Wireless Carbon Dioxide Sensor Works In Closed Or Open Environments

PASCO’s wireless carbon dioxide (CO2) sensor can measure the concentration of carbon dioxide gas in a closed system or an open environment without complicated, time consuming setups. Users can stream live data or collect and store data on the sensor using the its onboard memory, making it possible to run experiments for hours, days, or weeks. In addition, experiments for core metabolic processes such photosynthesis, respiration, and fermentation can be completed using the included 250-mL sample bottle and readily available organisms. With a zero to 100,000-ppm range, the sensor is also viable to study human respiration, decomposition, and even combustion. For more information, visit http://www.pasco.com  


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