LEFOO LFG202 ducted carbon dioxide transmitter is based on the fact that different gases have different absorption capabilities for infrared light in a specific band, and the concentration of the measured gas is measured by measuring the degree of infrared light absorption. Compared with electrochemical sensors, it has the characteristics of long life and good stability. The imported high-performance NDIR sensor is used for CO2 concentration measurement, with rapid response, stable performance, high accuracy, wide power supply range, and high enclosure protection level, which can adapt to various harsh conditions on site. It can be widely used in the measurement of CO2 concentration in pipelines, offices, factory workshops, laboratories and other environments.
* Imported high-performance NDIR sensor
* Oxygen free dependency, service life more than 5 years
* Internal waterproof and breathable membrane design effectively prevents water vapor from entering
* Good long-term stability and reliability, with ABC self calibration
|LEFOO Ducted CO2 Monitor LFG202|
|Protection Class||Shell IP65,Probe IP30|
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|LFG202||Ducted CO2 monitor||Model|
Imported high-performance NDIR sensor
No oxygen dependence, the service life is more than 5 years
Internal waterproof and breathable membrane design effectively prevents water vapor from entering
Good long-term stability and reliability, with ABC self-calibration
The CO2 Transmitter Shows the carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration in the ambient air as a measure for air quality. A common application is for the HVAC system and construction industries. It can be widely used in the measurement of CO2 concentration in pipelines, offices, factory workshops, laboratories and other environments.
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