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New, ultra-compact, electrochemical carbon monoxide sensor

May 10 2018 Read 810 Times

Figaro Engineering Inc. is pleased to announce its latest offering, the ultra-compact TGS5141 carbon monoxide sensor. This sensor offers high repeatability and selectivity to CO, simple calibration, long life and conforms to UL2034, EN50291, and EN54-31 requirements.

Figaro’s TGS5141 is a battery operable electrochemical sensor which uses a unique electrolyte that eliminates the need for a water reservoir. It is much smaller than sensors requiring a liquid electrolyte measuring 13.9mm in diameter and 5.0mm in thickness. With its ultra-compact size, this sensor is the ideal choice for size-oriented applications such as portable CO detectors, small residential CO detectors, and multi-sensor fire detectors. OEM customers will find individual data printed on each sensor in bar code form, enabling users to skip the costly gas calibration process and allowing for individual sensor tracking.

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