Measurement and Testing
Gen5 Hydrogen Sensor Webpage Launch
Mar 20 2019 Read 328 Times
H2scan is excited to announce the launch of our new Gen5 Hydrogen Sensor website page. You can view it by clicking the links below.
The H2scan Gen5 Hydrogen Sensor pairs a high performance ASIC to H2scan’s field-proven thin-film hydrogen sensor. This stand-alone sensor system has been designed to provide precision hydrogen measurement, at a lower cost for the high-volume OEM.
The Gen5 Hydrogen Sensor is the industry’s #1 solid-state hydrogen sensor technology in a robust yet compact package. Rated for a wide temperature range and marine exposure, the Gen5 Hydrogen Sensor installs directly onto a transformer and can withstand the harshest industrial applications including:
- Small Distribution Transformers
- Vault Transformers
- Wind Farm Transformers
- Railroad/Traction Transformers
- Offshore platforms
- Precise Hydrogen Specific Measurements
- Sensing device immersed directly in oil for hydrogen measurement
- Functionality over a broad temperature range
- High EMI/RFI rating
- IP68 Ingress Protection
For more info please visit www.h2scan.com.
For further information or to place an order, please contact:
- Dennis Reid at Dreid@h2scan.com or (661) 775-9452
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