The Oxygen in Air solid state sensor measures the partial pressure of oxygen (ppO2) and converts it to an oxygen concentration.
This sensor is not suitable for use in liquid, for aquatic applications use the Oxygen sensor.
The Oxygen In Air Sensor has temperature and barometric pressure compensation which ensures accurate oxygen concentration readings and enables use over a wide environmental range.
The SmartQ Oxygen In Air Sensor an be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
All available downloadable product resources such as manuals, worksheets and firmware for the Oxygen In Air Sensor
|Oxygen partial pressure|
0.0 to 300.0 ppO2 (mbar)
|Oxygen concentration||0.00 to 25.00%|
||Oxygen: 0 to 250,000 ppm|
ppO2; 2% full scale
Temperature; indication only
Pressure; ±5 mbar
02%; determined by ppO2 and pressure accuracy
Operating and storage temperature; 0 to 40?C
Humidity; 0 – 99% Rh (non-condensing)
Barometric pressure range; 500 – 1200 mbar (50 – 120 kPa)
|Response time||This is dependent on air circulation. In a moving current of air a 90% change in output in 30 s is typical. In still air a likely response is between two to five minutes|
What's in the box
|1x Oxygen In Air Sensor|
The sensing element is protected by a fibreglass mesh that allows for circulation of gases (air).
It is completely solid state and contains no lead or liquid electrolytes.
Liquid will permanently damage the Oxygen in Air sensor. If the sensor is to be used where there is a risk of condensation position the sensor so that any liquid that does condense will not come into contact with the sensing element.