New, low-cost, miniature version of globally renown flammable gas sensor
Sep 27 2021
NevadaNano recently launched the “MPS™ Mini”, a miniaturised version of their highly successful Molecular Property Spectrometer™ (MPS™) Flammable Gas Sensor. According to NevadaNano, the new sensor is the world’s most accurate hydrocarbon sensor in its class and offers maintenance-free operation throughout its in excess of 10 years lifetime.
“We have extended our market-leading reliability, accuracy, and lifetime with enhanced algorithms which extends our market-leading position of detecting 19 of the most common combustible gases found in residential, commercial, and other general use environments,” said Ralph Whitten, President, and Member of the Board of Directors, at NevadaNano. “This new product in a lower cost package specifically targets IoT and high volume applications.“
The new flammable gas sensor measures the thermodynamic properties of the air-gas mix and precisely reports 0-100% LEL across 19 flammable gases without any need for field calibration. The MPS™ Mini’s level of performance meets the requirements for flexible sensor platforms for a wide variety of non-industrial tasks and making it the perfect solution for residential and commercial applications such as smart meters and IoT devices. The MPS™ Mini was designed to create safer environments for people and their communities.
Integrated, real-time measurements and built-in compensation for temperature, pressure, and humidity enhance the accuracy of all NevadaNano’s MPS flammable gas sensors.
NevadaNano’s MPS flammable gas sensors take real-time measurements and integrate compensation for temperature, pressure and humidity resulting in an unsurpassed level of precision.
Gas concentration readings are accurate across the entire environmental range, including rapid environmental transients, delivering best-in-class accuracy. The MPS™ Mini Flammable, like all NevadaNano MPS sensors, is resistant to drift, decay, or poison.
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