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02.05.2014

MRIOR semiconductor sensors - quality monitoring at low power consumption



Semiconductor gas sensors are an indispensable tool for the analysis of the atmosphere. The oil and gas industry, communal services, devices and systems for early fire detection - the list of applications of gas sensors is constantly expanding.

OJSC “MINSK RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF RADIOMATERIALS” specialists designed semiconductor gas sensors СН4, СО, NO2, Н2 during experimental design works (EDW). Their design and technology helps to measure low concentrations of gas in energy consumption from 10 to 150 mw, depending on the requirements of the consumer.

As example, semiconductor gas sensors for early fire detection on the basis of nanostructured alumina oxide detect concentrations of H2 and CO levels less than 1 ppm and have a power consumption of less than 10 mw.

The CH4 sensor type "pellistor" has a lower limit of detection of about 10 ppm, when the power consumption 150 mw and the signal level 200-300mV, which is necessary for leak detection of explosive gases in communal services and petrochemical industries.

The CO sensor with a power consumption of less than 120 mw can detect the concentration of carbon monoxide at the ppm level, which is very important to ensure the health and safety of people, as poisonous carbon monoxide has no color or odor.

Small branch production of semiconductor CH4, CO, NO2, H2 gas sensors can be organized in our institute.

For information please contact the marketing and sales department of OJSC “MINSK RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF RADIOMATERIALS”

If necessary, you can contact with experts of the Institute working in this direction.


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