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  • Dissolved CO2 Instruments-Image
    Dissolved CO2 Instruments - (41 companies)
    ...dioxide, including meters, sensors, and probes. Meters are typically digital devices which attach to a probe and process an output reading based on an analog or digital signal from the probe or sensor. Like pH instruments and dissolved oxygen meters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Gas Sensors - (576 companies)
    Gas sensors interact with a gas to initiate the measurement of its concentration. The sensor then provides output to an instrument to display the measurements. Image Credit: Rosemount Analytical | Mettler-Toledo Process Analytics. Gas sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sensor Chips - (283 companies)
    ...sensor chips. Gas and liquid pressure. Load cells (force sensors). Chemical (pH, oxygen, carbon dioxide). Mechanical (acceleration, position, pressure, knock, rotation). Optical (single-chip cameras, edge detectors, and image pattern recognizers... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sensor Transmitters - (575 companies)
    ...from a corresponding sensor or transducer. Basic Information. All sensors convert a measurand (a variable to be measured) into a signal. Sensor output may take many forms depending on the sensor and measurand types, including force, displacement... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Pressure Sensors - (1093 companies)
    How Pressure Sensors Work. Sensor Technology. Selection Criteria. Performance Specifications. Maximum Pressure. Pressure Reference. Engineering Units. Accuracy. Pressure Conditions. Mechanical Considerations. Physical Constraints. Media. Process... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Level Sensors - (1093 companies) be measured could be inside a container or in its natural form such as a lake or river. A sensor is able to detect a change and communicate that change with a user. Level sensors are generally designed for a specific application, rather than general... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Liquid Level Sensors - (714 companies)
    Encyclopedia - Flow & Level Measurement. Selection Criteria. Selecting the proper liquid level sensor requires the consideration of a number of different factors. Continuous or Point Sensing. Level sensors can operate either continuously or by point sensing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Dissolved Oxygen Sensors - (128 companies)
    ...into concentration units. The term "dissolved oxygen sensors " refers to the entire sensor assembly, including the electrodes, electrolyte solutions, membranes, and thermistor thermometers. There are two fundamental techniques for measuring dissolved oxygen... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Opacity Sensors and Instruments - (87 companies)
    Infrared opacity sensors can be used to assist in the automation of the steam release. In this arrangement, a sensor is placed some length (up to 1000 meters) from the flame and is carefully calibrated to emit infrared radiation directly at the flame... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Gas Instruments - (956 companies)
    ...channels the instrument needs to sense through. This can be for multiple types of gas sensors, redundant sensors for the same gas, or for placing sensors throughout a location to get sampling at many different spots. Other factors to consider are response... Search by Specification | Learn More

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sensors installed in a school in Sweden. For a period of 4.5 years, the sensors where checked every 6 months by flowing a known concentration of CO2 to each sensor. As the chart shows all the sensors remained within 50 ppm of the known value over the evaluation period (±50 ppm is equivalent...

LEED certification credits include a number of indoor environmental criteria. To. satisfy the requirements for these credits and earn the corresponding LEED points, a. building owner or BAS designer must show that their interior climate control system. is capable of continuously monitoring air...

There are four primary reasons to consider using CO2 sensors in school classrooms. 1. Student Health Considerations. CO2 monitoring can ensure that acceptable levels of ventilation for the health and welfare of students and teachers is maintained at all times. Are Codes & Standards Being Met?. CO2...

Modern ventilation systems recirculate indoor air in order to minimize the amount of. energy required to treat outside air. Using carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors as indoor air. quality indicators helps to ensure a fresh outside air supply to building occupants while. simultaneously optimizing energy...

The role of CO2 demand controlled ventilation in reducing energy costs in building with high variable occupancy is well known. What is less well known is the role CO2 sensors can play in providing a feedback control to ensure that minimum outdoor air settings are not over-ventilating spaces...

...drink. An improved method of measuring CO2 uses thermal conductivity technology to. measure the "true" amount of CO2 in beverages independent of other gases. Hach Ultra has. developed and patented a TC (thermal conductivity) sensor with no moving parts or drift....

One sensor should be used for each zone of major occupancy or per air handling device if a number of devices serve a large zone. If occupancy density/patterns/usage are different in two adjacent areas each area should be considered a separate zone. Generally one sensor can serve up to 5,000 sq feet...

Monitoring the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) is increasingly being used as a surrogate for determining indoor air quality (IAQ) and to decrease energy consumption of enclosed office spaces. Currently available CO2 sensors for these applications, however, are not being used in private homes...

An unsatisfactory room air quality of indoor rooms (e.g. in offices) can easily cause tiredness, poor powers of concentration and even diseases to people. Indicator for the room air quality is the concentration of specific gases in air. The most important ones include: ?? Carbon dioxide (CO2...

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