soil & water CO2 sensor
The Eosense GP Sensor (eosGP) is a compact, waterproof CO2 concentration probe for continuous, accurate, in situ monitoring in harsh environments, and can withstand anything from searing summers to freezing winters.
The Eosense GP Sensor can also be installed in air as well as water columns to depths of 3m. The sensor is ideally suited for a range of applications from scientific research, aquaculture, climate change studies, carbon budgets, fertility experiments, and chemical and biological processes.
- Waterproof to 3 m
- Low power consumption (< 1 W)
- Quick equilibrium (< 90 s in air)
- Logging and visualization software
- Connect the eosGP to our range of telemetry data loggers or we can assist you in connecting the sensor to your existing data logging system
who uses the eosGP?
The eosGP is currently being used by researchers, students, environmental consultants, aquaculture managers, and in water quality assessments.
Currently, the eosGP is installed in many experiments across the globe that include researchers from The University of California, Berkeley, USA, University of Hamburg, Germany, and the International Tundra Experiments, Norway.
The eosGP CO2 Sensor can be deployed in either soil or water for long-term, continuous monitoring.
The CO2 sensor is encased in a robust and rugged environmental proof enclosure that will keep the sensor safe in the harshest field conditions for years.
The eosGP CO2 Sensor is ideal for scientific research, or in industry, such as aquaculture, for continuous monitoring of atmospheric or dissolved CO2. The eosGP is rated to depths of 3m which is suitable for most aquaculture applications.
|Ambient Temperature||-20 C to 50 C|
|Ambient Humidity||100 % RH, non-condensing|
|Power Supply||5 VDC to 24 VDC (12 VDC recommended), < 1 W|
|Accuracy||1% range + 1% reading|
|Response Time (T90)||< 90 seconds|
|Output||0 V to 5 V (Analog) | digital (RS232)|
|Dimensions (Ø x L)||5.1 cm x 10.7 cm|
|Cable Length||standard: 5m | maximum length: 30m (analog), 10m (digital)|
case studies and articles
eosGP sensor quick setup tutorial