Standard Diffusion Transmitter

The Thermo Scientific Standard Diffusion Transmitter is a gas sensor that is used in conjunction with a controller to create a complete gas detection system. Each transmitter acts as a single-point gas detector. Thermo Scientific Gas Detection Systems can use multiple transmitters to create custom multi-point systems.

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Datasheet: Standard Diffusion Transmitter

The Standard Diffusion Transmitter can be configured for the detection of: hydrocarbon gases, ammonia, arsine, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, diborane, fluorine, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen sulfide, nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide, oxygen, ozone, phosphine, silane and sulfur dioxide.

The toxic and oxygen sensors of the Standard Diffusion Transmitter work on the electrochemical principle. Gas diffuses into the sensor through a fluorocarbon membrane. A chemical reaction creates a current flow between the electrodes proportional to the concentration of gas present in the atmosphere.

Key Features

  • Housed in a durable, copper-free aluminum weatherproof enclosure
  • Connects to controllers, PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers) or DCS (Distributive Control Systems)
  • Easy plug-in electrochemical sensors
  • Easy one-person calibration
  • Economical remote transmitter
  • Combustible gas version, UL Classified for Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C & D hazardous locations

For more information download the Specification Sheet for the Standard Diffusion Transmitter.

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Datasheet: Standard Diffusion Transmitter