Hydrogen-specific sensing instrument

08/01/2001


Valencia, Calif. - H2Scan Model 11120 is a portable sensing instrument for monitoring the presence of hydrogen in air. The instrument integrates the developer's robust thin-film sensor with control electronics that gather, analyze, and communicate data to the instrument operator or to an external process monitor/control system. The sensor module is said to be easily detached from the handheld instrument and attached to a wand assembly to extend sensor reach by 24 in. LED and liquid crystal displays provide information to the operator during portable operation. An analog output port (0-5V/4-20mA), programmable to need, links the instrument to the external monitor/control. Included are a RS-232 connector, internal battery or external power supply connection, and ABS carry case.

Diversified Commercial Hydrogen Technology Inc.





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