The so-called smart agriculture is the application of modern science and technology in the planting and production process of traditional agriculture, to achieve unmanned, automatic and intelligent management.
Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) gas sensors are used to measure the gas concentration in the surrounding atmosphere.
The temperature and humidity control system can be used not only in greenhouses, but also in warehouses, cold chains, computer rooms, offices and other scenarios, with a wide range of applications.
NDIR is the industry term for "non-dispersive infrared" and the NDIR CO2 sensor is the most commonly used type of gas sensor used to measure carbon dioxide (CO2).
CO2 sensor is a kind of gas sensor specially used to detect the concentration of carbon dioxide gas in atmospheric environment.
one of the most effective ways to combat climate change is by monitoring and regulating the amount of carbon dioxide (co2) in the air. this is where co2 sensors come into play.
Improvements in NDIR-based CO2 sensors make them the most common solution for measuring CO2 concentrations, with higher accuracy over extremely wide ranges, up to 100% by volume.
An NDIR CO2 sensor detects and monitors carbon dioxide in the air based on the absorption of infrared (IR) light at a given wavelength.