Greenhouse Gas Visualization Technology Contributing to a Carbon-Free Society
Carbon dioxide/nitrogen imaging, ultra-high sensitivity, system design tailored to spectral characteristics
Toward a carbon-neutral society, there is an ever-increasing need for high-precision CO2 detection and visualization technology. However, general CO2 detection sensors are basically unsuitable for point measurement and instantaneous evaluation, making them difficult to use for evaluating CO2 gas generation, leakage, and absorption.
High-precision infrared cameras with cooled sensors are used as a solution to this problem. This technology enables CO2 detection with high sensitivity, even in applications where normal infrared cameras tend to lack sensitivity. Furthermore, the selection of the wavelength filter according to the gas type and the unique technology of cooling the wavelength filter itself enable imaging evaluation with high sensitivity and high speed.
Based on our extensive evaluation experience, we can propose effective evaluation methods in various situations and provide demonstration measurements and paid measurements.
This system can be used for air flow evaluation inside various equipment, gas leak detection, and visualization and evaluation of CO2 concentration changes caused by plants, bio-materials, CO2 absorbing concrete, etc.
- #Greenhouse gas detection and measurement solutions
- #Infrared high-speed camera
X6981 SLS / X6901sc SLS
The FLIR X6981 SLS / X6901sc SLS is an extraordinarily fast, highly sensitive LWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. The strained layer superlattice (SLS) detector offers shorter snapshot speeds, wider temperature bands, and better uniformity than current LWIR or MWIR alternatives.
X6981 / X6901 / X6901sc
The FLIR X6981 / X6901 / X6901sc is an extraordinarily fast, highly sensitive MWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. With advanced triggering, on-camera RAM/SSD recording, and a four-position motorized filter wheel, this camera offers the functionality to stop motion on high speed events, whether they’re in the lab or on the test range.