Model Selection Guide

Sep 15,2021

To detect combustible gas, which sensor should choose?

As the main energy source in production and life, combustible gas can be seen everywhere in industrial production and daily life. Common flammable gases include hydrogen, carbon monoxide, methane, propane, ethylene, hydrogen sulfide, etc... Moreover, many flammable gases are also toxic and harmful gases, such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, chlorine, etc.

Sep 15,2021

How Infrared Sensors Differ from Catalytic Combustion Sensors

Sensors play a key role in monitoring flammable gases and flammable vapors, including catalytic sensors and infrared (IR) sensors. Environment, response time, and temperature range are just factors to consider when deciding which technology is best to use.

Sep 15,2021

How to Select Carbon Monoxide Sensor

Carbon dioxide sensors have an important role in industrial, agricultural and atmospheric environmental testing. In daily applications, electrochemical carbon monoxide sensors are the most applications.

Sep 15,2021

How to Choose Laser Dust Sensor and Infrared Dust Sensor

The laser can be focused into a very concentrated parallel beam, and can maintain a small spread angle and high power density over a long distance. Common lasers are generally divided into three categories: solid-state lasers, gas lasers and semiconductor lasers (commonly known as laser LEDs). In the field of instrument laser particle counters, (helium-neon) gas lasers are generally used as light sources. In the field of dust sensors, due to cost constraints, laser LEDs are generally used as light sources.

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