Nitrogen Purging System 1000 Advantage (NEPS1000)

The Nitrogen Purging System 1000 Advantage (NEPS1000 Advantage) is designed to offer an effective and efficient use of dry nitrogen to purge optical, electronic, high voltage laser systems and equipment that requires gas drying and inhibiting of oxygen. A user-friendly purging system that operates by connecting the dry gas source to the inlet connection and the equipment port, the NEPS1000 Advantage allows users to easily configure their setting process to view display dewpoint measurements and process control values in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit with pressure in Kpa or psi. Furthermore, the highly visible liquid displays of the system provide constant information and readout during operation.

Featuring a selection of four in-built testing capabilities, the NEPS1000 Advantage allows verification of the sealing standard of the equipment to be purged. The pressure leak rate display is 0.01 psi. Pressure testing can be done in pressures from 10.3 Kpa (1.5 psi) to 34.4 Kpa (5.0 psi). The dewpoint monitor of the NEPS1000 Advantage allows users to be updated on the dryness of gas before beginning the purging operation. Dewpoint refers to the temperature at which air or gas is needed to be cooled to form condensation. It is also useful for stating the quality control requirement for purging an instrument or enclosure.

The Dewpointstat feature of the NEPS1000 Advantage enables users to determine the volume of moisture needed to be contained within the equipment and to implement an optimised gas and purging procedure for production control. The remote dewpoint sensor option allows users to monitor the progress of dewpoint dryness within the equipment being purged. Upon reaching the selected dewpoint, it will then switch off and isolate the dry gas.

As a highly versatile purging system, the Nitrogen Purging System 1000 Advantage (NEPS1000) can operate from global country voltages and frequencies ranging from 100 to 230 VAC at 50-60 Hz. The NEPS1000 Advantage can be used in a range of applications involving optical instruments, storage containers, underwater equipment, surveillance equipment, laser systems, and SF6 switchgear.

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Specifications

  • Useable Gases: Air, nitrogen, SF6, helium argon
  • Selectable Pressure Ranges: 10.3kpa/17.2kpa/34.4kpa
  • Display Range Pressure: 0 to 34.4kpa
  • Display Range Dewpoint: 20ºC to -80ºC (68ºF to -94ºF) dewpoint/0.1 Degrees
  • Resolution: 0.1 degrees dewpoint
  • Accuracy: ± 2 degrees dewpoint
  • Data Output Pressure: 0-5 volts
  • Data Output Dewpoint: 0-5 volts
  • Power: 100-230 volt 50Hz – 60Hz
  • Power Consumption: 3 Amps
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 490 x 425 x 190 (closed)
  • Weight: 12kg
  • Ingres Protection: 1P54 (Closed case)
  • Operating Temperature: -10ºC to 50ºC
  • Storage Temperature: -50ºC to 65ºC
  • Proof Pressure Input: 137kpa (20 PSI)
  • Flow Rate: 20 litres/min
  • Optional Extras: See NEPS accessories

Key Features

  • Easy to use single connection purging
  • Dewpoint and pressure readout
  • Remote Dewpoint Sensing Option
  • Portable and robust
  • User-programmable
  • Automatic purging operation
  • Dewpoint Stat Gas Control
  • Dewpoint display from 20ºC to -80ºC
  • Maintainable online
  • NATO Approved

NEPS1000 Advantage Brochure

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