Tried and Tested Oxygen Sensor Exceeds Expectations
Mar 07 2017 Read 866 Times
MEMBRAPOR released their O2/M-100 oxygen sensor in 2011. After 6 years this O2 sensor has successfully established itself in the market.
The expected operation life and signal stability have exceeded all expectations. This high quality sensor is extremely durable and performs day in and day out, over a period of three years a signal drift of less than 4% is observed.
The sensor has no consumable parts and is based on MEMBRAPOR's true 3-electrode technology. Although this electrochemical sensor needs a bias voltage, it is ready to be used within 2 minutes after a power cut off and it will respond fast.
The O2/M-100 is best in class performance for fast response time of t90 < 10 sec, low zero current (offset) of only ≤ 0.1% vol. O2 and high resolution of ≤ 0.05% vol. O2
Complying with RoHS, the O2/M-100 is perfectly positioned to be your reliable sensor for O2 monitoring in the range of 0 - 30%.
To measure trace concentrations of oxygen a second type of sensor is available: The O2/M-1 monitors O2 in the range of 0 - 1% with a resolution ≤ 50 ppm. Although it is highly sensitive, the sensor will not be damaged when exposed to ambient air. It is highly stable and exhibits a life time of several years, like the O2/M-100.
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