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PRO OX®-100 Kit

PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL
OXYGEN MONITOR

US & FOREIGN PATENTS ISSUED & PENDING

STATE-OF-THE-ART
TECHNOLOGY FOR
PRECISE OXYGEN
MONITORING

MADE IN THE USA
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The PRO OX-100 programmable handheld digital oxygen monitor is designed to give operators the most precise oxygen level readings possible.

Internationally renowned for its highly advanced features and low-cost, this self-calibrating oxygen weld monitor with an internal pump accurately measures down to 0.01% (100 ppm) resolution, making it ideal for purging and other welding applications.

Great pride goes into manufacturing the CE approved PRO OX-100 in the USA at the Aquasol® Corporation’s ISO Certified Factory.

The PRO OX-100 comes equipped with many advanced features such as its data logging capabilities, which allow operators to create permanent records of real time data (at 15 second intervals) and export up to 50 data points to Microsoft® Excel and plain text format.

The PRO OX-100 also offers a built-in, programmable multi-language feature with on-screen instructions that are available in English, Spanish, German, and Portuguese. Together with different voltage and frequency specifications and compatibilities, the PRO OX-100 is the most universal oxygen weld monitor available on the global market today.

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Features & Benefits

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Data Logging Capabilities

Download Driver Software by completing this form.

Archive Records with Software Reporting

  • Create permanent records of real time data (at 15 second intervals for continuous mode or as needed in spot mode) of oxygen levels for critical welding operations

Easy-to-Use Conversion Software

  • Capture and export 50 data points in just clicks to Microsoft®  Excel and plain text format

Convenient and Quick Data Offload

  • The PRO OX-100 offloads data to a PC via a convenient USB interface at a high-speed, ensuring data integrity

SPOT:

  • Use this mode if the purging process requires more than 20 minutes to extend battery life
  • Use this mode for simultaneous weld applications

CONTINUOUS :

  • Use this mode when permanent records are required (in conjunction with data logging)
  • Use this mode when PPM is near required level

Self-Calibrating and Certified

  • Calibrates using ambient air. No special calibration gas required.
  • The PRO OX-100 Oxygen Monitor is factory calibrated and certified, accompanied by a dated certificate of authentication
  • Meets requirements specified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology

Audiovisual Alarm

  • Eliminates guesswork as audiovisual alarm can be set to desired O2 PPM value
  • Unit will produce an intermittent beep sound simultaneously as a green light flashes
  • Operator is alerted even in noisy or poorly lit environments and can continue evacuating oxygen, reset the alarm or commence welding




Rechargeable 9V Battery & Charger Designed For Universal Voltage

  • Compatible with different voltage and frequency specifications from around the world
  • Can operate on 100VAC/60Hz, 120VAC/60Hz and 220VAC/50Hz configurations
  • Rechargeable battery is the environmentally friendly solution
  • Can be used over and over, saving on purchases
  • Any non-rechargeable 9V battery can be substituted
  • Charger also serves as a standalone power supply when operation will exceed one hour in length






CE Designation

  • The PRO OX-100 is in compliance with EC Directives

Languages

Programmable in four popular languages to satisfy international customer needs

  • English
  • German
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

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How PRO OX-100 Works

Installing the Neoprene Extension Tubing:

  1. Attach neoprene extension tubing with female fitting to the Quick Connect “male” fitting on the top right side of the unit
  2. Pull gently to ensure the connection is securely in place
  3. Insert the stainless steel probe to the end of the neoprene tube without a fitting
  4. Before taking an oxygen measurement, ascertain both connections are tightly secured

To Set Language:

  1. Press and hold the “MENU” button
  2. Next press the “RIGHT” → button until you see “SETUP: LANGUAGE” displayed
  3. Press the “ENTER” button to select language setup
  4. Choose the preferred language (German, Spanish, Portuguese, English)
  5. Press “ENTER” button to Save and Exit
  6. Press “MENU” button to return to main screen

To Set Date and Time:

  1. Press the “Menu” button to display the “SETUP” menu
  2. Select the “SET DT/TM” option by pressing “ENTER”
  3. Use the “RIGHT” → and “LEFT” ← arrow buttons to increase or decrease “HOUR”, “MINUTE”, “SECOND”, “MONTH”, and “YEAR” value, using the “ENTER” button to save settings

To Set Alarm ON/OFF:

  1. Press the “Menu” button  and use the “RIGHT” →Arrow button until “SETUP: SET ALARM” is displaying
  2. Press the “ENTER” button to select “ALARM SETUP”
  3. Use the “RIGHT” → and “LEFT” ← Arrow buttons to increase or decrease “ALARM” set value
  4. When Alarm is disabled (factory setting), use the “RIGHT” and “LEFT” ← arrow buttons to display PPM value
  5. Attempting to decrease the set point below 100 PPM, will disable the alarm, by pressing the “LEFT” Arrow button
  6. Press “Enter” to save settings and exit

To View Log:

  1. Press the “Menu” button and use the “RIGHT” → arrow button until “SETUP: VIEW LOG” is displaying
  2. Press the “ENTER” button to select the “LOG” viewer
  3. Use the “RIGHT” → and “LEFT” ← arrow buttons to navigate through the log. The screen will display up to a total of 50 data points
  4. Press “Enter” to save settings and exit

To Clear Log:

  1. Press the “MENU” button and use the “RIGHT” → arrow button until “SETUP: ERASE LOG” is displaying
  2. Press the “ENTER” button to begin erasing all data points in the log
  3. Once the screen displays “DONE”, all the data points have been erased from the log
  4. Press “Enter” to save settings and exit

Calibrating the PRO OX-100:

  1. When the PRO OX-100 unit is at the main screen, the operator can press the “AUTO CAL” button to begin calibration
  2. The unit will automatically begin to sample ambient air and automatically calibrate
  3. Once the calibration is complete, the unit will display “CALIBRATION DONE”, and immediately return to the main screen
  4. The unit is now ready to use

Spot Reading Mode:

  1. When the PRO OX-100 unit is at the main screen, press the “SPOT” button, and the unit will then begin running
  2. Once the spot reading is complete, the PRO OX-100 will display the oxygen percentage value
  3. Press the “LEFT” ← arrow button to return to main screen

Continuous Reading Mode:

  1. When the PRO OX-100 unit is at the main screen, press the “CONT” button
  2. During operation, the unit will constantly update the latest oxygen level
  3. To exit out of continuous mode, press the “CONT” button, after the screen displays a reading

NOTE: Audiovisual Alarm is factory set to “Alarm Disabled”


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PRO OX-100 Kit Programmable Digital Oxygen Monitor

Item No Description Dimensions Weight
English (IN) Metric (MM) English Metric
P-OX KIT PRO OX-100 Oxygen Monitor & Accessories Kit 11 x 9 x 4 279 x 227 x 102 4.00 lb 182 g
P-OX KIT Euro PRO OX-100 Oxygen Monitor & Accessories Kit with European Charger 11 x 9 x 4 279 x 227 x 102 4.00 lb 182 g
P-OX Sensor PRO OX-100 Oxygen Sensor 1 x 1 21 x 20 0.03 lb 16 g
P-OX Batt PRO OX-100 9V NiMH Battery 2 x 1 x 1 48 x 26 x 17 0.12 lb 54 g
P-OX Charger/US PRO OX-100 12V NiMH Battery Charger with US Type Plug 3 x 2 x 1 8 x 60 x 25 0.10 lb 59 g
P-OX Charger/EU PRO OX-100 12V NiMH Battery Charger with European Type Plug 3 x 2 x 1 8 x 60 x 25 0.10 lb 59 g
P-OX USB PRO OX-100 USB Cable (72" or 1.8m) 4 x 4 x 1 102 x 102 x 25 0.11 lb 50 g

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Data Logging Capabilities
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The PRO OX-100 logs data that can be transferred to a computer via USB cable. Conversion software enables easy capture and export of 50 data points to Microsoft® Excel and Plain text format. Data is recorded in 15 second intervals in CONTINUOUS mode or as needed in SPOT mode.

Data Logging Software
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In order to obtain the data logging software required for the Pro OX®-100, go to aquasolwelding.com, click on the products drop down menu and select PRO OX-100”. Then click on the provided link, Download “Software and Driver” zip file, complete the form including unit serial number and other required information. Within 24 hours you will receive an email with software attachments for 32 and 64 bit machines.

Calibration and Maintenance Intervals
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Calibration can be performed on a weekly basis. There are no other specific recommendations regarding maintenance besides general care of the unit such as cleaning, proper storage, etc.

Periodic Calibration Interval
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If a unit is used very frequently (daily) it should be calibrated once a week. If it is not used frequently, it should be calibrated once every three weeks.

Calibration Certificate Included
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Every oxygen monitor is shipped with a Calibration Certificate, Certification of Conformance, and a Test Certificate. The PRO OX-100 does not require a new certificate for every calibration. With the Auto Calibration feature on these units, calibration can be done by the user. There is no need for any unit to be calibrated by Aquasol or a third party.

Power Supply/Charger
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The Pro OX-100 is battery operated, but can also be operated through a standalone power supply. For specifications on use, refer to section 2.1.1 of the manual. With a full-charge, the battery can supply continuous power for up to two (2) hours.

Operating Oxygen Monitor Less Than 2 Hours
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When using The Pro OX-100 Oxygen Monitor for LESS than two (2) continuous hours, ensure a fully charged battery is installed into the battery housing. Then turn the power switch to the ON position.  Continue to use the monitor until operation is complete or the battery indicator displays the “low battery indicator”.

Operating Oxygen Monitor More Than 2 Hours
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When using the The Pro OX®-100 Oxygen Monitor for MORE than two (2) continuous hours be sure to turn the power switch to the OFF position. If battery is installed, remove from the housing. Then connect the standalone power supply/charger cable to the port. After this step, connect the power supply/charger plug into the nearest working outlet (110V for US type/220V for EU type). Then simply turn the power switch to the ON position. The Pro OX-100 is capable of operating indefinitely with a standalone power supply.

CAUTION: ALWAYS REMOVE THE BATTERY IF USING THE MONITOR FOR MORE THAN 2 CONTINOUS HOURS. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN OVERHEAT THE BATTERY AND SERIOUSLY DAMAGE THE PRODUCT AS WELL AS VOID THE WARRANTY.

Operating Temperature
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The PRO OX-100 can operate in temperatures as low as 0°C (32°F) and as high as 50°C (122°F).

Sensor Lifetime
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The sensor has a lifespan of approximately one year under normal operating conditions (see manual for operating temperature, proper storage guidelines, etc.).

Replacement Sensor
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Sensors are available for purchase. Each sensor has a one year warranty. It is not recommend to keep stock of extra sensors. Sensors are readily available to ship and are lightweight.

Pump Does Not Start
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If there is an issue starting the pump when pressing the SPOT or CONT button, the pump may be damaged. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Screen Does Not Turn On
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If there is no display when the toggle switch is in the ON position, either the battery is drained or the LCD is damaged.

If the battery is drained, simply recharge the battery or use the standalone power supply. Refer to section 1.2.2B of the PRO OX-100 manual for instructions.

If the screen does not light up, replace the battery.

If the LCD is damaged, the unit must be sent to Aquasol Corporation for repair. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Strange Symbols on Screen
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If strange symbols appear on the screen when the toggle switch is in the ON position, the display is damaged.

The unit must be repaired. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Damaged Keypad
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The keypad is damaged if the keys do not correspond with what is on the display. The unit must be sent to Aquasol Corporation for repair. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Test Alarm
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To test the PRO OX-100 audiovisual alarm, follow the guidelines below:

  1. Go to alarm setting and set the alarm to 100 ppm. Save and Exit.
  2. Pull the sensor out from the sensor housing.
  3. Press ‘CONT’ and wait until the screen shows “BELOW 100 PPM”. The alarm should go off (both light and sound).
Unable to Set Alarm
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If user is unable to set the alarm, the program could be corrupted. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Alarm Does Not Sound/Flash
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If the alarm does not sound or flash, the alarm is either disabled or damaged. In order to fix this, refer to the manual Section 2.1.3. and follow the instructions. If the issue still persists, the unit must be sent to Aquasol Corporation for repair. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

Alarm Light Does Not Blink
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If the alarm light does not blink, even though the sound goes off, the light indicator is damaged. To fix this, the unit must be sent to Aquasol Corporation for repair. Contact customer service for an RGA authorization.

FAQ Calibration ERR
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Ensure the sensor is plugged into the sockets properly. After running for 30 seconds, if calibration is successful, the screen will display “CALIBRATION DONE”.