• How Do Carbon Monoxide Detectors Work?

    JXCT 2023-03-13 13:42:01 Post 10 viewed

    Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless toxic gas that kills 430 people every year. Carbon monoxide detectors are the quickest way to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.

  • What is a Gas Sensor?

    JXCT 2023-03-09 14:30:20 Post 5 viewed

    A gas sensor (also known as a gas detector) is an electronic device used to detect and identify different types of gases.

  • Gas Sensors: Construction Types and Working

    JXCT 2023-03-06 11:52:38 Post 11 viewed

    There are many types of sensors that can measure different parameters, and gas sensors are very convenient in applications where we have to detect changes in toxic gas concentrations to keep the system safe and avoid/warn of any unexpected threats.

  • Electrochemical gas sensors: composition and operation

    JXCT 2023-03-06 11:40:51 Post 4 viewed

    Electrochemical gas sensors consist of two or three electrodes, sometimes four, in contact with the electrolyte. Electrodes are usually made by fixing a high surface area of precious metal onto a porous hydrophobic film.

  • How does an NDIR CO2 Gas Sensor Work?

    JXCT 2023-03-02 14:16:08 Post 54 viewed

    NDIR is the industry term for "non-dispersive infrared" and the NDIR CO2 sensor is the most commonly used type of gas sensor used to measure carbon dioxide (CO2).

  • Which type of gas detector is most accurate?

    JXCT 2023-03-02 14:03:58 Post 8 viewed

    Understanding how your gas detector work can help you simplify the decision making process when selecting equipment and technology to keep your staff safe.

  • How do Electrochemical gas sensors work?

    JXCT 2023-02-27 15:38:30 Post 2 viewed

    Electrochemical gas sensors are used most often in diffused gas detection modes, in which gases from the surrounding environment enter through holes in the cell surface.

  • How Carbon Monoxide Detectors Work?

    JXCT 2023-02-23 13:05:20 Post 3 viewed

    Carbon monoxide poisoning kills hundreds of people and hospitalizes tens of thousands each year in the United States. Luckily, we have carbon monoxide detectors that warn us before we're in danger.