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Gas Sensors for OEM Research and Development

Our NDIR carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors, oxygen (O2) sensors, carbon monoxide (CO) sensors, and volatile organic compound (VOC) sensor modules are low-cost, maintenance-free solutions for OEM manufacturers, scientists, engineers, universities, and students.

  • Most sensors are available for immediate shipment
  • Contact sales for availability and lead time
  • We can customize to meet your OEM requirements and budget
  • Free source code for sensor module control

Which sensor is right for you?

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How Gas Flow Effects Sensor Measurement

We have tested the relationship between the rate at which air is circulated through a  CO2 sensor as an example and compared the speed and accuracy of the reading. The tests lead to 3 results:

  1. Over short periods of time, an ambient air sensor is more accurate if the gas is circulated by a fan.
  2. Over even short periods of time, a sampling sensor with an air pump pushing gas over it reacts more quickly, and the gas level reading falls off faster than the same sensor dependent on diffusion or a fan for air circulation.
  3. Over long periods of time the sensor’s accuracy is independent of air circulation.

For a full discussion, read the App Note with graphs here.

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