UV Flux and Piccolo2 Oxygen Sensors Compared

The UV Flux oxygen sensor module from CO2Meter uses a LuminOx LOX-02 optical sensor. It is an excellent sensor for the price, but how does it compare to a much more expensive oxygen sensor like the Piccolo2 sensor by PyroScience? This was the question raised by Heinz Surbeck, President of Nucfilm GmbH in Switzerland. Mr Surbeck is a physicist working...
Posted by CO2 Meter on May 06, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2 Safety Alarm Installation at Ormond Brewing Company

Ormond Brewing Company is near the CO2Meter headquarters, so we were delighted when the decided to install our RAD-0102 Remote CO2 Storage Safety Dual Alarm. In fact, we were so delighted that we not only helped them with the installation, but sampled some of their great beer afterwards. Watch the video below.
Posted by CO2 Meter on April 22, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2Meter Team Meets at Local Brewery for Education, Fun

by Melyssia Santiago, Director of Sales CO2Meter team members in Florida recently had the opportunity to see and learn how carbon dioxide is used throughout the brewing process, and have some fun too. CO2Meter sponsored a meeting of the Volusia Manufacturing Association (VMA) at the Ormond Brewing Company in Ormond Beach, Florida. Formed in 2011 by local home brewing enthusiasts, Ormond...
Posted by CO2 Meter on April 01, 2016. Continue Reading

OSHA-Compliant CO2 Storage Safety Alarms on Sale

Originally $425.00. Now $329.00 while they last.  When we originally offered CO2 storage safety alarms, they were required to meet OSHA regulations. As a result, our RAD-0100 Remote CO2 Storage Safety Alarm with a single relay was one of our most popular products. Recently, several states and local municipalities have adopted more stringent CO2 safety codes that require a different...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 29, 2016. Continue Reading

IBDEA Conference Recap

CO2Meter displayed at the International Beverage Dispensing Equipment Association (IBDEA) Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. This is the annual meeting of industry professionals who supply goods and services to the restaurant industry: bulk CO2, syrups, cleaners, ice machines, and more. You name it - these guys do it all. The conference was not only a chance to show our products, but...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 29, 2016. Continue Reading

Why Control CO2 Levels at Night in Plant Grow Rooms?

Author: Michael Forster, PhD, Edaphic Scientific  This is an abbreviated version of a longer article on the same topic which can be found here. Growers can artificially increase the amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) available to plants to improve growth and yield. But at night, plants do not uptake CO2 for photosynthesis. Maintaining artificially high levels of CO2 at...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 29, 2016. Continue Reading

Craft Brewers Conference May 4-6

CO2Meter will display our line of CO2 Safety Alarms at the Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) from May 4-6, 2016 in Philadelphia, PA. We will be in booth 1958. For craft brewers, CBC is the number one environment in North America for concentrated, affordable brewing education and idea sharing to improve brewery quality and performance. The conference is also a great...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 28, 2016. Continue Reading

2016 RFMA Annual Conference Recap

by Melyssia Santiago, Director of Sales The 2016 Restaurant Facility Management Association (RFMA) Annual Conference was three action-packed days of speakers, seminars, networking and vendor introductions. The RFMA Conference is a yearly opportunity to advance industry awareness of restaurant facility management. The conference was held at the gorgeous Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee. This was the first time CO2Meter had participated,...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 21, 2016. Continue Reading

Troubleshooting GasLab® Driver Installation

If you cannot communicate between your sensor module or CO2 meter and the GasLab® Software on your computer, the problem may be caused by Windows not recognizing the correct drivers needed to create a chain from USB -> FTDI -> UART in order to communicate with the device. The drivers create a virtual COM port. If the device is plugged...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 11, 2016. Continue Reading

CO2 Meter Helps Lower Heating Costs for Business

Nestled on the northern shore of Lake Superior, it gets cold in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The town typically has 203 days a year when the minimum temperature is at 0 °C or below. So it made sense when Dennis Wood, President of Cinevate in Thunder Bay, Ontario decided to take an existing 9,000 sq./ft. warehouse, gut it, and turn...
Posted by CO2 Meter on March 03, 2016. Continue Reading
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