Since 1969, ADC BioScientific Ltd. has been designing, building and supplying infrared gas analyzers for measuring CO2 gas exchange.

 

Famous, single-channel infrared gas analysis (IRGA) technologies have been incorporated into devices used to measure carbon cycle through plant, soil and atmospheric gas exchange studies. Many “firsts için for the global plant physiology market came from Research and Development at ADC. They developed the first battery-portable photosynthesis system that allows experiments to move from greenhouse to field in natural trials. We have also developed the first photosynthesis system with microclimate control, which allows researchers to explore the photosynthesis process in more depth. We continue to lead the market with innovative, research-based analyzers for plant, soil and atmospheric research. They are very careful about transforming carbon cycle research with portable, accurate and adaptable devices.

Our atmospheric gas monitors are invaluable tools for a variety of research applications, from emergency gas detection to continuous and remote monitoring.

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Lambda T CO2 Gas Monitor and Controller

 

 

    The Lambda T is a high precision CO2 monitor using a new twin wavelength, non-scattered, infrared optical technique. This detection system ensures that the monitor is gas-specific and maintains long-term calibration stability.

The monitor is easy to set up and can be online and take measurements in minutes.

The wall-mounted, mains-powered device is IP54 rated and can be installed in greenhouses or similar harsh environments.

The system is free of expensive consumables and is limited to maintenance, filter replacement and annual calibration check.

The Lambda T has two user-configurable alarm points that close the independent voltage-free relay contacts. These contacts can be used to open a high CO2 source or to operate the ventilation.