Greenhouse co2 sensor
Traditional greenhouses in life generally adjust the indoor temperature, humidity, light, ventilation and other factors artificially to provide a suitable growth environment for the planted plants. With the development of sensor technology, the intelligent greenhouse adopts the combination of computer control technology and sensors to realize the automatic control of the greenhouse environment. Among them, the use of Greenhouse co2 sensor to monitor the carbon dioxide content of the greenhouse is an important aspect of the intelligent greenhouse environment control.
Greenhouse co2 sensor function
In the growth process of plants, in addition to temperature, humidity, water, light and other conditions that play a decisive role in their growth, the content of carbon dioxide is also a key factor. Since the main raw material for photosynthesis in plant growth is carbon dioxide, the carbon dioxide content in the air is relatively low. Therefore, measures are usually taken to increase the content of carbon dioxide in the greenhouse, but when the concentration of carbon dioxide in the greenhouse is too high, the plant will affect the metabolic activities of its own cells due to the low oxygen content, which will cause its own function to decline, resulting in slow growth . Therefore, the Greenhouse co2 sensor is required to monitor the concentration of carbon dioxide in the greenhouse, so that when the carbon dioxide content is too low or too high, timely measures can be taken to increase or dilute the carbon dioxide concentration, so as to maintain the carbon dioxide concentration within the current suitable level range.
Greenhouse co2 sensor model
How to regulate greenhouse carbon dioxide concentration?
Ventilation is an effective way to regulate carbon dioxide concentrations in greenhouses. The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is sufficient to meet the needs of photosynthesis. Ventilation can neutralize indoor carbon dioxide and outdoor air carbon dioxide, thereby maintaining the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air within an appropriate range. It is recommended to set up vents on the top of the indoor greenhouse, and adjust the ventilation volume and frequency according to the actual situation to keep the carbon dioxide concentration stable.
2.Reduce plant density
Reducing the density of greenhouse plants is another way to reduce the concentration of carbon dioxide in greenhouses. Too many plants will consume a lot of oxygen and release carbon dioxide, leading to an increase in the concentration of carbon dioxide in the greenhouse. Therefore, controlling the density and quantity of plants in the greenhouse helps to regulate the air quality in the greenhouse.
3.Chemical reaction method to supplement carbon dioxide
That is, ammonium bicarbonate reacts with sulfuric acid to produce carbon dioxide. Put dilute sulfuric acid into a portable plastic bucket, then gradually put ammonium bicarbonate into the bucket to generate carbon dioxide, and the reaction is completed in 3-5 minutes. The ammonium sulfate produced after complete reaction can be applied to the soil as fertilizer.
4.Use CO2 reduction equipment
Carbon dioxide emission reduction equipment is an effective technical means to solve the problem of excessive carbon dioxide in greenhouses. The device absorbs and transfers the carbon dioxide in the greenhouse and emits it outdoors to reduce the indoor carbon dioxide concentration. The equipment can reduce the carbon dioxide concentration in the greenhouse without affecting the growth of plants in the greenhouse.
5.Regularly detect carbon dioxide concentration
Regular detection of carbon dioxide concentration in the greenhouse is the key to preventing and solving the problem of excessive carbon dioxide. It is recommended to use a professional Greenhouse co2 sensor to regularly monitor and record the carbon dioxide concentration in the greenhouse. Adjust the ventilation volume and frequency in time to ensure that the air carbon dioxide concentration in the greenhouse is controlled within an appropriate range.