Winsen Electronics Technology
Zhengzhou Winsen Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. is one of the professional manufacturers specialized in the R&D and mass production of gas sensor and module, and other sensors as PIR sensor, flow sensor, humidity sensor, instrument and equipment for gas sensors.
- Gas sensor and module
- PIR sensor
- Flow sensor
- Humidity sensor
Annually supplying over 15,000,000pcs gas sensor & modules worldwide
CHINESE STOCK MARKET LISTED COMPANY SINCE 2009
Chinese Stock market listed company since 2009
The most complete gas sensing solution supplier in China.Gas sensors with 12 types of technology and 80 types of sensors.
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Winsen Electronics manufacture air quality sensor and VOC sensor MQ135 for IAQ monitor application.
Winsen Electronics, research and produce MC101B catalytic combustion/flammable gas sensor, with 0~100%LEL detection range, gas sensor with linear output.
ZPH01 dust sensor and VOC sensor integrates mature VOC detection technology and advanced PM2.5 detection technology to detect VOC and PM2.5 at the same time. The VOC sensor in this module has high sensitivity to formaldehyde, benzene, carbon monoxide, ammonia, hydrogen, alcohol, cigarette smoke, essence and other organic vapors.PM2.5 detection adopts particle counting principle to detect the particles (diameter ≥1μm).
ZP05 adopts thick film semiconductor sensor, which is designed for vehicle-mounted fuel gas leak alarm. It has the basic functions of vehicle-mounted flue gas leak alarm: electric power light, fault lamp, alarm light, output signal of working state; It can be installed respectively in the different positions of the vehicle, reducing the development period and guaranteeing high accurate detection.
ZE27-O3 is a general-purpose and miniaturization electrochemical ozone detection module. It utilizes electrochemical principle to detect ozone in air which makes the module with high selectivity and stability.
MRT-117 thermopile sensor is based on MEMS technology, consists of hundreds of thermocouples connected in series. Using Seebeck principle, when there is a temperature difference between the target and the environment, the sensor gives the corresponding voltage output, therefore detecting the existence of the target or the temperature of the target.