Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensing in Railway Cars
Demand-based Outside Air Management is managed in railway cars in the exact same way it is managed in buildings - bring in only the necessary outside air to ventilate a space with variable occupancy, to minimize energy usage heating or cooling outside air. Known as Demand Controlled Ventilation, or DCV, the theory of measuring Carbon Dioxide (CO2) to monitor occupancy and air quality is now applied to train carriages. Pioneered in France to improve the economy of the train, it is now specified throughout their inter-city stock, and has been taken up by many other countries in the same application.
Telaire T3000 Series | CO2 Sensors for Harsh Environments
Telaire T3000 Series is a range of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensors designed to meet the specific needs of customers who require CO2 measurements in harsh or difficult environments. Based on a series of modules, the casing offers a number of combinations to meet the needs of range, supply voltage and output type in various applications.
>>For full sensor specifications, see Telaire T3000.
- Meets EN 50121-2-3, EN 61373 (Class B)
- Optimized for in-car use
- NFF 16102 Fire/Smoke Rated
- Operating Temperature: -20°C to +50°C
- Storage Temperature: -50°C to +70°C
- Calibrated for sensor life
- ROHS, REACH Compliant
- LVD, CE EMC
- Global market leader in CO2 detection
- 20+ years technical experience
- Backed by stable corporate structure
- Low cost production techniques
- Fast implementation-to-production