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Enclosed CO2/H2O Analyzer

The next generation of the CO2/H2O gas analyzer chosen by leading flux networks around the world including NEON and ICOS.

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The LI-7200RS Enclosed CO2/H2O Gas Analyzer is designed for high-speed CO2 and water vapor gas exchange measurements. It combines the performance of a closed path analyzer with the ruggedness and low power demands of an open path instrument.

Now Includes the SMARTFlux® System

The SMARTFlux System runs EddyPro® Software on a powerful microcomputer to compute final flux results as data are logged. No preliminary estimates. No legacy programming language. Just final, fully processed flux results. The same dependable results you get from EddyPro Software on a desktop computer, only computed in real time at the site.

SMARTFlux is ready to connect with FluxSuite™ Software—to put your results and system performance information online. In FluxSuite, you can view results, get email notifications, and check the performance of your instruments from computers and smartphones.

LI-7200RS Resources:

  • docFeatured Publications:
    • Metzger, S., et al. (2016). Optimization of an enclosed gas analyzer sampling system for measuring eddy covariance fluxes of H2O and CO2. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 9: 1341-1359.
    • Aubinet, A. et al. (2016). Dimensioning IRGA gas sampling systems: laboratory and field experiments. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 9: 1361-1367.
    • Buczko, U., et al. (2015). Spatial variability at different scales and sampling requirements for in situ soil CO2 efflux measurements on an arable soil. CATENA 131: 46–55.
    • Burba, G., et al. (2014). Continuous atmospheric monitoring of the injected CO2 behavior over geological storage sites using flux stations: latest technologies and resources. EGU General Assembly
    • Degefie, D., et al. (2015). Fog chemical composition and its feedback to fog water fluxes, water vapor fluxes, and microphysical evolution of two events near Paris. Atmospheric Research 164– 165: 328–338.
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