Sensors and Systems for combustion technology

HydroSen

Hydrogen Sensor for measurement H2
  • Detection of hydrogen
  • Range of measuring between 10 ppm and 1.000 ppm
  • Low power consumption
  • Typical areas of use: Leakage- and safety monitoring of fuel cells or electrolysis equipment

Sensor type: 

HydroSen

Measurement principle:

Solid-electrolyte (Non-Nernst)

Range of measuring:

0 – 1.000 or 0 – 10.000 ppm H2 (max. 50 % UEG)

Sensor temperature:

630°C

Sensor heat output:

ca. 3,0 W 

Reaction time of sensor element:

< 1 s

Sensor signal:

0 – 700 mV

Temperature - are of use:

up to a maximum of 450 °C (depends on housing)

Output electronics:

0/4 – 20 mA and LAMTEC system bus

The HydroSen1.000 is a miniaturised solid-electrolyte sensor, which works following the non-nernst principle, just like the CarboSen1.000. By the help of modern manufacturing methods, the sensor can be produced cost-efficient in huge quantities.

The ideal range of measuring lies between 0ppm and 1.000ppm hydrogen (H2) - the quantification limit lies at 1-2 ppm H2 within air. Areas of use for the HydroSen1.000 are leakage- and safety monitors of fuel cells or electrolysis equipment as well as hydrogen-illumination tester.

 

Temperature

Area of use

Specials

HydroSen1.000

up to 450 °C
(depends on housing)

Leakage- and safety monitoring (e.g. of fuel cells) with ranges of measurement from 1ppm
to 1.000ppm H2

Optional flame arrester


Remark: Ignition tests at an official association have shown, that an additional flame arrester is not needed.

HydroSen 10.000

up to 450 °C
(depends on housing)

Leakage- and safety monitoring (e.g. of fuel cells) with ranges of measurement from 500ppm to 10.000ppm H2