Zero-emission vehicles equipped with a proton exchange membrane fuel cell run on hydrogen fuel. These fuel cells require hydrogen quality that meets strict limits for impurities in standards such as ISO 14687:2019, SAE J2719_202003, and GB/T 37244-2018. Using hydrogen that exceeds these limits can damage fuel cells due to their high sensitivity. This can occur even at the lowest trace gas concentrations of pollutants. Currently, classical hydrogen analysis of the total impurities that occur requires a large number of analyzers. This takes a lot of time and is technically very demanding.