The SSA-20+ is the new handheld CO2/O2 analyser designed by Samson Scientific to measure, verify and validate the CO2 and O2 levels on CO2 Incubators. The SSA-20+ is a vital CO2 analysis tool for field service engineers, laboratory technicians and on-site engineers who are looking for a fast, easy to use and accurate CO2/O2 Analyser. As with it's partner the SSA-20, the SSA-20+ has the backup of our excellent after sales support and calibration package.
CO2 Incubator verification tool
Solid State Sensor Technology
Ultra Low Power - extended battery life
Fast start – ready to use 6 seconds after switch on
Large colour touch screen
Easy to use
Fast and intuitive touch screen driven user interface.
Solid state sensor technology with extremely fast start time and minimal warm up mean the SSA-20+ can already be taking a measurement before other Analysers have even got the splash screen out of the way.
CO2 0 - 20% measurement range
O2 0 - 100% measurement range
Easy-to-use large colour touch screen which can be operated while wearing gloves
Weighing only 325g and with a comfortable handheld case, the SSA-20+ is convenient and easy to hold in continued use
Built in flip out tilting stand
Fast start – no splash screen and a minimal power up time of 6 seconds mean the SSA-20 is ready to start taking readings as soon as you are
Quick and accurate verification of Incubator CO2 readings within the 0-20% range and O2 readings within the 0-100% range
No regular span calibration required
Rapid Air Zero Calibration in 90 seconds
320x240 TFT Colour Display with Touch Screen
High impact ABS, UL94-V0 with TPE coated polypropylene soft-grip corners
Rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery
Charges with Mini USB Charger or using 12v Car Adapter SSA-20-007
Input Voltage: 100-240V, 50-60 Hz 0.2A max
5°C to 40°C (standard)
0 to 95% RH, non-condensing
Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) absorption (CO2)
Patented Gold-plated optics (CO2)
Patented Solid-state source and detector (CO2)
Lead Free Galvanic O2 Cell (O2)
Two year lifetime (O2)
Sampling (pump 0.35l/min)
+/- 1% of reading following calibration (For both CO2 & O2)
0.13% of reading per mm Hg in normal atmospheric conditions.