Handheld Gas Detection - Aura-PT
Handheld gas detection with Biora’s Aura-PT has been designed to provide plant scientists and growers the ability to continuously monitor carbon dioxide concentrations within their controlled environment chamber.
Collected data of CO2 concentrations can be viewed remotely via the Biora Control System. This allows for continuous accuracy and refinement of gas levels in any grow space; ultimately leading to efficient production and healthier plant growth.
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Gas Sensor Options
|Main gases||Sensor Life|
|Oxygen (O2)||1 year|
|Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||3 years|
|Other gases||Sensor Life|
|Carbon Monoxide (CO)||1 year|
|Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)||1 year|
|Ammonia (NH2)||1 year|
|Chlorine (Cl)||1 year|
|Methane (CH4)||3 years|
|Nitric Oxide (NO)||1 year|
|Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)||1 year|
|Sulfer Dioxide (SO2)||1 year|
Q: WHERE IS AURA-PT MANUFACTURED?Aura-PT is designed and constructed by MineARC Systems in Perth, Western Australia. The system utilises quality components from companies around the world.
Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BUMP TEST AND CALIBRATION?The main difference is that a bump test determines whether the Aura-PT can detect if CO2 is present, while calibration checks that equipment is accurate. Bump Test: Checks whether sensors and alarms are working as intended, and failure might indicate that a blockage is present. In sum, bump testing assesses function, not accuracy. Calibration Check: Calibration checks start by “zeroing” the Aura-PT and testing that alarms go off after applying a high enough concentration of test gas. The resulting sensor reading should match the concentration listed on the test gas container. The device is accurate within an acceptable range of ±10-20% of the test gas concentration applied. Full Calibration: The adjustment of the sensor’s response to match the desired value compared to a known traceable concentration of test gas. This adjustment accounts for naturally occurring drifting and other environmental factors. Specially trained, qualified personnel are the only people permitted to perform full calibrations.
Q: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A BUMP TEST AND CALIBRATION?The sensor life remains the same, regardless of if the unit is left on or off.
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