Winsen Electronics Technology
Zhengzhou Winsen Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. is one of the professional manufacturers specialized in the R&D and mass production of gas sensor and module, and other sensors as PIR sensor, flow sensor, humidity sensor, instrument and equipment for gas sensors.
- Gas sensor and module
- PIR sensor
- Flow sensor
- Humidity sensor
Annually supplying over 15,000,000pcs gas sensor & modules worldwide
CHINESE STOCK MARKET LISTED COMPANY SINCE 2009
Chinese Stock market listed company since 2009
The most complete gas sensing solution supplier in China.Gas sensors with 12 types of technology and 80 types of sensors.
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Winsen Electronics, research and produce MC105B catalytic combustion/flammable gas sensor, with 0~100%LEL detection range, gas sensor with linear output.
Winsen Electronics, manufacture original and new smoke gas sensor, propane gas sensor with long lifespan and low price, for domestic gas leakage alarm and flammable gas alarm use.
Winsen Electronics, as a professional gas sensing solution provider with over 30 years gas sensor manufacture experience, offers Ozone O3 gas sensor.
Winsen Electronics produces F1013 micro flow sensor, adopting thermodynamic principle to detect the gas flow.
MP801 gas sensor is for air quality,It adopts multilayer thick film manufacturing technolgy. The heater and metal oxide semiconductor material on the ceramic substrate of subminiature Al2O3 are fetched out by electrode down-lead, encapsulated in metalsocket and cap. Conductivity of the sensor is affected by theconcentration of target gas. The higher the concentration is, the higher conductivity of sensor gets. Users can adopt simple circuit to convert to convert variation of conductivity into output signal corresponding to gas concentration.
ME2-CO electrochemical sensor detect gas concentration by measuring current based on the electrochemical principle, which utilizes the electrochemical oxidation process of target gas on the working electrode inside the electrolytic cell, the current produced in electrochemical reaction of the target gas are in direct proportion with its concentration while following Faraday law, then concentration of the gas could be get by measuring value of current.