The BD4200W series dehydrators are used for pressurisation of broadcast antennas and transmission lines. The dehydrator removes the moisture from damp ambient air to deliver a reliable, constant, on-demand source of dry, pressurised air.
The inherent reliability of the BD series design, combined with the high output capacity make these units an ideal choice for pressurisation of broadcast systems. Low pressure systems (suffix LP) are available for applications where reduced pressure is required, for example; pressurisation of broadcast antenna radomes, broadcast waveguide transmission lines or broadcast STL systems.
The BD4200W Series dehydrators employ a fully digital operating platform offering the most accurate readings of operating variables, either from the front panel or by a remote connection.
FEATURES / BENEFITS
Accurate Humidity Sensing within ±0.1% RH
Digital Display of All Operating Parameters
Remote Real-Time Data and Alarm Reset Capabilities
5°-30° (40°-85°) Ambient
*Unit will go into SHUTDOWN mode if cabinet temperature exceeds 49° (120°)
Noise Level at 3m (10ft)
Standard Alarm - Complete readings of all critical measurement points,
individual alarm indication display, including SNMP communication
1/2" NPT female
Depth x Width x Height
53.3 x 64.8 x 124.5 (21 x 25.5 x 49)
Gas Line and accessories kit for BD4200 & BD8400 Series dehydrators
6 Month Maintenance Kit
8000 Hour Maintenance Kit
2-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges
2-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges & Check Valves
4-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges
4-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges & Check Valves
8-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges
8-Port Manifold with Pressure Gauges & Check Valves
Single Pipe Panel
Dual Pipe Panel
Flow Distribution Panel
1. GLK2 Kit contains: 50' of 3/8" tube, 1/8 NPT Gas inlet port for RF connector, Adapter (1/2" - 3/8"), Ball valve, 3/8" & PTFE tape.
2. Manifold units with check valves are not recommended for pressurising antennas with dual feedlines.
Screen image showing remote display of dehydrator status and alarms