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Long Life Oxygen Sensors

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Alphasense Oxygen sensors use capillary flow control. Unlike partial pressure oxygen sensors, they have good pressure and temperature dependence, making them the best choice in safety applications.

Sensors are available in three sizes:

A:
20mm diameter, the industry standard size for portable gas detectors

C: 20mm diameter, extra height allows additional filter material when measuring combustion gases

G: Miniature, proven long-term performance. The sensors are designed for the next generation of portable gas detectors. Part of the Alphasense 'D' family.

Alphasense, the leading independent sensor technology company, is renowned for quality, support and on-time delivery of toxic and oxygen sensors throughout the world.

Uniquely offering strong, long-life protection Toxic and Oxygen Sensors, supported by Alphasense's no-quibble 2 or 3 year warranty, with a no leak guarantee.

Product Long Life Oxygen Sensors
Company Alphasense
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Alphasense
Sensor Technology House 300 Avenue West Skyline 120 Great Notley Essex CM77 7AA United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 1376 556 700
Fax: +44 (0) 1376 335 899
Email: sensors@alphasense.com



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