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A carbon dioxide sensor, often known as a CO2 sensor, is a device used to measure carbon dioxide gas. Infrared gas sensors (NDIR) and chemical gas sensors are the two most popular types of CO2 sensors.
A capnography device, which measures carbon dioxide, is useful for monitoring the health of the lungs as well as numerous industrial processes. The primary application of the carbon dioxide sensor, a gas detection device, is to gauge the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
The carbon dioxide sensor will sound an alert when the amount of carbon dioxide is too high or too low, and people will respond appropriately by following its instructions. The level of air quality is acceptable. This kind of tool is primarily utilised in daily life and production, and it has a significant impact on improving the atmosphere in which people live.
The use of carbon dioxide sensors is not widely spread, but it does include the brewing, carbonated beverage, coal, agricultural planting, agricultural breeding, and everyday life of people industries.
The Global Digital carbon dioxide sensors market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
For regulated ventilation and green building projects, the wall-mounted Vaisala GMW90 Series CARBOCAP Carbon Dioxide, Temperature and Humidity Transmitters are a great choice.
The sensor detects temperature, carbon dioxide, and offers a choice to measure humidity as well. The instruments are accompanied with a calibration certificate that satisfies the standards for traceability and compliance. Intelligent measuring modules that are field-exchangeable make maintaining traceability simple. The optional ornamental cover allows you to match the transmitter’s interior to the room in which it is mounted.
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