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Vaisala GMP251 Carbon Dioxide Probe

Vaisala GMP251 Carbon Dioxide Probe

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The Vaisala GMP251 Carbon Dioxide Probe is an intelligent, stand-alone probe for measuring carbon dioxide in life science incubators, cold storages, and fruit/vegetable transportation.

Features

  • Measurement range of 0-20% CO2
  • Intelligent, standalone probe with RS-485 Modbus output
  • Full temperature and pressure compensation
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The Vaisala GMP251 Carbon Dioxide Probe is an intelligent, stand-alone probe for measuring carbon dioxide in life science incubators, cold storages, fruit and vegetable transportation, and in all demanding applications where stable and accurate %-level CO2 measurements are needed.

The GMP251 is based on Vaisala’s unique, second-generation CARBOCAP technology that enables exceptional stability. A new type of infrared (IR) light source is used instead of the traditional incandescent light bulb, which extends the lifetime of the GMP251.

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