A12 Nitrogen Oxides Sensor 0-50 ppm (00-1150)
A12 Smart Sensing Modules:
0-50 ppm Nitrogen Oxides Sensing Module. Smart Sensing Module stores operational information, calibration constants, gas sensor identification and range, and software revision level. This unit can quickly and easily be connected to the A12 UniSens Transmitter.
0-50.0 ppm Nitrogen Oxides sensor
Standard Range = 0-50 ppm
Minimum Range = 0-10 ppm
Maximum Range = 0-50 ppm
These sensors come ready to operate in any of the above preset ranges (standard, minimum, or maximum). When you connect the Sensing Module to the Gas Transmitter, you will be asked which range you would like to use. We list the standard range as the sensors range, but each sensor is capable of operation in all 3 ranges.
The Sensing Modules consist of an electrochemical gas sensor and solid state memory assembly. This complete package comes in a convenient housing that can easily be connected to the A12 UniSens transmitter. As these sensors come pre-calibrated, once the sensor is connect to the A12 the calibration constants upload to the base automatically. Each sensor can be calibrated to any range within the minimum or maximum range. There is an additional $50 calibration fee for custom calibration.
This Sensing Module is compatible with the A12 Gas Transmitter. If you need the Sensing Module that has an Auto-Test Generator, then you need 00-1402.
Since the sensors are calibrated independently and simply plug into the A12, you can switch between the 28 different gases offered very quickly and efficiently.
Using the optional sensor keeper you can maintain the sensor in stable operating condition for up to 6 months while it's sitting on the shelf.
|Call For Price||No|
|Gas||Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)|
|Sensor Type||Electrochemical Cell|
|Accuracy||± 5% of value|
|Standard Range||0-50 ppm|
|Minimum Range||0-10 ppm|
|Maximum Range||0-50 ppm|
|Monitor sensor fits||A12|
|Sensitivity||1% of sensor module range|
|Operational Temperature Range||-30º to +55ºC|
|Operational RH Range||0-95% Non-condensing|