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Blowing on a CO2 Sensor Produced Unexpected Results

Blowing on a CO2 Sensor Produced Unexpected Results

                Experimenting with the SprintIR 60% CO2 Sensor A client was having trouble getting correct readings with our SprintIR 60% CO2 sensor. They were attempting to use the sensor to read exhaled carbon dioxide in an application similar to capnography, but were getting unexpected results.         To test the sensor, the client was breathing directly on the sensor and graphing the CO2 levels in real time using our GasLab® software. The software reported that the sensor peak readings were flat (see red lines). After verifying the sensor was not damaged, the client...

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Gas Sensors in Medical and Healthcare Applications

Gas Sensors in Medical and Healthcare Applications
The medical and healthcare industries rely on oxygen and carbon dioxide gas sensors in every aspect of patient care. These gases are measured in both the breath and the blood.

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Analog vs. Digital Gas Sensors: What's the Difference?

Analog vs. Digital Gas Sensors: What's the Difference?
Analog and digital outputs from gas sensors are different. Know which one you need before you buy.

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Using RS485 Protocol with Gas Sensors

Using RS485 Protocol with Gas Sensors
The RS485 protocol is used for long-distance communication or to connect different sensors from different manufacturers.

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Wireless Gas Sensor Using Bluetooth

Wireless Gas Sensor Using Bluetooth
How to connect a gas sensor via Bluetooth wireless for experiments, scientific or industrial applications.

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