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Baseline® Raises the Bar in Photoionization Detection Technology: Introducing

Dec 16, 2014 - (iNewswire)

Baseline® a MOCON® company introduces the piD-TECH® eVx, a new line of OEM Photoionization Detectors. In an effort to continue to improve our products and bring value to our customers, Baseline has developed a new version of the piD-TECH Photoionization Sensor. The new version is the piD-TECH eVx.

The eVx has improvements in both performance and price. Key improvements are; greater stability over temperature changes, minimal humidity effects, internal shielding and an internally regulated supply voltage able to accept input voltages from 3.2V to 5.5V.

The piD-TECH eVx detection capabilities and minimum detection quantity (MDQ) are denoted by color.

Green: Range 10,000 ppm - MDQ 1,000 ppb

Purple: Range 2,000 ppm - MDQ 500 ppb

Red: Range 200ppm - MDQ 50 ppb

Yellow: Range 20 ppm - MDQ 5 ppb

Blue: Range of 2 ppm - MDQ 0.5 ppb

Baseline’s line of OEM detectors is designed with a 4P platform for design and installation ease in portable or stationary gas detection equipment.

Some common applications for the piD-TECH eVx sensor include indoor air quality, industrial hygiene, safety monitoring, confined space entry, soil contamination, remediation, hazmat sites, spills and low-concentration leak detection.

For more product specific information, please contact or visit our website at

About Baseline, a MOCON company: With over four decades in the industry, Baseline sets the standard in the development and manufacture of gas chromatographs, hydrocarbon analyzers, OEM sensors and portable detection instruments including the recent addition of state of the art instrumentation for measuring environmental water quality.

This press release contains forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements include but are not limited to: uncertainties relating to competition and technological change, setbacks in product development program, slower-than-anticipated customer acceptance of new products, dependence on certain key industries, risk associated with the Company’s acquisition strategy and international operations and other factors set forth in the Company’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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