In the adjacent table we have the areas (cm2) of our standard electrodes. This means that with all things being equal then the electrochemical signal from one a sensors changes as a scientist uses these different electrodes, assuming that area is part of the signal intensity.
From the table with all parameters otherwise being constant we would expect the signal gathered on a ZP101 sensor to be approximately 18.5 times greater than that gathered on the ZP104.
The reason that ZP has different sizes of electrodes is that we expect all our customers to eventually go to market and so an important question will be 'how big does your sensor need to be?' The reason we ask the question is for a number of reasons including:
ZP 104 mini electrode configuration
ZP 101 disk electrode configuration