Euro-Gas Management Services Ltd

The simple solution to carbon dioxide detection

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Source: Euro-Gas Management Services Ltd

The Euro-Gas range of gas sensors has now been extended with the introduction of the exciting miniature C1 and C2 Carbon Dioxide sensors that deliver speed, low power consumption and long-term stability.

- High speed, real time sensing - two readings per second
- Low power consumption, suitable for battery and portable applications
- High accuracy
- High poison resistance & long-term stability
- Sunlight immunity
- Low cost
- Wide range of applications

The sensors are fast response, low power miniature infrared sensors, which use exciting and unique solid state infrared technology. This high performance Carbon Dioxide sensor is ideal for an extensive range of applications including: indoor air quality & ventilation; cellar & gas stores; shipping; car park monitoring; mining; greenhouses; diving equipment; automotive and more!

The sensors are easy to use. With two readings per second and a T90 time of less than five seconds, the sensors are fast and can be used to measure rapid changes in gas concentrations. The Carbon Dioxide measured output is temperature compensated and linearised.

Leading edge LED technology allows the sensor to run at low power – less than 100mW running at full speed – which is particularly ideal for battery and portable applications. No signal processing is required – simply plug it in, power it up and read the data. To assist with development, Euro-Gas also offers a development kit consisting of the sensor and driver electronics mounted on a support PCB with LCD display.

The Euro-Gas range of gas sensors offers unique features and potential advances for end product performance, ensuring cost effective, high quality solutions for gas detection OEMs.

Euro-Gas is also a worldwide specialist supplier of gas detection equipment. All the latest information, together with downloadable datasheets, can be found at www.euro-gasman.com.

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