O2 Oxygen Sensor Range from SST Things to Consider When Selecting

O2 Oxygen Sensor Range from SST Things to Consider When Selecting

Things to Consider When Selecting O2 Oxygen Sensors This article provides an overview of SST Sensing's zirconium dioxide O2 oxygen sensor range and interface components; you will find information regarding important features such as housing types, response times, gas temperatures, heater voltages and best suited applications for each product type. Sensors There are a number... Read more
O2 Oxygen Sensor Range from SST Things to Consider When Selecting

Level Switch – Common Applications and What are they used for?

Optical Level Switch - Common Applications and What are they used for? The Optical Liquid Level Switch is a solid-state technology which uses an infra-red LED and phototransistor to detect the presence or absence of liquid. In this article, we will cover what the level switch is used for and the types of applications they... Read more
Level Switch – Common Applications and What are they used for?

SST Launch Range of Low Power, High Speed CO2 Sensors

SST Launch Range of Low Power, High Speed CO2 Sensors SST is delighted to announce their launch of market leading CO2 Sensors that integrate unique mid infra-red light source and detector technology into innovative optics and signal processing. The three product ranges are designed to fit into various types of applications in a range of... Read more
SST Launch Range of Low Power, High Speed CO2 Sensors

Types of Interface Boards to Operate Zirconia O2 Sensors

What Types of Interface Boards Can You Use With SST Zirconia O2 Sensors? In order to operate any of SST’s Zirconia O2 Sensors, you will require an interface board which provides the electronics necessary to power and control the zirconium dioxide oxygen sensors. Alternatively, if you would rather have a complete solution, have a complete... Read more
Types of Interface Boards to Operate Zirconia O2 Sensors

How to set up and install OXY-LC Interface Electronics with SST’s Zirconia O2 Probe?

How to set up and install OXY-LC Interface Electronics with SST's Zirconia O2 Probe? To operate a zirconia O2 probe, it is necessary to have interface electronics to power and control the sensors. For customers that do not want to purchase the electronics from SST, please read our application note on how to design your... Read more
How to set up and install OXY-LC Interface Electronics with SST’s Zirconia O2 Probe?

SST is Delighted to Announce Sponsorship with Recently Crowned Winner of Top Scottish Rally Championship Award, Andy Struthers

In 2015 and 2016, Andy won the RSAC Motorsport New Talent Scholarship, competed in the Ecosse C2 Challenge and also the ARRCraib SRC championship which involved the build of his Citroen C2, which is now the car he uses in all of his rally competitions. In 2015 Andy won class one of the ARRCraib SRC…

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SST & Sparkfun Collaborate on Arduino-Based Liquid Level Sensing Hardware

In order to address the vibrant and constantly expanding maker market, SST Sensing Ltd. has partnered up with Sparkfun. Together they have developed and simple to implement solution for single point liquid detection using infra-red technology. This highly reliable and accurate solution comprises an Optomax Digital liquid level switch which is connected to an Arduino…

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SST’s IR-Based Liquid Level Switches Deliver Low Power Operation, Compact Design & Attractive Price Points

Drawing on its expertise in fluid sensor technology, SST Sensing Ltd. has developed the Optomax Digital series of liquid level switches. These highly cost-effective and simple-to-use devices have the capacity to detect almost any liquid type (whether it is oil or water based). Each unit incorporates an infra-red (IR) LED emitter, a phototransistor and a…

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Solid State Oxygen Sensors Simultaneously Address Cost, Power, Longevity & Ecological Demands

Recognised as a leading supplier of advanced gas and fluid sensor technology, SST Sensing Ltd. offers a comprehensive array of oxygen measurement devices. Complementing the company’s high performance Zirconia product offering, the LuminOx family uses proprietary solid state technology to deliver sensors with the cost effectiveness found in commonly-used electrochemical oxygen sensors, but with a…

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Discover How SST’s LuminOx Optical Oxygen Sensor Compares to More Expensive Piccolo2 Sensor?

A customer of SST’s well known and reputable sales partners in the US, CO2 Meter Inc, was curious to know how the LuminOx Optical Oxygen Sensor compares to a much more expensive oxygen sensor like the Piccolo2 sensor by PyroScience. CO2 Meter Inc are an engineering company based in Ormond Beach, Florida. They specialise in…

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SST Supports Local Karate Club with Sponsorship

SST Sensing recently shown support to their local community by backing Wado Kai Central Karate (W. K. C Karate) by sponsoring the club to help them achieve their ultimate goal in getting to the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

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SST Introduces Screw-Fit Oxygen Sensor to Further Enhance User Convenience

SST Sensing Ltd., leading supplier of advanced gas and fluid sensing technology continues to expand its portfolio of high accuracy oxygen sensor devices. The Zirconia Screw Fit Housing option provides engineers with the basis for a simple to implement solution, where only the sensor head itself is exposed to the sample gas environment. All of…

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Compact Zirconia Oxygen Sensor Delivers over Prolonged Period

In order to meet the demands of modern oxygen monitoring applications, SST Sensing Ltd has developed the Miniature series of zirconia oxygen sensors. Supplied in a space saving 12mm diameter metal can, these 5-pin devices possess an array of attributes to maximize their effectiveness in applications where measuring oxygen levels in virtually any environment is…

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