In a move designed to reinforce its position at the forefront of advanced PID (photoionisation detector) technology for occupational health and environmental monitoring, Ion Science (www.ionscience.com) has launched its next generation MiniPID sensor. Incorporating a new design, MiniPID 2 offers a raft of benefits, including improved temperature stability, greater sensor-to-sensor consistency and more repeatable performance. The new Ion Science MiniPID 2 sensor will be incorporated into the company’s wide range of PID instrumentation, such as the well proven Tiger handheld monitor and the world’s first benzene specific monitor, Titan. It provides fast, accurate and humidity resistant detection of VOC (volatile organic compound) gases and is also interchangeable with the original MiniPID. Amongst the additional advantages offered by Ion Science’s new MiniPID 2 sensor are lower running current, robust lamp illumination and more reliable operation at extreme temperatures. The new MiniPID 2 gives stability, control and reliability benefits that are unavailable in other PID designs. The new sensor also offers greater consistency and repeatability, especially over changing temperatures. It does not change linearity, signal range, response time or any other similar specified performance.
Duncan Johns, Managing Director at Ion Science comments: “At Ion Science, we are committed to manufacturing and designing products of the very highest quality, making on-going improvements to ensure our customers benefit from the very best performance. “The next generation MiniPID 2 sensor with its new design will improve the efficiency, reliability and accuracy of our PID instruments ensuring they continue to be the best performing on the market.”
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