The pyroelectric detector with 2 channels is precisely made for measuring halothane (C2HBrClF3). With a CWL of 7665 ± 77 nm and a HBW of 242 ± 40 nm, the narrow-band filter combined with a reference channel (CWL: 5060 ± 25, HBW: 100 ± 15 nm) ensures precise results. The signal strength of the high sensitivity IR detector is exceptional in the range of pyroelectric detectors: High detectivity up to 4.0*108 cmHz1/2/W and high sensitivity up to 200000 V/W. The MPS2SENS halothane provides reliable detections in environments between -20 and 85 °C, e.g. for anesthetic gas monitoring.
The detector features as technological basis 2 chips with a thin film membrane made of ceramic pyroelectric material. The high read-out rate up to 100 Hz as well as the short response time ensure precise and fast measurement results for NDIR gas analysis.
The low microphone effect, the low temperature dependence as well as the amplified signal in current mode are further important product features for long-term use in demanding medical applications.
Regarding scaled prices and possible individual adaptations, our sales team will be pleased to advise you.
|Aperture||1.5 x 1.5|
|Operating temperature [°C]||-20 … +85|