• New, state-of-the-art hydrogen sensors

Gas Sensors

New, state-of-the-art hydrogen sensors

Jan 06 2023

DD-Scientific recently announced the release of its new hydrogen sensors, which are optimised for a variety of hydrogen sensing applications. The sensors are available in both an industry-standard 20mm package and a miniaturised DceL version and are equipped with high-capacity filters to reduce interference from carbon monoxide and SOx and NOx species.

Hydrogen is seen as a key component in the transition to a more sustainable, net-zero future. It can be used in a range of applications, from transportation and industry to domestic use, and can help reduce or eliminate the need for fossil fuels.

DD-Scientific is a leading provider of high-performance gas sensors, using state-of-the-art manufacturing and automation techniques, along with rigorous testing and characterisation. The company's sensors are used in a variety of areas, including industrial safety, environmental monitoring, and pollution control.

Their new hydrogen sensors are designed to operate over a wide temperature range for an extended period of time, with reduced drift characteristics and a fast T90 response. They are available in a number of different measurement ranges, from 0-5000ppm to 0-5%.

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