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Gas Sensing Solutions to Attend Sensor Expo Japan to Boost its Presence in Asia

23 August 2018

Gas Sensing Solutions (GSS), a manufacturer of NDIR carbon dioxide sensors and custom solutions, will be exhibiting at Sensor Expo Japan 2018 with its Japanese One of several demos that will be at the Expo showing how fast GSS sensors can measure CO2 levels. Source: GSSOne of several demos that will be at the Expo showing how fast GSS sensors can measure CO2 levels. Source: GSSpartner, GEC. They will be in booth S32 in East Hall of Tokyo Big Sight Sept. 26-28.

"Growing our presence in the Japanese market is a key strategy in our international growth plan," said Lily Liu, business development manager at GSS. "The Japanese electronics industry is renowned for pioneering innovative solutions based on new technology, such as our award-winning CO2 sensors. These next-generation sensors offer lower power, greater speed and robustness, which opens up new application areas that may not have been possible before. For example, CO2 sensors for food processing applications to help keep food fresher for longer; wearable alarms for people entering potentially high CO2 concentration areas at work, such as factories and breweries; and measuring CO2 levels in exhaled breath to monitor and help treat lung diseases."

GSS has three families of standard products that each focus on a particular strength of its technology, like low power, high speed and robustness. GSS will have demos on its stand to show these three strengths. The CozIR®-LP shows how a battery-powered CO2 sensor can be used for Demand Control Ventilation. The SprintIR®-6S demo shows how fast the sensor responds to changes in CO2 - in less than a second and right up to 100 percent CO2 concentrations. The ExplorIR® robustness is proven by having it working inside a ball being thrown around the stand. This robustness comes from the sensors being solid-state, enabling them to be used in harsh conditions of vibration and pressure changes such as on vehicles, aircraft or even spacecraft. As the company manufactures its sensors, it also offers a custom CO2 sensor design service.

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