Sensors • Electrochemical Sensors

Used for detecting reactive gasses and measuring hazardous gas amounts in a given environment.

Used for detecting reactive gasses and measuring hazardous gas amounts in a given environment.

Filter by state

  • ENMET Corporation

    ENMET Corp. manufactures sensors that detect toxic gases, hydrogen, and oxygen via electrochemical type cells, which consist of electrodes, electrolyte and an air/liquid separation barrier. These electrochemical sensors have a 4-20 mA output signal and range of 100 ppm, 0.50 ppm, 500 ppm, 10 ppm, 30 ppm, 2000 ppm, or 1 ppm.

  • Manning Systems, Inc.

    Manning Systems Inc. manufactures electrochemical ammonia sensors, single gas electrochemical sensors, and electrochemical extended life oxygen sensors. The electromechanical ammonia sensors have a linear 4-20mA output and ranges of 0-100 ppm, 250 ppm, 500 ppm, or 1,000 ppm ammonia. The single gas electrochemical sensors can detect a variety of gases including carbon monoxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide, and ozone.

  • KWJ Engineering, Inc.

    KWJ Engineering designs industrial electrochemical sensors for gas detection applications specifically carbon monoxide. The three electrode sensors for CO feature a range of 0-1500 ppm, pin connections and standard configuration.

  • JUMO Process Control, Inc.

    JUMO Process Control Inc. designs and manufactures electrodes and sensors for electrochemical variables and temperature. The electrochemical sensor products include gas sensitive sensors for measuring ammonia and single sensors. The gas sensitive sensors consists of a pH glass electrode and a reference electrode, both of which are in an electrolyte.

  • Environmental Sensors

    Environmental Sensors produces inline electrochemical water measurement sensors that detect water content in a hydrocarbon stream from 0-100 percent. The sensors can measure minimal amount of hydrocarbon over a whole volume of fluid flow and provide measurements of water in coal slurry, edible oils, and miscible emulsions. The sensors feature a 316 stainless steel body.

  • Alpha Omega Instruments Corp.

    Alpha Omega Instruments Corp. engineers and produces ambient temperature, electrochemical oxygen sensors - often referred to as galvanic sensors. The company also produces several other oxygen sensor types including paramagnetic oxygen sensors, polarographic oxygen sensors, and zirconium oxide oxygen sensors.

  • RAE Systems, Inc.

    RAE Systems designs and manufactures four socket electrochemical sensor condition stations that allow users to own a complete suite of electrochemical sensors with just one multi-sensor detector. The sensor stations are compact and feature a rugged and waterproof design.

  • Ercon, Inc.

    Ercon Inc. develops coating materials for electrochemical sensors used in cardiac care, home diagnostic, pain management, drug delivery, genomics, and environmental applications. Coating materials including silver/silver chloride inks, carbon/graphite inks, platinum, gold, catalyst inks, insulayer, and FIP micropourous media.

  • Control Instruments Corp.

    Control Instruments Corp. engineers and manufactures electrochemical sensors used to monitor leaks of specific gases (carbon monoxide, hydrogen, hydrogen sulfide, and oxygen) in the low parts-per-million range. Featuring a stand-alone design with built-in alarms and relays, the sensors provide a linear output signal of 4-20mA and feature a RS485 Modbus digital port.

  • Don Wolf & Associates

    Don Wolf & Associates distributes toxic and combustible gas detectors including electrochemical sensors manufactured by RAE Systems, Honeywell Analytics, and BW Technologies.

  • Conductive Technologies Inc.

    Conductive Technologies Inc. is a contract manufacturer of sensors that are based primarily of electrochemical signal transduction, meaning they produce electrochemical sensors that require a printed or ablated circuit - which is normally coupled with a reagent.

  • Draeger Safety Diagnostics Inc., Breathalyzer/Interlock Div.

    Draeger Safety Inc. produces electrochemical sensors for selective measuring of small concentrations of toxic gases and oxygen in ambient air. The sensors feature an operating temperature of -40C to 65 C with a temperature influence that's compensated to zero, which allows the transmitters to be used during extreme low pressure.

  • R.M. Technologies

    R.M. Technologies manufactures electrochemical sensors for low PPM trip levels ranging from 25 to 50 ppm. The sensors provide a linear 4/20 mA signal and are used for processing rooms, refrigerated rooms, blast freezers, and in rooms where gas driven forklifts are utilized.