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The PS-2126A Oxygen Gas Sensor measures oxygen gas concentration in percent (%) and parts per million (ppm) oxygen. It can be used to study plant, animal, or cellular respiration; air quality; and the rate of oxygen (O2) production in chemical reactions (see the experiment on page 2 for one example). The fuel cell included with the PS-2126A has a useful life of 900,000 oxygen percent (O2%) hours. An example: If the sensor is used in a 100% oxygen atmosphere, the life of the sensor may be calculated as
900,000 O2% hours divided by 100% oxygen which is 9,000 hours. This is about 1 year.
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