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News — Sensor

NC State University uses CO2Meter K30 sensors in Greenhouse Laboratory

NC State University uses CO2Meter K30 sensors in Greenhouse Laboratory
K30 CO2 Sensors used in university research greenhouse and growth chamber applications. 

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Monitoring CO2 Levels and Energy Efficiency

Monitoring CO2 Levels and Energy Efficiency
CO2Meter takes time to discuss researcher, Tim Cooper who utilizes the CozIR®-A Development Kit CM-0187 to measure the carbon dioxide levels in order to assist in his research towards reducing CO2 emissions. 

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How Does a Zirconia Oxygen Sensor Work?

How Does a Zirconia Oxygen Sensor Work?
Zirconia Oxygen Sensors are typically used to measure the air-to-fuel ratio in combustion, automotive, oil, gas, and bio-mass environments.

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High CO2 Levels in Your Car?

High CO2 Levels in Your Car?
How much time do you really think it takes before the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels in a car can become to high? The answer may be hard to believe.

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Discovering poor IAQ in Car Journeys with Gas Sensing Solutions

Discovering poor IAQ in Car Journeys with Gas Sensing Solutions

As the number of registered automobiles increases dramatically each year, the number of hours an individual spends inside the vehicle also may be surprising.

On average an individual will spend 46 minutes inside a vehicle, and during those 46 minutes poor indoor air quality can be at its highest and directly effect ones  overall well-being.

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