• NDIR Gas Sensor Introduction

    JXCT 2023-02-23 11:51:25 Post 6 viewed

    A non-dispersive infrared gas sensor (or NDIR gas sensor) is a simple optical gas sensor commonly used as a gas detector.

  • How Do NDIR CO2 Sensors Work?

    JXCT 2023-02-20 13:06:25 Post 15 viewed

    Improvements in NDIR-based CO2 sensors make them the most common solution for measuring CO2 concentrations, with higher accuracy over extremely wide ranges, up to 100% by volume.

  • Best Sulfur Dioxide Gas Detector

    JXCT 2023-02-16 14:26:35 Post 10 viewed

    A sulfur dioxide gas detector can detect the concentration of sulfur dioxide (SO2) gas in ambient air. This equipment is generally used for personal protection in hazardous gas environments.

  • How Does The NDIR CO2 Sensor Work?

    JXCT 2023-02-16 14:12:09 Post 16 viewed

    An NDIR CO2 sensor detects and monitors carbon dioxide in the air based on the absorption of infrared (IR) light at a given wavelength.

  • Electrochemical Gas Sensors Introduction

    JXCT 2023-02-08 14:36:54 Post 6 viewed

    Electrochemical gas sensors are developed on the basis of ion conduction. According to the formation of their electrical characteristics, electrochemical sensors can be divided into potential sensors, conductivity sensors, electrical sensors, polarographic sensors and electrolytic sensors.

  • NDIR Gas Sensors and Analyzers

    JXCT 2023-02-08 14:21:14 Post 13 viewed

    Most NDIR gas sensors use broadband light sources, gas chambers with highly reflective walls, optical filters, detectors, and electronics for signal processing.

  • How Do Electrochemical Gas Sensors Work?

    JXCT 2023-01-19 13:39:22 Post 6 viewed

    Electrochemical gas sensors are sensors that use chemical reactions to measure the concentration of specific gases in the environment. Electrochemical sensors have many different applications, and they continue to play an important role in many fields.

  • NDIR Gas Sensors Working Principle

    JXCT 2023-01-16 13:33:18 Post 7 viewed

    NDIR gas sensors can detect a decrease in transmitted infrared light proportional to the gas concentration. The transmittance, the ratio of transmitted radiation energy to incident energy, depends on the target gas concentration.