Winsen Technology has been focusing on gas sensor research for many years, and has a variety of ozone detection solutions, which can meet the application needs of different products in different environments.
Ozone sensor: ensure the quality of the disinfection cabinet
As a popular household appliance, disinfection cabinets use the strong oxidizing properties of ozone for disinfection. As a high-efficiency broad-spectrum gas disinfectant without residual pollution, ozone has special advantages over commonly used disinfectants in the food industry (such as peracetic acid, potassium permanganate, formaldehyde, sulfur dioxide).No residual pollution occurs, and no ventilation is required after disinfection.Therefore, ozone is widely used in disinfection cabinets.However, ozone leakage will endanger human health, and the allowable threshold value in the air at the job site is 0.2mg/m3. Therefore, the ozone type disinfection cabinet needs to maintain the concentration of ozone in the cabinet while ensuring that the ozone does not leak to ensure the disinfection effect.In order to better monitor the level of ozone concentration, the ozone sensor is produced, which solves the major problem.
ME4-O3-E4 ozone gas sensor is constant potential electrolysis type. Oxidation-reduction with ozone and oxygen take place respectively on the working electrode and on the counter electrode. The process releases electric charge to current that is in direct proportion to the ozone concentration. The fourth auxiliary electrodes is used to compensate the zero current, characteristic of strong signal level and low zero current.
ZE14-O3 is a general-purpose and miniaturization electrochemical Ozone detection module. It utilizes electrochemical principle to detect ozone in air which makes the module with high selectivity and stability. It is a combination of mature electrochemical detection principle and sophisticated circuit design.
ZE25-O3 is a general-purpose and miniaturization electrochemical Ozone detection module. It utilizes electrochemical principle to detect ozone in air which makes the module with high selectivity and stability. It is a combination of mature electrochemical detection principle and sophisticated circuit design.
ZE27-O3 electrochemical ozone module is a general-purpose and miniaturized module. The use of electrochemical principles to detect the ozone gas in the air, which has good selectivity and stability. The built -in temperature sensor can be compensated by temperature; it has digital output for easy use. The ZE27-O3 is a close combination of mature electrochemical detection technology with the excellent circuit design, and the universal gas module designed and manufactured.
ME2-O3 electrochemical gas sensor is fuel cell type, which utilizes the electrochemical oxidation process of O3 gas on the working electrode. The current produced in electrochemical reaction of the target gas are in direct proportion with its concentration while following Faraday law, then concentration of the gas could be get by measuring value of current.
ME3-O3 electrochemical sensor detect gas concentration by measuring current based on the electrochemical principle, which utilizes the electrochemical oxidation process of target gas on the working electrode inside the electrolytic cell, the current produced in electrochemical reaction of the target gas are in direct proportion with its concentration while following Faraday law, then concentration of the gas could be get by measuring value of current.
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