H2 Sensor

H2 Sensor

The in-situ hydrogen sensor (right) is typically mounted directly to the top of a furnace and does not require any additional sample lines or pumps to operate. The flow-through hydrogen sensor (left) contains an inlet and outlet and mounts on DIN rail.



Measures H2 from 0 – 100% with 0.01% resolution
Calculates NH3, %DA, and Nitriding Potential (KN) for nitriding applications
Ethernet, USB and RS485 communications
Includes software for data management
Rugged enclosure for portable industrial use
Built in data logging
Color touch screen
AMS 2759/10 Compliant


Data Management Software Features

Included software for data management
Data manager for downloading
Print charts and tabular data
Add notes when capturing data
Graphical display on PC
Export utilities
Input voltage: 100 – 240 VAC
Maximum current draw: 0.2A @ 120 VAC
Enclosure weight: 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg)
Analog outputs: Two 4-20mA outputs common supply and isolated from other electronics
Output variables: %H2, %NH3, %DA, and KN on either output
Field calibration for zero and span
Ethernet and USB communications
Hydrogen measurement:

    • Range: 0 – 100%

    • Accuracy: ± 1%

    • Repeatability: ± 1%

    • Resolution: ± 0.01%
Sample flow rate: 1.5 to 2 cfh
Can input the flow rates of blended gas for accurate calculated values of KN