Inside this technical manual we can read info about humidity, barometric pressure, type, lead, galvanic cell, sensor, multiplier, flow, body temperature, black low side, shield wire, so 100 series, channel negative lead, constant, so 200 series, analog ground, ground negative lead, and excitation. This technical manual gives us info about output, time, oxygen, effect, galvanic cell type, air, electrolyte, cell type, current, sensor analog ground, storage, pressure, sensor body, temperature, expectancy, negative lead, calibration, and correction.
Many discussion related to concentration, thermistor, calibration factor, membrane, ground shield wire, power, differential, differential channel, channel positive lead, ground, storage temperature, channel, ambient, example, apogee, measurements, positive lead, and partial pressure are explained inside this technical manual. The following are excerpted from this technical manual:
The SO series are galvanic-cell type sensors that measure oxygen gas (O2) in air. Sensors include a lead anode, a gold cathode, an acid electrolyte, and a fluorine resin membrane. The current flow between the electrodes is proportional to the oxygen concentration being measured. An internal bridge resistor is used to provide a mV output linearly proportional to O2. Unlike polargraphic oxygen sensors, galvanic do not require a power supply. The mV output responds to the partial pressure of oxygen in air. The standard units for partial pressure are kPa. However, gas sensors that respond to partial pressure are typically calibrated to read out in mole fraction of the gas in air, or units of moles of oxygen per mole of air.
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