Transmitter for CO2 measurements

Rotronic has expanded its measurement line to include carbon dioxide transmitters.

04/23/2012


Rotronic is expanding its range of measuring equipment with carbon dioxide (CO2) transmitters. This solution is the answer to many requests from customers, who can now choose from new measuring parameters. The CO2 transmitters raise energy-saving efficiency, analyze indoor air, and monitor CO2 levels in underground parking facilities and tunnels. The devices can be used for regulating ventilation in living areas, offices, classrooms, cinemas, and hospitals, and for measuring CO2 pollution in garages, tunnels, and logistics facilities. Rotronic also provides measuring instruments for control of incubators and climatic chambers. The method used to measure CO2, carbon monoxide (CO), and temperature is based on the NDIR (nondispersive IR) principle. The sensors are all calibrated, and with an auto calibration function will operate for many years without maintenance. The measuring range is 0 to 40,000 ppm, and the operating range is 0 to 50 C/0% to 95% humidity. A relay and alarm are fitted as standard.

Rotronic 

www.rotronic-usa.com



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