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XEN-5320 Thermal Conductivity Sensor With USB / Wifi Read-Out

Post Date:

2018/12/03 17:21:41

Expired Date:

2019/03/03 23:59:59

Trade Leads Category:

Gas Sensors

Company Info

Shenzhen Week Technology Ltd.
Contact Person: Yan Zhang
Address: 16 Floor, Building #3, Zhongke Mansion, Gaoxin South 1St Rd, Hi-Tech Park, Nanshan
City: SHENZHEN
State/Province: GUANGDONG
Country/Region: China (mainland)
Zip/Post Code: 518067


Details

XEN-5320 Thermal Conductivity Sensor Description
The XEN-5320 is an intelligent gas sensor for the measurement of gas composition, such as helium in air (hydrogen mimicking), oxygen (diving applications) or nitrogen; hydrogen in air or nitrogen (fuel cell applications). In addition, it can serve as a thermocouple-vacuum sensor, and it can give a general output signal, useable for other gas compositions.

The sensor is based on the measurement of the thermal conductivity of the ambient gas, using the proven thermal conductivity sensor XEN-TCG3880. 

To compensate for the influence of temperature and humidity, these are measured separately and a correction is made for them in the micro-controller. Each device is factory calibrated (zeroed), the customer can re-zero.

XEN-5320 Thermal Conductivity Sensor Features
• Standard measurements
  - Helium 0-100%
  - Hydrogen 0-100%
  - General output
  - Vacuum reading (optional)
• Digital output: USB, WIFI (optional)
• Temperature and Humidity compensated
• Temperature range -20°C to +55°C
• Humidity range 0-95% non-condensing
• Start-up time: 1 second
• Data refresh time: 0.3 second
• T90 sensing and T 10 recovery time: 0.6 s
• Power supply USB, Li-ion battery (optional)

XEN-5320 Thermal Conductivity Sensor Applications
• Hydrogen and helium gas experimentation
• Detection of gas dispersion rate in jets and plumes
• Fuel cell exhaust measurement
• Binary gas composition measurement
• Vacuum measurement (optional)

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