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wireless datalogging sensors
The Wireless Smart Carbon Dioxide sensor uses a pulsed infrared light source to measure the amount of carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a strong absorber of infrared, so a reduction of the infrared from source to detector will be proportional to the amount of carbon dioxide present.
The sensor is only for the measurement of carbon dioxide in dry gas environments, and is temperature compensated and can operate in high humidity environments.
This sensor can be used to investigate the amount of CO2 in the air and how it changes over time. A Nalgene bottle, into which it fits, is included to create a contained environment for study of plants and small animals. (NB for gaseous use only. Not for use in water).
Temperature, Pressure and Humidity sensors included for higher versatility!
Bluetooth | USB | Huge Battery Life | Independent Logging
Wireless Carbon Dioxide Sensorhttps://docs.data-harvest.co.uk/1180/Introduction.html
Download from here https://store.data-harvest.co.uk/wireless-carbon-dioxide-sensor#res
Designed with new and existing customers in mind!
A new Smart Wireless range of science sensors that also function as data loggers in their own right using Bluetooth or USB connectivity. The new Bluetooth wireless sensors include a huge battery life and can be mixed & matched with existing SmartQ Sensors & Data Loggers!
Works with SmartQ
Our wireless sensors can be used in combination with other Smart Wireless Sensors or data loggers in the EasySense range, even more amazingly is that with the addition of a V-Hub sensor link you can continue to enjoy using your existing SmartQ sensors at the same time!
The Power of Smart Wireless
Our Smart Wireless sensors build on the design of our legendary intelligent SmartQ Sensors but adds Bluetooth wireless connectivity allowing users to connect to tablets and mobile phones using the new EasySense2 Software.
Not only do the Smart Wireless Sensors connect to multiple tablets and mobile devices via Bluetooth but they can also connect directly to a desktop computer and be used just like a traditional data logger whilst offering faster data transfer rates.