OEM Platforms | N2Sense


Compact online trace N2 in argon/helium analyser with Enhanced plasma discharge (Epd) technology

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The N2Sense analyser is based on our Enhanced plasma discharge (Epd) technology*. Compared to other commercially available plasma-based analysers, which use a single wavelength measurement, the N2Sense uses a combination of our unique focusing/stabilising and electron injection electrodes with a spectral compensation optical measurement to improve performance and signal stability. 

  • < 1 ppb LDL : Ten times lower limit of detection compared to competitor instruments
  • Ultra stable reading
  • Leak free flow controller - Proprietary design
  • Interference free: Based on spectral compensation technology
  • Advanced embedded interface and software
  • Industrial grade touch screen display
  • 12 months internal data storage
  • IIoT Ready


  • Separation plants
  • Chemical plants
  • Argon purification plants
  • Helium liquefication plants
  • Process control
  • Steel industries
  • Semiconductor plants
  • Gas management systems
  • Speciality gas laboratories
  • Leak testing
  • Welding control
  • Glove box
  • Cryogenic truck loading stations

IIoT Ready - Designed for the future

Many industrial analyser platform were designed over a decade ago. Our new innovative online analyser platform has been designed with the future in mind, i.e. connectivity.

  • Remote monitoring
  • Remote data logging
  • BigData
  • Support MQTT protocol



Proprietary moisture trap

Our new trap is made of a proprietary material (not molecular sieve). It offers a better absorption to moisture, hydrocarbons and organic compounds. As it has no affinity to N2 but absorb hydrocarbons and organic compounds, it does not delay the response and resolve the problem of the former technology.


A special doping compounds (H2O + proprietary compounds) is added to the plasma. In combination with the focusing/stabilising and electron injection electrodes, this compound helps to further stabilise the plasma discharge and improve the plasma deexcitation process by which photons are emitted for the optical measurement.