Sensors in the Alarm Industry
The alarm industry is one of the most important industries. Winsen sensors with good quality and high-cost performance occupy a certain market share in the field of gas alarms. It requires perfection down to the fastest reaction and top performance in difficult, sometimes extreme working conditions. For industrial mines working conditions, we provide sensors with explosion-proof certificate.
High Demands in the Gas Alarm Industry
Alarms have increased demands on response time and stability. For household gas alarms, the most critical performance index is that it requires high sensitivity to the detected gas, and must have high stability and anti-interference. It is quickly detected in 2-3 seconds and will not be affected by kitchen fumes. We generally use semiconductor-type and catalytic combustion-type sensors as detection elements. Among them, semiconductor-type combustible gas sensors have a lower detection limit and a longer service life. You don’t need to manage your sensor in the next 10 years as it is still precise. In addition, there is only gas adsorption and desorption in the detection process. Serious oil fume in the kitchen rarely remains on the surface of sensitive materials, which will not affect the actual service life. It is the best choice for household alarms.
Winsen is always quality-oriented, our combustible gas solutions after nearly 20 years of good market validation,which has high reliability, very suitable for alarm manufacturers who pursue more safety,faster and more economic.
Ruiling Liu, CEO Winsen Technology
The Same Measured CO, the Different Measurement Methods
CO is harmful to the human body and can cause irreversible damage to internal organs. When monitoring CO, the sensors selected for different fields are also different: the automotive industry needs qualitative monitoring, and semiconductor CO sensors are often used, which requires high reliability and long life. The industrial industry needs quantitative monitoring, using electrochemistry CO sensor, with high precision, and can adapt to the harsh industrial environment.
Here You Can Find All Winsen Alarm Industry Solutions
Winsen is a sensor expert in the air alarm industry. The R&D of more than 100 people support you to further develop your products, with customized production and service concepts. With rich experience in combustible gas (CH4, C3H8, H2, etc.), toxic and harmful gas (CO, H2S, SO2, etc.) alarm application, Winsen provides a full set of sensor solutions with strong selectivity and anti-interference ability for portable and fixed alarm for home or industrial places. Effectively prevent the occurrence of poisoning accidents and gas explosions, to ensure the life safety of people.
Industrial Poison Alarm
Designed for portable and stationary detectors to detect irritating gases and asphyxiating gases, effectively prevent the occurrence of poisoning accidents, ensure that the life safety of the staff is not harmed, and the production equipment is not damaged.Learn more
Industrial Combustible Gas Alarm
Real-time monitoring of industrial gas leakage, infrared sensors are used for the detection of hydrocarbons, and catalytic sensors are used for the detection of flammable and explosive gases or organic vapors within the lower explosion limit of various industrial fields such as petroleum and chemical industry.Learn more
Infrared alarm made by pyroelectric infrared sensor, anti-theft, once someone invades, it will link the alarm controller to send an alarm.Learn more
Home Combustible Gas Alarm
Real-time monitoring of the leakage of alkane combustible gas such as household liquefied gas (LPG), natural gas, coal gas (LPG), the alarm will send out photoelectric warning and the linkage valve will be shut off to prevent the accident of poisoning and combustion explosion.Learn more
Underground Mine Gas Alarm
Gas safety detection through the whole process of mine production, processing and transportation, such as the detection of mashgas(methane), carbon monoxide (CO), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), oxygen (O2), etc.Learn more
Real-time detection of CO leakage. When the CO concentration in the air exceeds the preset value, an alarm will be triggered and send out photoelectric warning. The linkage control system can automatically close the valve and open the exhaust equipment to ensure the safety of life and property.Learn more
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