How to choose an ammonia sensor for a farm?


In the aquaculture industry, ammonia is a toxic gas that endangers the growth of animals. Because the breeding space is relatively closed, and the breeding density is relatively high. Animal feces cannot be cleaned up in time, and ammonia comes from the feces excreted by these livestock and poultry. It is particularly easy to cause the ammonia concentration per unit area to rise in a short time. If the ammonia concentration in the house is too high, it will not only cause bad effects on the animals. Moreover, when the ammonia concentration is between 16% and 25%, an explosion may even occur at room temperature.

Jingxun Changtong adopts professional testing ammonia gas concentration sensor probe as its core detection device. It has the characteristics of wide measurement range, high accuracy, good linearity, good versatility, easy use, easy installation, long transmission distance, and moderate price. It can effectively detect the ammonia content in the farm.

Ammonia sensor

Jingxunchangtong’s special ammonia gas sensor uses high-sensitivity gas detection probes. The signal is stable, high precision, fast response and long life. It has the characteristics of wide measuring range, good linearity, easy to use, easy to install, and long transmission distance. Note that the sensor is used for air detection, and the customer should test in the application environment to ensure that the sensor meets the requirements. 4~20mA, 0~5V, 0~10V are optional, and the enclosure has a high degree of protection, which can be adapted to the harsh environment of the site.

ammonia concentration
ammonia concentration

The ammonia temperature and humidity transmitter has various ranges such as 0~50PPM, 0~100PPM, 0~500PPM and so on. Poultry farming generally recommends the use of ammonia gas sensors with a range of 0-100 ppm. Regarding the long-term existence of NH3 gas in aquaculture establishments, Jingxuntong provides high-quality ammonia sensor solutions. It can effectively control and monitor the ammonia in the environment of the breeding site in a timely and accurate manner to achieve high-efficiency and high-profit breeding.

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