S158 CO2 Analyzer 0-10%

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S158-P CO2 Analyzer

S158 CO2 Analyzer is a single channel non-dispersive infrared CO2 analyzer that measures CO2 in 0 to 10% range (standard) with better than 0.01% accuracy. Custom ranges from a maximum of 5000ppm to 10% are available. S158 CO2 analyzer includes built-in temperature control of the sensor for greater stability of the signal, especially under field conditions. This analyzer is ideal for CO2 exchange measurements in larger or more active animals and in situations where high CO2 fluxes may occur, such as fermentation processes.

The S158 shares the same infrared technology and modular design as the S157 CO2 Analyzer. The analyzer may be used in a flow-through gas exchange configuration for instantaneous and continuous measurements of CO2 exchange. It can also be used in an injection mode when the injection septum is employed for the detection of CO2 levels in gas samples collected earlier. The S158 may also be used as part of Qubit Systems’ CO2 control system for regulating pCO2 in the growth cabinet or part of our Q-DCO2 system for measurements of dissolved CO2 levels in liquid. The S158 may be manufactured with a built-in gas pump (S158-P) or with built-in gas pump and Flow Monitor (S158-PF).  The S158 CO2 analyzer can be used with our data acquisition interface and software C901 Logger Pro) or other systems. A data cable with analog output of 0-5V is provided.

  • Standard range of 0 – 10% CO2, custom ranges available
  • 0.01% CO2 on digital display, better resolution in software.
  • Non-dispersive infrared technology
  • Modulated infrared light source = no moving parts
  • Built in temperature control of the sensor
  • 0 – 5 V analog output
  • Linear two-point calibration
  • Optional battery pack for field use
  • Optional built-in gas pump and Flow Monitor
  • Compact and portable
  • Weatherproof case
  • Respirometry in mammals
  • Exhaled air analysis in humans
  • Compost monitoring
  • Monitoring of anaerobic metabolism in yeast colonies
  • environmental monitoring
  • Gas control systems
  • Dissolved CO2 systems
  • Operating principle: Non-dispersive infrared sensor
  • Gas sampling mode: Flowing gas stream, sealed chamber
  • Maximum gas flow rate: 650 mL/min
  • Measurement range (LCD display): 0 – 10.00%
  • Analog output, low sensitivity: 0 – 10%
  • Accuracy: 0.1% of full scale
  • Repeatability: Better than ±1% of reading
  • Response time (@ 250 mL/min; to 95% of final value): ca. 30 sec
  • Warm up time (@ 22C): ca. 5 min
  • Output (linear) for Low Sensitivity setting: 0 – 5 VDC for 0 – 10%
  • Calibration adjustments: Zero and Span
  • Operating temperature range: 0 to 50C
  • Storage temperature range: -40 to 70C
  • Temperature controller max setting 50C
  • Humidity range: 5 to 95% RH, non-condensing (recommend drying gas stream)
  • Pressure dependence: +0.19% reading per mm Hg
  • Power requirements: 12 VDC via 120 VAC/60 Hz adapter or
  • Current requirements: 175 mA average, 450 mA peak
  • Dimensions (cm): (H x W x D: 17 x 40 x 30)
  • Weight: 4.7 kg
  • Warranty: 1 year limited
  • The performance of Brevicoryne brassicae on ornamental cabbages grown in CO2-enriched atmospheres. Ali Reza Amiri-Jamia, , , Hussein Sadeghia, Mahmoud ShoorbJournal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, Volume 15, Issue 2, (2012), Pages 249–253
  • Waking to drink: rates of evaporative water loss determine arousal frequency in hibernating bats Miriam Ben-Hamo, Agustí Muñoz-Garcia, Joseph B. Williams, Carmi Korine, Berry Pinshow, Journal of Experimental Biology (2013) 216: 573-577; doi: 10.1242/jeb.078790
  • Post-combustion CO2 capture using super-hydrophobic, polyether ether ketone, hollow fiber membrane contactors Shiguang Lia, , , Dennis J. Rochaa, James Zhoua, Howard S. Meyera, Benjamin Biksonb, Yong Dingb Journal of Membrane Science, Volume 430, 1 (2013), Pages 79–86

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