SprintIR®-6S CO2 Sensor
SprintIR®-6S is a very fast response CO2 sensor. With a 6X quicker response rate than the SprintIR®-W, 6S is the fastest response NDIR CO2 sensor available today*.
The sensor takes 20 readings per second, which makes it ideal for high speed sensing requirements, and for measuring rapidly changing CO2 levels.
The SprintIR®-6S measures up to 100% CO2 concentration, and comes fitted with a flow-through adapter.
With a compact design, the 6S can be easily integrated into measurement and detection systems. Its low power requirement also makes it ideal for battery powered systems, including portable, wearable and self-powered applications.
SprintIR®-6S is built on our unique patented LED technology platform and optical designs. It’s this solid-state technology that enables best-in-class speed, power consumption, and durability.
*Based on 0.1 litres per minute flow rate and 0-10% step change in CO2 concentration.
- Rapid measurements – 20 measurements/second
- Very fast response (see graph in datasheet)
- Ideal for low power and battery applications
- Fits neatly inside compact instruments
- Suitable for wireless, portable, wearable and self-powered systems
- Integrates with wireless IoT networks such as ZigBee, Wifi, LoRa, Bluetooth, SigFox and EnOcean
- High speed sensing – 20 Hz
- 2ml sample volume
- Miniature format/Small footprint
- Low power/energy consumption – 35mW
- Measures up to 100% CO2 concentration
- Solid-state – no moving parts, no heated filaments
- Vibration and shock resistant
- Digital (UART) output
- RoHS compliant
- Manufactured in the UK
SprintIR®-6S is available in measurement ranges from 0-5%, 0-20% and 0-100% concentration. The sensor caters for high speed sensing, and capture of rapidly changing CO2 levels. This includes breath analysis, capnography, metabolic assessment, and other real-time CO2 monitoring applications.
It can be used for battery applications, where low power consumption is required, including wearable applications.
Examples of markets where SprintIR®-6S CO2 sensors are being successfully used:
- Food packaging