A hydrogen sensor is a gas detector that detects the presence of hydrogen. They contain micro-fabricated point-contact hydrogen sensors and are used to locate leaks. They are considered low-cost, compact, durable, and easy to maintain as compared to conventional gas detecting instruments.
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