Optical oxygen sensor technology from Ocean Optics is faster, more versatile and easier to use than traditional oxygen sensing instrumentation. Our oxygen sensing systems use phase detection of fluorescence in our exclusive indicator materials to measure dissolved and gaseous oxygen pressure.
Optical Oxygen Sensors vs. Electrodes
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