OEM gas sensor with state of the art sensing technology
Designed for OEMs, the high sensitivity gas sensor – MiniPID 2 is the latest in the range of PID sensors from ION Science for sub PPB level detection.
The ground-breaking high sensitivity gas sensor is 15 times more sensitive than the existing PPB gas sensor and capable of detecting trace levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) over a long period of time making it ideal for indoor air quality monitoring applications.
Delivering a dependable response to thousands of VOCs across many diverse applications, the high sensitivity VOC sensor is a simple plug and play sensor providing a wide detection range of 0.5 ppb up to 3 parts per million (ppm). ION Science’s high sensitivity gas sensor also features a re-designed, pneumatically sealed electrode stack for high sensitivity and a wide detection range.
An innovative self-diagnostic feature indicates whether the electrode stack is contaminated or if the sensor is not operating correctly. The high sensitivity VOC sensor incorporates ION Science’s long-life lamp that offers 10,000 hours continuous operation. Together with exceptional brightness and improved stability, this facilitates reliable detection of less volatile and less readily sensed compounds, over an extended period of time.
Note: Alumina polishing of MiniPID 2 lamps is appropriate for all MiniPID 2 lamps except the MiniPID 2 11.7 eV lamp. Instead, please use anhydrous ethanol or methanol (please refer to the MiniPID 2 manual for guidance or contact email@example.com for further support).
For further supporting documentation please see below.
|MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.2 V – 18 V)||LA4SXL3.6||Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.|
|MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.0 V – 3.2 V)||LA4SXL3.0||Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.|
|MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.2 V – 3.6 V)||LA4SXL3.2||Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.|
|Red Electrode Stack||A-846695||Red Electrode Stack for High Sensitivity MiniPID 2.|
|PID Lamp Cleaning Kit||A-31063||Used to clean the lamp within the MiniPID sensor to remove dirt, grease and grime from the lap window ensuring optimal performance.|
|Stack Removal Tool||846216||Allows safe, easy removal of the stack from the PID sensor.|