Gas Sensing Solutions – a pioneer in solid-state NDIR infra-red gas sensors has added a multilingual option to its website. Following on from the launch of its brand-new website earlier this year, this major upgrade now offers customers the option to view
Gas Sensing Solutions Ltd.’s New Website Features Parametric Search Function, Easy to Use Navigation with Fresh New Design
GSS has just launched a new Sensor Evaluation Board to market. The SEB allows users to easily assess the performance of a GSS CO₂ Sensor in real-time while assessing the suitability for their application with no need to write software in advance.
The CozIR®-LP3 includes on-board power management, allowing the user to control sensor power consumption during measurements and when the sensor is inactive. The user can reduce active current consumption to <1µA without switching off the sensor.
Gas Sensing Solutions, a pioneer in solid-state gas sensors, has launched a new ultra-high-speed CO₂ sensor. The SprintIR®-R takes a reading every 20 milliseconds, making it amongst the fastest solid-state CO₂ sensors available today.
GSS has today announced the launch of the new EvaluatIR range of CO₂ evaluation kits. The EvaluatIR-A and EvaluatIR-M evaluation kits provide users with a convenient way to evaluate GSS CO₂ sensor technology in an easy-to-use battery powered package.
GSS continue their rapid international expansion plan by creating the lowest power CO₂ sensor on the market – The CozIR®-Blink. This comes just 3 months after the successful launch of 2 new sensors in June of this year.
Gas Sensing Solutions and Digi-Key Electronics have announced a partnership to distribute the GSS CO₂ sensor product range. Gas Sensing Solutions and Digi-Key Electronics have announced a partnership to distribute the GSS CO₂ sensor product range.
Our Carbon Dioxide sensors are heading for the far reaches of the galaxy once again! The CozIR®-A CO₂ sensor will be launched into space as part of the ‘Let’s Talk Science’ Action Project, in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency.