Are You CO Sure?
Apr 16 2008 Read 1811 Times
Electronics’ (UK) EL-USB-CO carbon monoxide data logger could help in
determining the nature of the problem.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas which is both odourless and colourless. It is produced by equipment/machinery that isn’t working correctly and can be found anywhere from construction sites and furnace rooms to office blocks and homes.
Lascar’s EL-USB-CO data logger monitors and records CO levels in an environment over a period of time. This can help the user to determine where and when peak levels of CO occur, allowing corrective action to be
carried out to remedy the problem.
The EL-USB-CO stores over 32,000 readings and can record CO levels from 0 to 1000 ppm. Setup of the data logger is completed using the supplied EL-USB software, with the EL-USB-CO plugging directly into the USB port of a PC. Here the user can assign the logger a name, choose a sample rate (from a choice of once every:
10 secs, 30 secs, 1 mins, 5 mins), as well as determining a high-alarm level. Once setup is complete the EL-USB-CO should be left in the environment where the study is to take place.
The EL-USB-CO is available for purchase at £49.00 from the Lascar website.
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