LI-820 Applications

The LI‑820 analyzer is well suited for continuous CO2 monitoring applications that require accuracy, reliability, and ease of use. The LI‑820 is used around the word in a wide variety of applications including:


Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

With configurable alarm relay outputs, the LI‑820 can monitor CO2 levels and trigger an alarm if concentrations get too high.

Building System Efficiency

Building System Efficiency

The LI‑820 can trigger demand-controlled ventilation systems at pre-determined CO2 levels.

Growth Chambers and Greenhouse Control Systems

Growth Chambers and Greenhouse Control Systems

The LI‑820 can be configured to trigger venting or injection of CO2, keeping levels within a desired range.

pCO2 and Dissolved Inorganic Carbonates

pCO2 and Dissolved Inorganic Carbonates

The LI‑820 can be used to measure the partial pressure (pCO2) or total dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) for calculating CO2 flux for a body of water.

Application Note
Process Control

Process Control

LI‑820 relays can trigger control devices such as pumps or valves, and generate audible alarms. Activated relays are indicated by LEDs on the analyzer.

Atmospheric Monitoring and Meteorological Studies

Atmospheric Monitoring and Meteorological Studies

The LI‑820 has the stability and durability to continuously monitor atmospheric CO2. The included software facilitates configuration, control, data collection, and graphical data display.


For applications that require higher accuracy/precision see...

Other applications include:

Learn more about the following applications related to the LI-820


Carbon SequestrationCarbon
Sequestration
Gas AnalysisCO2/H2O
Analysis
pCO2 / DICpCO2 / DIC urban fluxUrban Flux volcanologyVolcanology
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