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Cross-sensitivities - aeroqual

The following information describes cross interferences for several of Aeroqual’s sensor heads containing electrochemical sensor technology. The following tables show the response of several Aeroqual GSE sensors to different gases of different concentrations. The Aeroqual sensor code is in brackets. Nitrogen dioxide (SH END) - Ozone Filtered. Interfering gas Concentration (ppm) Sensor ...

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Sensor Cross Sensitivity Portable Instruments

Sensor Cross Sensitivity Guidance, Advice and Warnings Introduction: Toxic sensors are designed and built to demonstrate an optimum response to the target gas. However, interfering gases in the environment can affect the reading given. The information contained in this note has been collated to offer guidance and explain these cross sensitivities. Crowcon regularly review the sensors available ...

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Electrochemical Gas Sensor - Cross Sensitivity

Cross Sensitivity. For some gases such as ethylene oxide, cross sensitivity can be a problem because ethylene oxide requires a very active working electrode catalyst and high operating potential for its oxidation. Therefore gases which are more easily oxidized such as alcohols and carbon monoxide will also give a response. Cross sensitivity problems can be eliminated though through the use of ...

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Cross Sensitivity Chart - Gas Detectors from Industrial ...

SENSOR Carbon Monoxide Carbon Monoxide/ Hydrogen Low Hydrogen Sulfide (Ventis) Hydrogen Sulfide (TX1, MX6) Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Dioxide Chlorine Chlorine Dioxide Hydrogen Cyanide Hydrogen Chloride Phosphine Nitric Oxide Hydrogen Ammonia GAS Carbon Monoxide 100 100 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 Hydrogen Sulfide 5 5 100 100 1 -40 -3 -25 10 300 25 10 20 25 Sulfur Dioxide 0 5 5 5 …

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Electrochemical gas sensor - Wikipedia

Cross sensitivity. For some gases such as ethylene oxide, cross sensitivity can be a problem because ethylene oxide requires a very active working electrode catalyst and high operating potential for its oxidation. Therefore, gases which are more easily oxidized such as alcohols and carbon monoxide will also give a response. Cross sensitivity ...

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Signal conditioning for electrochemical sensors

Electrochemical sensors are widely used in the medical sector. For example, to monitor the concentration of glucose in the blood of diabetic patients, a glucometer (glucose meter) is used. In this case, the disposable test strips are the electrochemical sensors. Figure 1 illustrates the carbon monoxide and the glucometer test-strip sensors ...

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Cross-Contamination of Sensors by Other Gases and the ...

Many electrochemical sensors incorporate a filter into the housing to limit the exposure from interfering gases. These filters have a limited capacity that is typically rated in ppm-hours. Figure 1 shows the filter capacity from one particular carbon monoxide sensor. 1. The greater the exposure to the interfering gas, the weaker the filters will get and the quicker they will wear out. This ...

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Cross sensitivity of toxic sensors: Chris investigates the ...

2014-10-30· Cross sensitivity is a sensor’s reac­tion to other gases which can “interfere” with how the sensor reacts. Exposing a sensor to a gas that is not the target gas can cause an undesirable effect; this may be a positive response, negative response or inhibition. Positive Response A positive response means that sensors respond to not just the target gas but to another gas as well. This ...

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Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor CO/CF-1000 - Membrapor

Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor CO/CF-1000 Cross Sensitivity Data The table below does not claim to be complete. Interfering gases should not be used for calibration. Please contact Membrapor AG for further support regarding cross sensitivities. Interfering Gas Concentration [ppm] Reading [ppm] C 2 H 4 10 0 CH 2 O 5 0 Cl 2 20 0 H 2 400 < 200 H 2 S 20 0 HCl 20 0 NO 50 0 NO 2 20 0 SO 2 100 0 . Rev ...

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Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor CO/C-1000 - Membrapor

Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor CO/C-1000 Cross Sensitivity Data The table below does not claim to be complete. Interfering gases should not be used for calibration. Please contact Membrapor AG for further support regarding cross sensitivities. Interfering Gas Concentration [ppm] Reading [ppm] C 2 H 4 10 14 CH 2 O 5 15 Cl 2 20 -11 H 2 400 < 200 H 2 S 20 60 NO 50 13 NO 2 100 -64 O 3 1 ~ -1 SO 2 …

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Technical Note 121 CO Sensor Cross Sensitivity And Removal ...

CO SenSOr CrOSS-SenSitivity And remOvAl With A ChArCOAl Filter The table below shows data on the cross-sensitivity of the CO sensor* used in RAE Systems single-gas and multi-gas meters, both with and without carbon-impregnated filter pads (p/n 008-3006-005 for pack of 5) in front of the CO sensor. These filters can be used to reduce organic vapor cross-sensitivity. The filters should be …

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AQ3CO Sensor - Carbon Monoxide (CO) Gas Sensor ...

Compensation Logics of AQ3 Series Sensors Cross Sensitivity Table CHARACTERIZATION NOTE AQ3CO Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor DOCUMENT PURPOSE The purpose of this document is to provide indicative, technical performance data for the AQ3CO sensor to assist in the integration of the sensor into gas detection instrumentation. The sensor has been subjected to a testing program as …

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Understanding Cross Sensitivities Can Help Keep Workers ...

2018-05-01· Ideally, a user would want a carbon monoxide (CO) sensor to only read carbon monoxide, but there are other gases that can generate readings on this sensor. This is just one example of many cross interferences. We can slow this reaction down with the use of filters on the sensors, but yet again, it does not eliminate the reaction. At this time, there is not a perfect technology that can filter ...

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Application Solution Understanding Cross-Sensitivities

The electrochemical elements used in the Senva TG product line and their cross-sensitivities are as follows (sensitivities with greater than 5% cross-sensitivity are highlighted yellow). Carbon Monoxide, CO Gas Concentration Typical response of CO sensor (ppm) Carbon Monoxide 400 ppm 400 Hydrogen 100 ppm 17 Ozone 5 ppm <1 Chlorine 10 ppm <1

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ALTAIR® 5X Multigas Detector

MSA XCell® Electrochemical Sensor Cross-sensitivity Tables XCell Carbon Monoxide (CO) Sensor Gas Applied Approximate % Cross-sensitivity CO 100% NO 84% SO 2-4% HCN -5% Isopropanol -8% H2 48% XCell Ammonia (NH 3) Sensor Gas Applied Approximate % Cross-sensitivity NH 3 100% H2S 75% NO 2-50% SO 2 40% XCell Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2) Sensor Gas Applied Approximate % Cross-sensitivity …

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Understanding Cross Sensitivities Can Help to Keep Workers ...

2018-05-24· Ideally, a user would want a carbon monoxide (CO) sensor to only read carbon monoxide, but there are other gases that can generate readings on this sensor. This is just one example of many cross interferences. We can slow this reaction down with the use of filters on the sensors, but yet again, it does not eliminate the reaction. At this time, there is not a perfect technology that can filter ...

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The challenges with electrochemical NO2 sensors in outdoor ...

2018-07-23· A nitrogen dioxide (NO 2) sensor would only detect NO 2 and a carbon monoxide (CO) sensor would only detect CO and so on. While electrochemical sensors are designed to be as specific as possible, most will respond in some manner to gasses other than the target gas. This is called “cross-sensitivity” and is a result of the interfering gas also reacting on the sensor electrode. In some cases ...

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Carbon Monoxide Sensor Cross-Sensitivities Alcohols, VOCs ...

Carbon Monoxide Sensor Cross-Sensitivities Alcohols, VOCs & Hydrogen Technical Bulletin Cross-sensitivity to gases other than the target gas of interest is a common sensor characteristic, especially among electrochemical sensors. Cross-sensitivities are limited as much as possible by MSA sensor design and filters; however, some key interactions still occur. CO sensors do have some inherent ...

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