Gas Sensing Solutions launched a new CO2 sensor aimed at Building Control, HVAC, IAQ and DCV applications at the AHR EXPO in Las Vegas.
A smaller version of GSS' current CozIR, CozIR LP is the latest generation of this popular product and is fully compatible with the existing device.
CozIR LP's physical volume is 85% less than the envelope of the current sensor and as with all GSS CO2 sensors it uses SmartIR LED-based technology, allowing for simplified systems and a robust design.
The new CozIR LP can be supported by a compact low energy density battery, negating the need for larger batteries and supercapacitors.
Grant Notman, who was recently appointed as Business Development Director at GSS, said: "With the advent of smart cities and increasing environmental awareness, the monitoring and control of CO2 has become a key green issue. Architects and building managers are now specifying elegant, thin sensor enclosures for consumer/public structures so the CozIR LP, with a height of less than 8mm, provides the ideal CO2 sensor solution."
Ralph Weir, who took over as CEO at GSS in December, said: "This new sensor release represents the next node of the evolving GSS leadership CO2 sensor roadmap and offers an ideal upgrade path for space sensitive and evolving battery powered wireless applications. We have a culture of constant innovation at GSS and CozIR LP is effectively "version 3.5".
"With every iteration, we try to improve every possible facet - this is a far more streamlined design, losing none of the performance whilst adding a greater flexibility for our customers who are seeking ever smaller components. We are hugely looking forward to launching it at AHR Expo this week - you can find GSS at booth C1072."