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NevadaNano’s MPS Tech Tapped for Gas Sensor Transmitter

NevadaNano has announced that PemTech added NevadaNano’s Molecular Property Spectrometer (MPS) technology into its Ultra1000 Series Fixed Gas Sensors (shown). PemTech is a US-based global gas monitor and detector manufacturer that started operations in 1989.

NevadaNano says that PemTech’s selection of NevadaNano’s MPS sensor is expected to bring next-generation accuracy and performance in environments where multiple gases pose potential hazards. The MPS sensor’s environmental robustness has proven to be the most stable hydrocarbon sensor in the world’s hottest and most humid environments, such as the gulf region in the USA, Saudi Arabia, and UAE, says NevadaNano. The sensor accomplishes this with the built-in environmental compensation for temperature, pressure, and humidity. Additionally, it eliminates the concern of false positive alarms due to sensor drift.

MPS technology uses a robust microelectromechanical-system (MEMS) platform that is inherently poison and drift-resistant, enabling calibration intervals that can be measured in years. Built-in environmental compensation enables reliable, accurate performance across a range of harsh conditions, from -40 to 75 degrees C and 5% to 95% relative humidity.

NevadaNano | www.nevadanano.com

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NevadaNano’s MPS Tech Tapped for Gas Sensor Transmitter

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