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News — Senseair

Sunrise LED CO2 Sensor

Sunrise LED CO2 Sensor
SenseAir AB of Delsbro, Sweden has entered into the small-format, LED sensor market with their new Sunrise Optical Solid State CO2 sensor. 

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How are NDIR CO2 Sensors Made?

How are NDIR CO2 Sensors Made?
Since carbon dioxide (CO2) was first identified in the 1750s, scientists have looked for a way to measure this common gas. Fortunately, today we have access to low-cost, reliable CO2 sensors that can easily be integrated into virtually any device.

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K-33 ICB 10% CO2 Sensor

The K-33 ICB 30% CO2 Sensor model SE-0026 by SenseAir is designed to measure up to 30% CO2 by volume. It is useful for biological or scientific applications where artificially high levels of CO2 must be maintained in an enclosed apparatus. However, some of our clients who purchased the 30% sensor were looking for a balance between measuring higher levels of CO2 and accuracy. That’s why we’ve just introduced the K-33 ICB 10% (100,000ppm) CO2 sensor model SE-0025 and CM-0058 Sensor Development Kit.   The K33 ICB 10% CO2 sensor is also a tube-in/tube-out sampling sensor. It has the same...

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New LP8 CO2 Sensor Development Kit

The LP8 miniature CO2 sensor by SenseAir is one of the smallest, lowest-power, non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensor on the market today. It was designed from the ground up for long-term battery or solar-powered applications. It requires as little as 11.9 mJ @ 3.3V per measurement. In order to get up to speed with the LP8 sensor, we’ve designed the LP8 CO2 Sensor Development Kit. The board includes the LP8 sensor and a super-capacitor that allows for operation from low current sources like low-power batteries or solar cells. By using the stored energy of the capacitor, the sensor has the ability...

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Raspberry Pi and WiFi App Notes for S8 Sensor

The engineers here at CO2Meter have developed application notes for SenseAir’s S8 small-footprint CO2 sensor. These app notes with source code make it easy to communicate with the S8 using two of the most popular microcontrollers on the market today. Learn more about the S8 CO2 sensor. AN168: Raspberry Pi to SenseAir S8 CO2 Sensor via UART Download AN168 here. Download the source files here. the Raspberry Pi 3 is a popular credit card-sized computer used in many maker applications. The documentation and included python source code files make it easy for even first-time users to communicate with the S8 sensor....

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