Sensors for Nitric Oxide Measurement Systems

Sensors for Nitric Oxide Measurement Systems

Using the latest state of the art combination NO sensor design, the ‘amiNO’ series of nitric oxide sensors increases the sensitivity of electrochemical nitric oxide measurement, by up to 100 times that of any existing electrochemical sensor on the market today. They are the first NO sensors to break the 100 pA/nM barrier, see chart on page M4. This higher sensitivity greatly reduces any measurement errors due to baseline drift associated with temperature changes. This baseline drift has been a particular concern with older technology sensors that do not have the enhanced sensitivity characteristics of the ‘amiNO’ sensors.

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
69-0007 amiNOFLAT, 3 prong chicken footprint, 250700 pA/nM (typical 400 pA/nM), 1 pack
69-0006 amiNOIV, 700 µm tip, 150250 pA/nM (typical 200 pA/nM), 2 pack
69-0011 amiNO-600 NO Sensor, 600 µm tip, 150250 pA/nM (typical 200 pA/nM), 2 pack
69-0010 amiNO-100 NO Sensor, 100 µm tip, 2550 pA/nM (typical 35 pA/nM), 1 pack
69-0012 amiNO-2000 NO Sensor, 2 mm flat tip, 1 pA/nM, 1 pack
69-0009 amiNO-30 NO Sensor, 30 µm tip, 26 pA/nM (typical 4 pA/nM), 2 pack
69-0008 amiNO-7 NO Sensor, 7 µm tip, 0.53 pA/nM (typical 1.5 pA/nM), 2 pack
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• All NO sensors are combination sensors, no external reference electrode required
• Mechanically rugged membrane
• All sensors covered with proprietary triplecoat gas permeable membrane to guarantee selectivity and very fast response time
• All sensors completely shielded from environmental/electrical noise
• All sensors work the ‘inNO-T’ meter as well as many other currently available meters
• One calibration procedure, simple, easy, no expensive chemicals
Using the latest state of the art combination NO sensor design, the ‘amiNO’ series of nitric oxide sensors increases the sensitivity of electrochemical nitric oxide measurement, by up to 100 times that of any existing electrochemical sensor on the market today. They are the first NO sensors to break the 100 pA/nM barrier, see chart on page M4. This higher sensitivity greatly reduces any measurement errors due to baseline drift associated with temperature changes. This baseline drift has been a particular concern with older technology sensors that do not have the enhanced sensitivity characteristics of the ‘amiNO’ sensors. Additionally the new ‘amiNO’ series adds newly designed sensor types for application involving in-vivo and large surfaces (cultured cells). Customized sensors are available upon request to meet specialized applications, call Harvard Apparatus Customer Service for details. Harvard Apparatus offers 4 different Nitric Oxide Measurement Systems. Each system includes either a 1-channel or 2-channel inNO-T Temperature compensated meter plus an BS4 69-0012 amiNO-2000 sensor, BS4 69-0016 SensoReady Electrode Polorizer and a temperature probe (for a complete listing of system components see chart on page M4). Each system is offered in either 115 or 230 VAC.
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