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  • F14 - The new flat electromechical cell line from N.E.T

F14 - The new flat electromechical cell line from N.E.T

Jul 31 2018 Read 568 Times

The F14 is a new 3-electrodes electrochemical gas sensor line designed for the detection of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

Designed as a compact and low-cost alternative to standard 20mm sensors, it is targeted to light industrial and commercial applications, such as monitoring of underground car parks or residential environments, air quality, ventilation control and fire detection.

The F14 cells exhibit high performance with long term stability in a very cost-conscious package. They feature fast response time (<30s), high stability (Long Term Output Drift: < 5%/year) and resistance to temperature and humidity extremes (-20 °C to + 50 °C, 15 to 90 % RH). The expected lifetime is 10 years.

F14 cell conform with all relevant performance standards, and they are UL2075 recognised components.

The sensor has industry accepted dimensions and pin-out footprint, making it compatible with a variety of commercially available fixed gas detection systems. Its reduced size, among the smallest electrochemical cell available, allow the use of very small housings for gas detectors and leave space for additional components.

The QR code enabled label displays the sensor part number, serial number and calibration value – so F14 cells can be installed in a detector without the need to test it with gas but with a simple electronic calibration, reducing production time and costs for instrument manufacturers.

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