World class NDIR sensors offer versatility with reliability
May 28 2020 Read 326 Times
Dynament’s range of nondispersive infrared (NDIR) gas sensors provides detection capabilities for hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and refrigerants and are ideal for integration into original equipment manufacturers gas detection products. The Dynament NDIR sensors offer world class performance in the harshest of environments, across a wide temperature and humidity range. Dynament sensors are approved to global standards and meet SIL1 safety certifications.
The miniature sensors contain all the necessary optics, electronics, and firmware to provide a linearised, temperature-compensated output and offer a choice of output formats that allow for quick integration into any gas detection offering. Dynament sensors are also available in low-power versions, making the sensor ideal for battery and solar powered applications.
Dynament is pleased to offer the only dual-gas smart sensor on the market. A single sensor provides the capability of measuring up-to 0-100% volume methane, 0-2% volume propane and 0-5% volume carbon dioxide. Dynament also offers ATEX and IECEx Exd certified explosion-proof housings for integration into certified junction boxes or OEM gas detector enclosures.
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