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My experience pre-dates cheap sensors and limited to sticking reference spots on the subject and using visual analysis of the spot movements.
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You do know that the level of CO2 in ISS is 5,300 ppmv
Were can I buy the Gridguard with the Grid-Eye sensor ?
I don't know what your question is but a much simpler way is to use the DesignSpark Toolbox App which has conversions for lots of units i.e. temperature inc K to F.
Thanks Brad, good point on synchronous detection, I shall add that in.
Using the "stud finder" was a clever idea for a quick test, I shall certainly consider that as a option if I test the...
Alps Alpine's atmosphere pressure sensor is specifically designed for an ever-expanding list of product applications. We manufacture innovative waterproof and digital options with low noise and low current consumption.
CO2 is often used in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) applications to extend the shelf life of fruit and veg - keeping it fresher for longer. But how do you ensure the correct levels of CO2 are maintained, to keep food at its optimum quality?
To most people, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is simply a harmless gas that you cannot see or smell. It’s what we breath out, what we can use to extinguish fires, and what makes our drinks fizzy. So why is it important to monitor levels of CO2?
ALPS delivers a wide variety of high-performance magnetic sensors, and also ALPS has over 20 years of market experience.
Did you know?: the air on a busy street, with average traffic, may be cleaner than the air in your living room. Read how Honeywell's HPM Series Particle Sensors can help improve the quality of the air you breathe.
It’s well known that humans breath out Carbon Dioxide (CO2). So what happens when lots of people are together in an enclosed space? Would this have an impact on CO2 levels? We took our CozIR®-A CO2 sensor on a recent trip to Asia to find out!
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Weather station which displays temperature and humidity data when requested by the relevant gesture input.
ALPS HSFPAR003A Force Sensors provide highly linear output in a tiny package.