NevadaNano’s MPS™ Flammable Gas Sensor or the LEL Gas Sensor is the next generation in flammable gas detection and hydrogen gas sensors. For instance, the sensor can classify methane, hydrogen, and 10 other flammable gases. More importantly, our flammable gas detector can automatically do this without the need for user-applied correction factors.
The accuracy of our flammable gas detector comes with impressive reliability because the MPS Flammable/LEL Gas Sensor can deliver a greater than 1-year calibration interval and a greater than 5-year lifetime. In addition, the accuracy of the MPS Flammable/LEL Gas Sensor is enhanced with integrated, real-time measurement and compensation of sensor output for temperature, pressure, and humidity. There are virtually no false positive readings when the flammable gas detector is used since gas concentration readings are accurate across the full environmental range.
The MPS Flammable/LEL Gas Sensor is intrinsically safe because it’s stable, inherently poison resistant, and calibrated for all gases. No added electronics are required due to sensor readings being output on a standard digital bus or industry-standard analog output.
On the other hand, legacy flammable gas detection products cannot promise the same. These flammable gas detectors don’t guarantee the combination of accurate and reliable detection of multiple gases across the full environmental range.
MPS™ Flammable Gas Sensor Features:
• Detects over ten gases with high accuracy
• Accurate %LEL measurements for single-gas exposures as well as mixtures
• Real-time auto gas classification and identification
• Built-in environmental compensation
• Inherently poison resistant
• Greater than 1-year calibration interval
• 5+ year lifetime
• Low power — 29 mW typical
• 24/7 monitoring
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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.