MPS™ FLAMMABLE GAS SENSOR REVOLUTIONIZES COMBUSTIBLE GAS SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
PROVEN. RELIABLE. ENHANCED WORKER SAFETY.
NevadaNano delivers the first combustible gas sensor able to accurately detect multiple gases simultaneously, providing TrueLEL™ readings. Traditional safety monitors are limited by combustible sensors that are calibrated to one gas and are inaccurate to other gases that may be present creating an unsafe condition or a nuisance and costly false alarm.
LOWER TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
The poison resistant and long-life MPS will lower costs by eliminating the inconveniences and resources associated with constantly replacing sensors.
- No calibration required
- Immune to poisoning
- Built in Self-Test
- 2 year warranty with 5+ year expected lifetime
- Certified intrinsically safe
- Low-power: 29 mW average
- Real-time auto gas classification – delivering complete answer – powering analytics
Flammable and Combustible Gases
In 2010, the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded. The incident killed 11, injured 17, and resulted in one of the biggest oil leaks in history. Prior to the explosion, combustible natural gas had accumulated to dangerous levels. However, the sensors that detect high levels of combustible gases were silent to avoid the regular hassle of false alarms.
Detecting flammable and combustible gases quickly and accurately is a matter of life and death. First responders and industries that process hydrogen, hydrocarbon-based fuels and chemicals, and explosive substances, value accurate detection of gases with technology from IOT infrastructure companies. The flammable and combustible gas detector can protect valuable infrastructure and the environment at large
Gas Detecting Technologies
Currently, available sensing technologies from IOT infrastructure companies are competing in key aspects of performance, reliability, and cost-of-ownership. NevadaNano’s new MPS Flammable Gas Sensor, also known as the LEL Gas Sensor, is the first completely new technology for flammable gas detection in over 40 years. It was designed to address the key shortcomings of existing combustible, flammable, and explosive gas sensors.
The MPS Flammable Gas Sensor not only acts as a hydrogen gas sensor, but it can accurately measure the concentration of an unprecedented 12 different flammable and combustible gas mixtures. Further, it can classify detected gases into categories: hydrogen, hydrogen-containing mixtures, methane (or natural gas), and light, medium or heavy gases/mixtures. This addresses the need for a sensor platform flexible enough for complex industrial environments.
How The Flammable Gas Detector Works
The MPS has a robust Microelectromechanical-system (MEMS) platform that is inherently poison and drift-resistant, enabling calibration intervals that can be measured in years. Built-in environmental compensation enables reliable, accurate performance across a range of harsh conditions, from -40C to 75C and 5% to 95% relative humidity.
Levels of functionality and reliability set a new standard in flammable gas safety all because of the critical role of MPS Flammable/LEL Gas Sensor.
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NevadaNano is the developer of the Molecular Property Spectrometer gas-sensing products that use Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) structures to detect, identify, and quantify chemicals in the air.