Flight-Ready Greenhouse Gas Analyzer Simultaneously Measures CO2, CH4 and H2O in Real-Time
Jul 04 2009
The new G1301-m flight-ready trace gas analyzer from Picarro (USA) is the first GHG monitor to provide high precision and accuracy for CO2, CH4 and H2O in a compact instrument designed for continuous operation at altitudes up to 10,000 meters (30,0000 feet) and with climb/descent rates as high as 1 km/minute. The analyzer is also equipped to manage the rigorous vibration profiles of aircraft, ships and similar environments. Developed and tested in close cooperation with scientists at NOAA, the Picarro G1301-m enables direct, real-time sampling and analysis in-flight, eliminating the time, cost and limited data sampling associated with traditional sample capture for lab-bound instruments. The instrument is based on Picarro’s wavelength-scanned cavity ring down (WS-CRDS) technology, proven in demanding laboratory applications and challenging field locations such as Mauna Loa and CarboAfrica (Ivory Coast). Like the company’s other WS-CRDS based products, this new analyzer provides decades of linear dynamic range and is simple to install and operate. Plus it does not require frequent re-calibration, unlike other technologies.
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