Cubic Dual Beam NDIR 5,000 ppm CO2 Sensor
The Cubic CM1107N Dual Beam IR 5,000ppm CO2 sensor module is designed to monitor and detect carbon dioxide levels using state of the art dual-beam NDIR technology at an incredibly low price. Simply add 5VDC power and a UART signal reader like Termite to monitor CO2 levels from your PC.
Dual beam NDIR technology makes this sensor perfect for applications like greenhouse growing or auto garages that are not regularly exposed to ambient air. Instead, it uses a 2nd reference detector that is continuously compared to the actual detector to compensate for long-term CO2 level drift.
- Advanced non-dispersive infrared technology (NDIR)
- High accuracy within the entire measurement range
- Dual-beam compensates for sensor drift
- Automatic or manual calibration
- Small, compact design
- Agricultural Greenhouse Growing
- Controlled Atmosphere Storage (CAS)
- Agricultural Cold Storage
- Auto Garages, Enclosed Parking Structures
CU-1107N CO2 Sensor Module - 5,000ppm, high accuracy, default non-ABC suitable for non-fresh air applications like agriculture, food storage.
CU-1107N-DK Development Kit - Includes CU-1107-N sensor plus USB/FTDI cable to talk to our free GasLab software.
- Target gas: Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Operating principle: Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR)
- Measurement range: 0-5,000ppm
- Accuracy: ±30ppm+3% of reading @ 0℃~50℃, 50±10%RH
- Sampling frequency: 1s
- Time to first reading: ≤30s
- Power supply: 4.5V-5.5VDC
- Working current: <50mA@1s average
- Signal output: UART_TTL 3.3V/5VDC, PWM, I²C @ 3.3VDC
- Alarm output: Reserved
- Life span: > 10 years
- Storage temperature: -30°C ~ 70°C
- Storage humidity: 0-95%RH non-condensing
- Dimensions: W33*H21.7*D12.7mm without pins
- Weight: 6.3g
- 90 days - See GasLab Terms and Conditions.
Use GasLab® for setup, calibration, data logging, and real-time data analysis via USB. GasLab makes it easy to export data into a .CSV file that can be imported into any industry-standard software or spreadsheet. GasLab® runs on Windows XP or higher, and is free to use with our product Development Kits.
- Windows XP SP2 or newer
- Microsoft .Net 3.5 Runtime Libraries
Connecting the sensor to GasLab requires a Devkit.
No calibration gas to verify against but outdoor reports 370ppm and indoor during night, 440ppm-700ppm and back down to 500ppm.
Used to verify my bedroom air was good enough.
I used this with my raspberry pi zero w. I used the I2C interface to communicate with it, but it also supports UART, which is great! I compared the readings with another NDIR-based CO2 meter (also with an internal reference) and the readings of both were in close agreement.