Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensor Modules
The Telaire Internal CO2 Sensor is a nondispersive infrared (NDIR) CO2 sensor that implements a single channel diffusion sampling method for automotive HVAC applications, including automatic fresh air control and safety sensing for CO2 refrigerants. Along with the patented ABC Logic™ lifetime calibration warranty, its low power consumption, compact design and simple product integration, make this an affordable gas sensing solution.
The Telaire T6613 CO2 Sensor Module is a compact CO2 module for use in HVAC applications, offering patented ABC logic technology and a lifetime calibration guarantee. It is designed to meet the volume, cost and delivery expectations of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
Telaire T6615 is a Dual Channel CO2 Sensor Module designed to integrate into existing controls and equipment for use in instumentation and applications up to 50,000 ppm. Dual channels consist of one CO2 channel that measures gas concentration and one reference channel that measures the sensor signal intensity.
The Telaire T6700 Series of CO2 Sensor Modules is designed for applications that require high accuracy in a compact package. They are ideal for use where CO2 levels need to be measured and controlled for indoor air quality and energy saving applications, such as demand control ventilation.
Telaire T6703 Series of CO2 Modules is ideal for applications where CO2 levels need to be measured to assess indoor air quality, such as residential applications. All units are factory-calibrated to measure CO2 concentration levels up to 5000 ppm.
Telaire T6713 CO2 Sensor Module is ideal for applications where CO2 levels need to be measured and controlled for indoor air quality and energy saving applications, such as demand control ventilation. All units are factory calibrated to measure CO2 concentration levels up to 5000 ppm.
Telaire T6723-8K5 CO2 Alarm Modules are designed for heater applications requiring high limit controls. They are individually factory-calibrated to trigger Alarm Signal at 8500 ppm CO2, Ventilation Warning Signal at 7500 ppm CO2, and Low Battery Warning Signal (for applications using batteries). They are compliant with the latest NF128 LNE test protocol.