Ultra-High Speed Sensors

The well-known high speed sensors of PyroScience are available as high speed (HS, <0.8 sec response time) or now even as ultra-high speed (UHS, <0.3 sec response time).

These sensors were developed specially for measurements of fast oxygen changes in gas or aqueous samples.

Common applications of our high speed sensors:

  • Ultra-fast measurements in gas or aqueous samples with response times down to 0.3 sec
  • Eddy covariance / correlation measurements of oxygen fluxes



Applicable Oxygen Sensor Types


Related Peer-Reviewed Publications

High Net Primary Production of Mediterranean Seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) Meadows Determined with Aquatic Eddy Covariance
Koopmans et al., 2020, Frontiers in Marine Science: Marine Ecosystem Ecology

Technical note: Measurements and data analysis of sediment-water oxygen flux using a new dual-optode eddy covariance instrument
Huettel et al. 2020, Biogeosciences

Estimation of net ecosystem metabolism of seagrass meadows in the coastal waters of the East Sea and Black Sea using the noninvasive eddy covariance technique
Lee et al., 2017, Ocean Science Journal

Physical controls of oxygen fluxes at pelagic and benthic oxyclines in a lake
Kreling et al., 2014, Limnology and Oceanography

Aquatic Eddy Correlation: Quantifying the Artificial Flux Caused by Stirring-Sensitive O2 Sensors
Holtappels et al., 2015, PLoS ONE

Oxygen metabolism and pH in coastal ecosystems: Eddy Covariance Hydrogen ion and Oxygen Exchange System (ECHOES)
Long et al., 2015, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods

O2 mass transfer in an oscillatory flow reactor provided with smooth periodic constrictions. Individual characterization of kL and a
Ferreira et al., 2015, Chemical Engineering Journal

Pseudomonas aeruginosa Aggregate Formation in an Alginate Bead Model System Exhibits In Vivo-Like Characteristics
Sønderholm et al., 2017, Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Effect of solids on O2 mass transfer in an oscillatory flow reactor provided with smooth periodic constrictions
Ferreira et al., 2017, Chemical Engineering Science