UV-106H : High Concentration UV Ozone Analyzer

Model 106H
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Product Overview

The Model 106-H is a high concentration ozone monitor designed for measuring and controlling output concentration of a high concentration ozone generator. Ozone is measured in the range 0-20 wt% with a precision of 0.01 wt% or 2% of reading by the method of UV absorbance. The instrument has the option of a water-proof NEMA enclosure.

Optional Accessoires Description
CUV-1 Carrying Case This is an extremely rugged pelican case to carry your UV-106 in.
ODS-1 Destruct Unit This is an inexpensive ozone destruct unit, made for removing high concentrations of ozone efficiently.
FM-6-2 Ozone Compatible Flowmeter Designed for specifically for corrosive ozone gas flow-rates, this flow-meter is a precision instrument embodying the inherent simplicity, versatility and economy of the classical variable area meter.


  • High Range Ozone Measurement
  • Compact size, bench-top design
  • Flow-through design ideal for in-line ozone measurement
  • Benchtop, NEMA & OEM configurations available

More Information

Weight 4.5000
Electrical 11 - 28 VDC nominally 440 mA at 12V, 5.3 watt
Dimensions 8.5 x 8.5 x 3.8 inches (21.6 x 21.6 x 9.5 cm)
Warranty 1 Years
Display Digital
Detection Method UV Absorption
Temperature Range 32 to 122°F (0.0 to 50°C)
Accuracy 0.01 wt% or 2 % of reading
Resolution 0.01 Percent By Weight
Supporting Documents User Manual & NIST Traceable Calibration Sheet Included
Internal Datalogging yes , 32,736 Lines
Display Units wt%, mol%
Communication Protocol RS-232, USB
Zero Drift 1% of full scale/month, non-cumulative
LPM Flow Rate 1 LPM
Relays 1
Integrated Pump no
Portability yes , with purchase of B3 Battery.

What is the maximum amount of tubing I can use to transport ozone to the analyzer?

30 feet of tubing would be the maximum length of tubing recommended.

I cannot seem to turn datalogging off on my analyzer. Every time I turn the device on, it resumes datalogging even if I have previously turned it to "off" in the Menu.

This is a bug that occasionally occurs. The following procedure clears up the problem: 1) "Transmit" existing data (this may take some time) 2) "End" the data logging session 3) Log 4 or 5 new data points 4) "End" the data logging session 5) Turn the instrument off When you restart the device, data logging should be off and should stay off - if not, try repeating steps 4 - 6 again. (Please refer to the Operation Manual for your device if you have questions on how to "Transmit", start or end datalogging sessions).

Does this monitor have CE certification?