10.0 eV Gas Sensor - MiniPID 2

MiniPID 2 10.0 eV Gas Sensor

OEM Gas Sensor with state-of-the-art Sensing Technology

The MiniPID 2 10.0 eV gas sensor is used for enhanced selectivity of compounds with lower ionization energies. It is used for measuring ambient levels of aromatic compounds including benzene.

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Features

The MiniPID 2 10.0 eV gas sensor is a simple plug-and-play sensor able to deliver a dynamic and dependable response to thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) across many diverse applications.

The sensor is designed for both diffusive and in-line pumped sampling, delivering an exceptional response time and clear down. The MiniPID 2 10.0 eV gas sensor incorporates lamps of exceptional brightness and stability enabling detection of less volatile and less readily sensed compounds reliably, over an extended period of time.

Note: Alumina polishing of MiniPID 2 lamps is appropriate for all MiniPID 2 lamps except the MiniPID 2 11.7 eV lamp. Instead, please use anhydrous ethanol or methanol (please refer to the MiniPID 2 manual for guidance or contact sensors@ionscience.com for further support).

Key Feature

  • Humidity resistance
  • Anti contamination design
  • Removable, pneumatically sealed sensing electrode stack

Key Features

  • Series 4 / A
  • 12 – month warranty (excluding the electrode stack)
  • Expected life > 5 years

Technical Specification

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Performance

Electrode Stack Color White + gold spot
Minimum Detection Limit 5 ppb
Range 0->100 ppm
T90 Response Time (Seconds) <8
Sensitivity >15 mV/ppm

Power and Signal

Supply Voltage (using internal regulator) 3.6 – 18 V (non intrinsically safe 10 – 18 V)
Supply Voltage (using a regulated power supply) 3 – 3.6 V
Current 20 – 32 mA (130 mA for 100 ms at start up)
Power Consumption 100 mW at 3.3 V
Output Signal (using internal regulator) 0 – 3.2 V
Output Signal (using a regulated power supply) 0 to rail voltage – 0.1 V

Environmental

Temperature Range -40 to 149 °F
Relative Humidity Range 0 – 99% RH, non-condensing

Lifetime and Warranty

Expected Life >5 years
Lamp Life 10.6 eV 10,000 Hours
Warranty 10.6 eV lamp and MiniPID Body –12 months – 11.7 eV lamp – 3 months

Approvals

Europe Certification ATEX
North America Certification UL
Worldwide Certification IECEx
Patents US 7,046,012 EC 1474681

Downloads

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MiniPID 2 10.0 eV Gas Sensor – Accessories and Replacement Parts

There are a number of accessories and replacement parts available for the MiniPID 10.0 eV gas sensor, which can be found below. Please contact us if you would like more information or to place an order.

PID Lamp Cleaning Kit

Used to clean the lamp within the MiniPID sensor to remove dirt, grease and grime from the lap window ensuring optimal performance.


Contact us to place an order quoting the below part number.

Part number: A-31063
Stack Removal Tool

Allows safe, easy removal of the stack from the PID sensor.


Contact us to place an order quoting the below part number.

Part number: 846216
MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.0 V – 3.2 V)

Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.


Contact us to place an order quoting the below part number.

Part number: LA4SXL3.0
MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.2 V – 3.6 V)

Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.


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Part number: LA4SXL3.2
MiniPID 2 Long-Life Lamp (3.2 V – 18 V)

Designed for the use within MiniPID 2 sensor.


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Part number: LA4SXL3.6
White and Gold Electrode Stack

Designed for use within the ION Science PID sensor.


Contact us to place an order quoting the below part number.

Part number: A-846417
Lamp Spring

The lamp spring ensures the lamp stays tightly coupled with the electrode stack.


Contact us to place an order quoting the below part number.

Part number: 846600

FAQs

If you have any further questions, please inquire now.

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