Sensors applied in fire prevention and fire fighting are mainly pressure sensor, flow sensor, temperature sensor, smoke sensor, infrared sensor, gas sensors, etc. ...READ MORE
With the development of the economy and the improvement of life standard, more and more people begin to pay attention to health and environmental protection...READ MORE
Indoor Air Quality-IAQ
As people pay more and more attention to air quality and health problems imposed by air pollution, the demand for air purification equipment has gradually increased. ...READ MORE
Toxic gases are mainly poisonous gas chemicals or highly volatile substances at room temperature and pressure. They are usually originated from industrial pollution......READ MORE
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Accurate agriculture technologies are more spreading in global area. The United Nations predicts that global demand......READ MORE
With the development of the Internet of Things, smart cities and smart homes are becoming more and more popular. For example, in the smart home scene......READ MORE
Smart cities development can impact the lives of billions of people around the world, and it is rapidly becoming a reality. In the smart city , urban infrastructure will......READ MORE
Safety and environmental protection is a hot topic in the industrial field. In recent years, with the progress of sensor and big data technology, industrial production......READ MORE
Medical & Health
In modern medicine, medical sensors actually replace the doctor's sensory organs in diagnosis and treating instruments and play an extended role......READ MORE
In the automotive field, Winsen sensor solutions include air quality detection, drunk driving monitoring, fatigue driving warning, life detection, battery safety monitoring......READ MORE
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CO2 Sensor Applications
Keeping low CO2 level is important for human health, which not only means that the current environment has sufficient fresh air, but also greatly reduce the risk of building syndrome. Winsen CO2 sensor meets RESET standard, which is widely used in control panels or thermostats for HVAC systems.
The Key to Secure Monitoring of Energy Storage Systems: Hydrogen, Smoke, Flame, Carbon Monoxide, and Temperature/Humidity Sensors...
Hydrogen is a versatile clean energy carrier that offers the global economy the flexibility to rapidly decarbonize existing industries as well as the scalability to transition to new energy pathways. These properties make hydrogen a critical option for reaching economy wide net- zero emissions.
Refrigerants are substances used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems to transfer heat and provide cooling. They play a crucial role in the refrigerati
Sensor Solutions to Detect Refrigerant Leak in Air Conditioner or Heat PumpHow do you know if Refrigerant Leak happens? Heating and air conditioning systems are
What are the applications of refrigeration sensor?Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems: Refrigerant sensors are used to detect leaks in refrigeration syst
A refrigerant is a chemical substance used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems. They work by absorbing heat and transferring it in a cycle to achieve cooling of air or objects.Refrigerants typically have low boiling points, allowing them to evaporate and cool the surrounding environment at relatively low temperatures. When in liquid state, the refrigerant absorbs heat and evaporates into a gas. Then, through compression and condensation processes, the refrigerant releases heat and returns to a liquid state, preparing for the next cycle.
Winsen provides spatial point detection, battery cabinet (cluster-level detection), and battery pack (pack-level detection) sensor solutions for energy storage security systems to achieve combined detection of carbon monoxide, hydrogen, smoke, VOC, aerosol, temperature and humidity etc in the early stage of battery leakage or thermal runaway, using professional sensing technology to protect the safety of energy storage.
A CO2 sensor, also known as a carbon dioxide sensor, is a device designed to measure and monitor the concentration of carbon dioxide gas in the surrounding environment.