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CO2Meter and Gas Sensing Solutions Partnership and Fire Suppression Application

CO2Meter and Gas Sensing Solutions Partnership and Fire Suppression Application

Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) talks CO2Meter Partnership and Fire Suppression

An inside look at the CM-0003 Handheld Carbon Dioxide Monitor and Data Logger which uses GSS SprintIR 6S 100% CO2 Sensor for High Speed Measurement.

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CO2Meter and Gas Sensing Solutions Application Partnership - Rachael Barton

CO2Meter and Gas Sensing Solutions Application Partnership - Rachael Barton

Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) talks CO2Meter Valued Partnership

An insight look at the MinIR 100% CO2 Smart LED Sensor and its application in Modified Atmospheric Application in the iSense 100% CO2 Sampling Controller Logger Alarm.

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CO2Meter Discusses GSS MAP Case Study

CO2Meter Discusses GSS MAP Case Study

CO2Meter discusses a MAP case study featuring GSS SprintIR Wide Range 100% CO2 Sensor.

A recent case study highlights the SprintIR 100% CO2 Sensor and its use to prolong the shelf life of fruits, vegetables and salads with a specific level of CO2.

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GSS Announces ExplorIR Brand CO2 Sensors

GSS Announces ExplorIR Brand CO2 Sensors
Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS) announced they have created a new brand name ExplorIR® to clarify their product line of LED carbon dioxide sensors. ExplorIR® sensors are designed to measure up to 100% CO2 concentrations, and able to endure tough environments with shock and vibration.

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NASA Wearable CO2 Monitor uses CozIR Sensor

It has long been known that high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a confined space can be dangerous. But what is often less known is that elevated CO2 levels can increase headaches and lethargy while lowering the ability to concentrate on high-level tasks. The International Space Station is the epitome of a confined space. On Earth CO2 is 0.04% of the air’s content (400ppm). NASA had previously set a long-duration spacecraft maximum allowable CO2 concentration of 0.7% (similar to submarines). It was important for them to know what impact this would have on the crew. While CO2 levels are constantly...

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