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carbon dioxide sensor Applications

  • Gas control equipment for Life Science

    QCAL introduces CO2Control for incubators and test chambers. These gas dosing units can be adapted to nearly every incubator or test chamber. The user can set a CO2 concentration up to 30% vol. CO2. The CO2Control measures the actual concentration and adds CO2 from a CO2 gas container. The NDIR CO2-sensor has an excellent long-term stability, which provides years of stable CO2 measurement. Also the other parts as the sample gas pump, valve and fittings are designed for maintenance-free use over years. Humidity...

    By QCAL Messtechnik GmbH based in Oberostendorf, GERMANY.

  • High quality gas sensor solutions for process control

    Gas monitors controlling heat treatment of metals. Endothermic process and heat treatments are essential for ensuring high-quality metal and alloy products. Heat treatments are commonly used to alter the physical or chemical properties of materials such as metals and alloys, including steel. Heat treatments result in changes in material microstructures that provide increased hardness, temperature resistance, ductility, and strength.

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd - a division of Edinburgh Instruments based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Carbon Dioxide Monitoring for Indoor Air Quality

    Introduction: Accurate control of critical indoor environmental parameters is not only essential for the well-being and comfort of building occupants, but also has a major impact on energy efficiency. A multitude of parameters can affect indoor air quality (IAQ) from gases such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and volatile organic compounds to particulates, humidity and bacteria such as legionella. Carbon dioxide is one of the greatest variables affecting indoor environmental quality since it is produced by...

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd - a division of Edinburgh Instruments based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Air quality monitoring solutions for smart cities sector

    Many urban areas are using a range of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to collect data that can be used to help manage resources efficiently. These ‘smart cities’ are often incorporating environmental sensor technology into their networks to better understand air pollution and its impact on the people living and working in the city. Cities and towns typically have one or two traditional monitoring stations, meaning many neighbourhoods do not have access to regular, localised air quality information...

    By AQMesh based in Stratford-upon-Avon, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • High quality gas sensor solutions for horticulture

    Ensuring reliable and accurate carbon dioxide measurement. Controlled environment horticulture (or agriculture) is a technology-based approach toward food production. Modern systems have been developed that are designed to protect, maintain and optimise the growing conditions of crops.

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd - a division of Edinburgh Instruments based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Cost effective, real-time pollution monitoring networks

    Ambient air pollution is a continuous problematic since many years, and the various organizations in charge of air quality monitoring work constantly on how to improve their structures and gain the most accurate and reliable data possible. Indeed, the changes in mentality and therefore in urbanism development for example, implies an access to the data faster and at multi-location level. Air quality monitoring reference stations used nowadays measure with an extreme accuracy in located areas, but requires a lot of...

    By ENVEA Cairpol (ex Environnement S.A) based in POISSY Cedex, FRANCE.

  • Carbon Dioxide Sensing for Controlled Environment Horticulture

    Introduction: Controlled Environment Horticulture is a vast topic, and has been utilised in varying forms for centuries. Excavations of the city of Pompeii showed remains of early greenhouses dating back to AD79; and the modern greenhouses are thought to originate in the thirteenth century in Italy. Most people recognise the use of greenhouses for growing flowers and vegetables, whether in their own garden, at garden centres or on a commercial basis. Indeed most people will be conversant with irrigation systems...

    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd - a division of Edinburgh Instruments based in Livingston, UNITED KINGDOM.

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