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Aeroqual Ozone (O3) Sensor Head, 0-0.15 ppm (Ultra Low)

$365.00

  • Fan-sampling gas sensitive semiconductor (GSS) sensor: 0-0.15 ppm Ozone for use in Aeroqual Series 500 handheld monitors.

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Fan-sampling gas sensitive semiconductor (GSS) sensor: 0-0.15 ppm Ozone

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Weight 0.2000 lbs
Dimensions 6.5000 × 2.5000 × 2.5000 in
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Aeroqual Ozone Sensor 0-0.15ppm from Specto Technology

Specto Technology is proud to offer the Ozone Sensor 0-0.15ppm. 

PRODUCT FEATURES:

  • Designed to provide accurate, consistent readings of the ozone in your ambient airspace
  • Range: 0-0.15ppm
  • Sensor Type:  GSS
  • Minimum Detection Limit: 0.001ppm
  • Accuracy of Factory Calibration: <±0.005 ppm
  • Resolution: 0.001ppm
  • Response Time: 60 Seconds
  • Temp: 0 to 40°C
  • Relative Humidity: 10 to 90%

PRODUCT BENEFITS:

  • Has a response time of 60 seconds allows this to be a good head to find high ozone levels, and measure ozone levels in spaces where testing may be occurring
  • This sensor uses an active sensor technology with an internal fan to pull air across the GSS sensor at a specific flow rate for accurate gas detection

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:

  • Designed to measure Ozone gas from 0-0.15 ppm with a 0.001 ppm resolution
  • Will directly fit onto any Series-500 Aeroqual ozone monitor

SENSOR HEADS:

  • The Aeroqual Sensors are housed within an interchangeable ‘sensor head’ that attaches to the Aeroqual S500 Portable Air Quality Monitor base.
  • You can choose from up to 30 different sensor heads. Each sensor contains a single gas or particle sensor. Swapping sensor heads takes seconds and no configuration or re-calibration is required.

RIGHT TOOL RIGHT JOB:

  • Aeroqual uses a mix of sensor technologies; you can select the correct one to meet your needs depending on the target pollutant and application.
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