Chemiresistive percolation gas sensor

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Applications: Gas monitoring, sensing disease markers, identification of volatile compounds, medical devices, measurement.

Features Benefits
  • Uses electrochemical technology instead of optical absorption, chromatography or spectrometry.
  • Sensors are more robust and cheaper than current technology.
  • Current sensor limit of detection results: 18 ppb for NH3 in N2; 0.9 ppm for NO2 in N2.
  • More sensitive than existing chemiresistive sensors.
  • Response time: 5 sec.
  • Faster response times than optical absorption, chromatography and spectrometry or other optical probes.
  • Active sensor area: 5 mm diameter.
  • The sensor has a compact form factor.
  • Typical power consumption: 0.1 mW.
  • Low power requirements.

Patented and available for:

  • Licensing
  • Co-development
  • Consulting
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