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006-1-0100 Senseair Sunlight CO2 Sensor

006-1-0100 Senseair Sunlight CO2 Sensor
Regular price $39.00

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The Senseair Sunlight CO2 Sensor (006-1-0100) is a a module that is designed for power efficiency and optimal for battery and wireless applications.

Any application with a tough environment or in environments with explosion risk is benefited by the solid-state design. It is also the first NDIR sensor with LED technology that truly saves power while maintaining a high precision.


  • Extremely power efficient
  • Miniature size
  • Self Correcting
  • High Precision
  • LED technology
  • Compliant with ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2022
  • Compliant with Standard RESET grad B
  • Compliant with WELL Building Standard (WELL v2)


006-1-0100 Senseair Sunlight CO2 Sensor - designed for optimal use in battery and wireless applications. Contact us directly for wholesale pricing on large quantities of this sensor.


  • Measurement Gas: Carbon Dioxide
  • Operating Principle: Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR)
  • Measurement Range: 400-5,000ppm. Extended range 10,000ppm.
  • Accuracy (CO2): ±50ppm ±3% of reading, extended range ±10% of reading
  • Average current: 30µA or lower
  • Peak current: <80 mA
  • Steady state current during sampling: 50 mA
  • Measurement period: default: 16s, 8 samples (adjustable host)
  • Operating Range: 0-50°C, 0-85% RH 
  • Maintenance: Periodic Zero Calibration or ABC Calibration
  • Power Supply: 3.05-5.5 V DC
  • Storage Temperature: -40 – 85°C
  • Dimensions: 34 x 21 x 12 mm, max
  • Life expectancy: >15 years 
  • Communication Interface: UART, I2C


  • 90 days - See CO2Meter Terms and Conditions.
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"Easy to install, easy to set up, and easy calibration - just what I was looking for."

- Phillip Farrar
Water Plant Superintendent

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