionsCondensation in internal heated tubesModified temperature measurement positionHead mount difficult to remove during serviceRevised mechanical design

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International Support

Service centers:MBW SwitzerlandRH Systems USASupertron SingaporeShanghai RayGe ChinaRotronic UKGrowing network of business partners

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573 Dew Point Hygrometer

Marketing and Promotion

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573 Applications

Examples of where the 573 is used

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573 Application

Accredited calibration and test laboratoriesWide dew point rangeEspecially useful for high humidity conditions573H and HXAlso suitable for low humidity (-50 °C FP)Dual functionality for labs with limited budgets 2nd mirror PRT option

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573 Application

Humidity Sensor Production and Test SystemsOften in Combination with G1 humidity generator19” rack mountingInterface with manufacturing systemsSerial communicationAutomated controlAutomated calibrationCustomised solutionsManufacturer specificNDA in all casesWe have the know how and experience

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573 Application – Production Calibration

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T12

Thermometer

Serial Interface to Gecko/

LabVIEWPRT

573 Reference InstrumentControls inlet tube temperatureSerial Interface to Gecko/LabVIEWPRT

G1 Humidity GeneratorSerial Interface to Gecko/LabVIEWPRT

Sensor Sub Chamber

Test System

Temperature controller for heated tube

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573 Application

Fuel Cell ResearchMeasurement of humidity in anode and cathode gas streamsHigh temperature and high dew pointHeated sample path provides reliable sampling373 is better though…Closed loop sampling

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573 Application

RH Generator Transfer Standard

Enables lower calibration uncertaintyContinuous generator verification (e.g. in laboratory conditions)Verification of RH control probe calibrationCompatible with all types of RH generatorExternal measuring head advantageMirror cleaningThermal gradients

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573 Application

Climatic chamber validationIEC 60068 Standard method*Dew point measurementCalculated RH values at multiple pointsData acquisition using serial interfaceT12 thermometer integration within Gecko

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* Also as DKD_R_5_7_e, Euramet cg 20, NF X 15 40

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573 Application

Heat treatment of metalsAnnealingSinteringCarburizingInert dry gasesPrecise humidity measurement and control improves qualitySampling from furnaces

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573 Applications

From your countries?

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573 Dew Point Hygrometer

Marketing and Promotion

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573 Competitors

Other products that customers consider

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573 Competitors

Edgetech DPS3-35…+95 °C DP± 0.2 claimed accuracyOptional pressure and data processingHeated enclosureRelatively new….

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573 Competitors

GE OpticaSIM12H heated measuring headHSS-12 sampling system± 0.2 claimed accuracySignificant temperature coefficientMeasuring head design from 1980sPoor supportPoor reliabilityIf someone is using this… an MBW will be a revelation (if they can get budget!).

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573 Competitors

Shinyei DewStarUnsure price position0…95 °C DP range± 0.2 claimed accuracyNeeds optional sample gas flow moduleLimited support outside Japan

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source: http://www.shinyei.co.jp/stc/eng/humidity/main_DewStar-R1.html

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573 Competitors

Michell Optidew, Optidew VisionTypically 70…80% cheaper± 0.2 claimed accuracyWide range of variations including 130 °C head temperatureNot heated, so measuring head has to fit in to the test conditionNot an elegant solutionDifferent class of instrument, but still used

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source: http://www.michell.com/us/products/optidew_vision.htm

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573 Competitors

Michell S8000 RemoteTypically 50…60% cheaper± 0.1 claimed accuracyWide range of variations including 130 °C head temperatureNot heated, so measuring head has to fit in to the test conditionNot an elegant solution

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Mirror Performance Comparison

INTA Spain 20124 ManufacturersMBW, Michell, GE, Edgetech17 Instruments1997 to 2010 calibration historyAccuracyStabilityTemperature CoefficientsFor your evaluationUseful support for MBW products!

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573 Competitors - Position

The 573 is the ‘high end solution’ that users turn to when alternatives are not reliableDrivers to upgrade to 573 from lower quality chilled mirrorsBetter temperature coefficients Better performance at high dew point conditionsBetter stability in useHigher ReliabilityBetter long term stabilitySupporting the 573Advanced featuresMBW good reputationExisting user experience with MBWQuality, stability and longevityLower cost of ownership in real use

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573 Promotion

Where to Promote the 573

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573 Target Markets

RH instrument manufacturers and usersTransfer standard for lower uncertainty RH calibrationClimatic test chamber manufacturers and usersR&D, calibration and maintenance departmentsMetal industryHeat treatment processes

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573 Promotion

Opportunity Development:Known DP3, DP30, DP8, DP5 usersClimatic Chamber manufacturers and distributorse.g. Weiss, Vötsch, Climats, Espec, PGC, AralabAccredited calibration laboratories

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Thank You for Your Attention!

Any Questions?

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