This logger sensor is based on an electromechanical reaction between CO2 gas and the sensor. The result of the electromechanical reaction is voltage, measured by the logger sensor. The measure units are ppm (parts of CO2 per million of air).
Note: The sensor must be calibrated before every use according to the following simple procedure: connect the sensor to the PC through a USB module or a battery module. Wait for about 15 minutes to warm the sensor and press the pushbutton switch on the CO2 logger sensor for 3 seconds. Preferably this calibration should be performed in open space. A bottle adapted to the sensor is supplied.
NeuLog Logger Sensors are a set of independent computer based modules, complete with a data logger, flash memory and a sensor – all in one single smart unit. This autonomous plug-and-play concept allows for an easy, precise and fun way of conducting classroom and field experiments. Using up to 10 sensors plugged together per experiment, the sensors convert the measured parameters into processed value and can store up to 5 experiments in flash memory. The data can be viewed on a viewer module (optional), a PC or Mac, or on a tablet. Push-button calibration.
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