Rüster carbon dioxide sensors
With the introduction of our new primeline housing and the "multi-board" we also introduce the next generation carbon dioxide sensors.
|In offices, schools, hotels, conference rooms etc is the monitoring and control of the air polution an important part of the comfort control system.
Rüster provides not only a high accuracy and long term stability with our CO2 sensing solutions but also a innovative and high quality solution!
NDIR is an industry term for "nondispersive infrared".
An infrared (IR) lamp directs waves of light through a tube filled with air towards an IR light detector, wich measures the amount if IR light. As the light passes through the tube , any gas molecules that are the same size as the wavelength of the IR light absorb the IR light only, while letting other wavelengths of light pass through.
Next, the remaining
light hits an optical filter that
absorbs every wavelength of light except
the exact wavelength absorbed by CO2.
Finally, an IR detector reads the amount
of light that was not absorbed by the
CO2 molecules or the optical filter.
The differance between the amount of light radiated by the IR lamp and the amount of IR light recieved by the IR detector is measured. The differance is proportional to the number of CO2 molecules in the air inside of the tube.
Duct sensor "Primeline"
KCO2T carbon dioxide room sensors
The KCO2T series of duct mounted carbon dioxide sensors are supplied with a 0..2000ppm CO2 sensor and a active temperature output.
Optional the sensor is available with 0..5000ppm CO2 sensor, passive temperature outputs, humidity or tri-colour LED /Display.
Using a non-dispersive infrared sensor for measuring Co2
The sensor can be used to ensure adequate ventilation while maximizing energy savings by ventilating at the optimum level, making these ideal for all types of ventilation in commercial buildings, industrial plants, laboratories and public places, such as schools.