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City Technology launched a number of sensors for oxygen, sulphur dioxide and toxic gases. The 4OXV oxygen sensor consigns the problems of false alarms and premature device failures to history. On the other hand, the company’s Sensoric range of liquid electrolyte toxic gas sensors offer output stability, responsiveness and performance in the aggressive environments of the semiconductor and photovoltaic converter manufacturing industries.  Completing the portfolio is the sulphur dioxide sensor, the 4S Rev. 2, that maximizes performance and prolongs operating life by delivering a faster response time, high baseline stability, enhanced resistance to humidity shocks and an optimized H2S filter.

Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz

Posted on March 23, 2011 - (1368 views)
City Technology Ltd.
Walton Road
PO6 1SZ Portsmouth - United Kingdom
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