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    CO2 sensor

    I have a solution (I think). If, by putting a small ir co2 sensor in a scrubber can, but not in the head, rather building a buffer disk down about 1/3 of the way into the sorb housing the sensor. This would give a lot of advance warning when breakthru occurs and 1/3 scrubber life left to do whatever. I know packing the can twice not so great, but this is just a thought. Of course all responses are more than welcome.

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    Re: CO2 sensor

    I was thinking of something like this:
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    Re: CO2 sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by 19Hunter68  View Original Post
    I was thinking of something like this:
    What about a radial.

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    Re: CO2 sensor

    Hrmmmph.....I don't even know about an axial yet but, maybe EAC's if another small one was placed on top (change can size) or cut in two with room for sandwich (same can)??????? Loss of time, I imagine.
    This ,so called idea, is of course speculation at best I was just looking for pro's and cons as to the validity of this design.

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    Re: CO2 sensor

    ok....no thoughts then? guess I am talking out my butt. I will go back to the drawing board

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    Re: CO2 sensor

    I heard Oroboro is putting out a CO2 sensor for their units in the next few months....but that's just a rumor.

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