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  • Oxygen Depletion Sensor Applications
    The term "oxygen depletion" is used to refer to any amount of oxygen less than 21% oxygen by volume in fresh air. The "sensor" is the device that measures those oxygen levels.
  • Oxygen Depletion Sensor vs. Carbon Monoxide Detector
    If you own a propane space heater, a vent-free heater or a vent-free fireplace, chances are it has an oxygen depletion sensor (ODS). These sensors are added to shut the fuel off if the oxygen level in the air gets too low.
  • The Ongoing Evolution of Oxygen Sensor Technology
    Accurately ascertaining oxygen levels is essential in many applications within the industrial, agricultural, storage/transportation, automotive and medical sectors. While scope of applications is expanding, the performance requirements continue to rise.
  • Selecting a Low-Maintenance Sensor for Safety Monitoring of Oxygen and Carbon Monoxide Levels in Industrial Processes and Environments
    For safety, legal, and compliance reasons industrial plants must monitor oxygen (O2) and carbon monoxide (CO) levels in processes and structures. Traditional technologies for. detecting these gases include paramagnetic, nondispersive infrared, electro-chemical cell, and zirconium oxide sensors
  • Luminescence Lifetime Imaging with Transparent Oxygen Optodes
    Due to the modular luminescence lifetime imaging system (MOLLI) that has been developed within the last few years, it is possible to use oxygen sensors that are not optically isolated. Transparent planar optodes and dispersed nanooptodes for the first time enable a direct optical link between
  • Transparent Oxygen Optodes in Environmental Applications at Fine Scale as Measured by Luminescence Lifetime Imaging
    Due to the modular luminescence lifetime imaging system (MOLLI) that has been developed within the last few years, it is possible to use oxygen sensors that are not optically isolated. Transparent planar optodes and dispersed nanooptodes for the first time enable a direct optical link between
  • Control, Coordination Help Scale Up New Enzymes
    Above this basic control level, a supervisory control system responds to changes in dissolved oxygen, oxygen uptake or other variables, processes them in computer programs and then sends out new setpoints for key process variables--for example, changing the feed rate of a feed pump or the speed
  • Why Measure CO2?
    and Biofuel Production. algae biofuel sensor. Algae is used to transform water and CO2 into methane and oxygen. High carbon dioxide levels are required to maximize methane production, while low oxygen levels are required to protect the organisms. We offer CO2 sampling meters to insure peak algae

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