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CO2Meter.com Sensors Test Growing Crops

CO2Meter.com Sensors Test Growing Crops
Science fair project to design plant growth systems in space.

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What is the fastest CO2 sensor?

What is the fastest CO2 sensor?

Testing by CO2Meter.com confirms that the SprintIR Carbon Dioxide Sensor by Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd (GSS) in the UK is the fastest carbon dioxide sensor in the world. Using a 20% CO2 version of the SprintIR sensor, a vacuum pump and graphing software, our engineers recorded 20 carbon dioxide level readings per second during normal human respiration. As the largest distributor of GSS sensors in the US, we felt it was important to test GSS's performance claims. “The SprintIR CO2 sensor opens up a whole new level of precision in the fields of capnography, closed circuit scuba diving, mammalian respiration,...

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CO2 Important to Large-Scale Poultry Farming

CO2 Important to Large-Scale Poultry Farming

Poultry is the most-consumed meat in both the United States and worldwide. Much of this expansion is due to the growth of large-scale production methods capable of delivering birds – especially chicken - to consumers at relatively low prices. Bulk carbon dioxide has become an integral part of the booming poultry industry. In fact, at virtually every stage of a chicken's life-cycle, CO2 is used to maximize production. CO2Meter has had the opportunity to work with many producers in the industry, and we’ve developed an understanding of how our products are used. • It starts with egg incubation. Using CO2...

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Use CO2 Meter to Tune Your Gasoline Engine

Use CO2 Meter to Tune Your Gasoline Engine

  Modern 4-stroke gasoline engines are precision instruments compared to even models a few years ago. Today’s engines are designed to maximize power and gas mileage while minimizing harmful exhaust gases, especially carbon monoxide and sulfur oxides. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that engine diagnosticians now use shop-grade gas analyzers to test the exhaust gases coming from a car. In fact, we have customers who are using meters like our 0-25% CO2 Sampling Data Logger with our extreme moisture filter to allow direct measurement. The chemistry of internal combustion is simple: hydrocarbons (gasoline), oxygen and nitrogen (air) are...

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Measuring Gases: Diffusion vs. Sampling Method

Measuring Gases: Diffusion vs. Sampling Method

Many of you have called us to ask about applications that start with the sentence, “How do I…” In every case, the application falls into one of two groups: measuring gas by diffusion or measuring gas by sampling. Knowing the difference can help you decide which method is best for you. Diffusion – Measurement for Environment From indoor air quality to plant growth to personal safety: all of these involve people and areas where gases are diffused in ambient air. In other words, the sensor measures the gas concentrations diffused around it. Since the sensor is physically in the ambient...

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