Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Telaire T3030 Series | CO2 Sensors for Harsh Environments with Analog Outputs

Telaire Amphenol Advanced Sensors
Telaire T3030 Series | CO2 Sensors for Harsh Environments
with Analog Outputs
Telaire T3030 Series
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Telaire T3030 Series is a range of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensors designed to meet the specific needs of customers who require measuring CO2 in harsh or difficult environments. Based on a series of modules, the casing offers a number of combinations to meet the needs of range, supply voltage, and output type in various applications. Example applications include incubators, buses, refrigerators, subway stations, and railway carriages, in addition to agricultural applications, such as glass houses, mushroom sheds, and pig and chicken sheds.
• Accurate Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Transmitter for HVAC control applications
• Easy mount with 2 external tabs
• Rated up to IP67 (build dependent)
• Available with potting
• Different calibrations available up to 20% CO2 concentration
• Analog or digital output options
• Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) measuring technology
• Shipped factory-calibrated
• Accuracy for 10-year life
• Extended operating temperature range
Subway stations
Railway carriages
Agriculture - Glass houses, mushroom sheds, and pig/chicken sheds
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Component Distributors, Inc. (CDI) is a value-added distributor of high-performance LED, Power, RF & Microwave, Wireless and Sensor component technologies. CDI distributes globally and provides local application support and customer service across the Americas. CDI delivers cutting edge power electronics by wrapping application support, development tools and design services around high-performance products from industry leading manufacturers.
About Telaire Amphenol Advanced Sensors
Telaire is the world's first and leading manufacturer of low cost NDIR Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensors. Telaire has over 30 awarded patents in CO2 sensing, including the original automatic calibration algorithm - ABC Logic. Telaire products are used in commercial and residential building ventilation applications, consumer air quality devices for the home, and controlling air quality conditions in automobiles. 
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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Watch "Compress Air with No Moving Parts! - Trompe" on YouTube

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Calgary researchers turn greenhouse gases into carbon fibre


Calgary researchers turn greenhouse gases into carbon fibre
A researcher at the University of Calgary says she has developed a method of turning greenhouse gases into valuable carbon nanofibres.
Mina Zarabian came up with the concept while completing her doctorate in chemical and petroleum engineering at the university’s Schulich School of Engineering.
The nanofibres have multiple industrial uses that included replacing metal in cars and airplanes, wind turbines, battery manufacturing and construction.
“This is a process that turns natural gas and CO2, carbon dioxide, both known as greenhouse gases, into solid carbon nanofibres which can be sold in a brick or powder for a lot of industries that utilize them,” Zarabian said during a tour of her lab.
Lines from tanks of carbon dioxide and methane feed into a small chamber the size of a balloon.
Once it’s exposed to extreme heat, black powdery residue appears in a glass tube. A piece of metal in the tube acts as a catalyst.
“It’s the secret sauce of our process,” said Zarabian.
“The good thing is it’s not something very magical or expensive or platinum or some super-fancy expensive metal. It’s a normal metal which can be found anywhere with a high amount of resources.”
Carbon fibres are expensive and currently cost about $100 per kilogram, she said.
Zarabian would like to see the technology eventually installed at natural gas power plants

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Liquid light, making various chemicals from co2.



Liquid Light is a New Jersey-based company that develops and licenses electrochemical process technology to make chemicals from carbon dioxide (CO2).[1][2] The company has more than 100 patents and patent applications for the technology that can produce multiple chemicals such as ethylene glycol, propylene, isopropanol, methyl-methacrylate and acetic acid. Funding has been provided by VantagePoint Capital Partners, BP Ventures, Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital, Osage University Partners and Sustainable Conversion Ventures.[3][4] Liquid Light’s technology can be used to produce more than 60 chemicals, but its first targeted process is for the production of monoethylene glycol(MEG) which has a $27 billion annual market.[2] MEG is used to make a wide range of consumer products including plastic bottles, antifreeze and polyester fiber