Propane gas sensor ZMF-20 serie

propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
propane gas sensor
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Gas type
methane, CO2, propane
NDIR, infrared, optical
Other characteristics
maintenance-free, ATEX


Robust stainless steel housing Special characteristics Excellent long-term stability Maintenance-free due to NDIR technology Description The ZMF-20X series includes sensors & transmitters for measuring gas concentrations of various gases such as CO2, methane, propane and SF-6. This makes the sensors suitable for many and applications. The ZMF-20X gas sensors are designed to be extremely rugged & suitable for use in harsh in harsh environments. Further product information The measurement of gas concentrations is essential for the protection of man and machine as well as for the monitoring of environmental and process conditions. It is not uncommon for an unintentional leakage of these gases to lead to dangerous situations. Our sensors and transmitters for gas detection support the user in optimal process control and ensure safe environmental conditions. The detection of the concentration of gases in the air can be realized with different measuring principles. Gas detectors of the ZMF series rely on the maintenance-free and reliable NDIR measurement method. Non-dispersive infrared absorption (NDIR) uses the absorption of infrared light at different wavelengths to measure gas concentrations, depending on the gas to be measured. Features Rugged stainless steel housing Power supply: 12...24 V DC Operating conditions: -40 °C...+60 °C Storage conditions: -40 °C...+85 °C Standard cable length: 1.5 m Relative humidity: 0...95 % non-condensing SIL2 certification ATEX certification (on request) Attractive price-performance ratio


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