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8200-01S Smart Chamber

Quickly and comfortably assess the spatial variability of a wide range of gas species— such as CO2CH4, or N2O— with this portable, self-powered 20 cm survey chamber and a gas analyzer.

  • SKU : E473-8200-01S
  • Manufacturer: Li-Cor
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The Smart Chamber Advantage

Built on a foundation of soil chamber innovations and patents, the Smart Chamber also includes many other beneficial features for researchers.

Real-time flux processing

The Smart Chamber controls gas flow to the analyzer and provides real-time flux calculations when connected to LI-COR Gas Analyzers for CO2CH4, or N2measurements. Flux data are integrated with auxiliary sensor data, GPS information, and time stamps, and can be viewed in real time or saved and downloaded later.

Web server and graphical user interface

See your fluxes with real-time calculations powered by an embedded Wi-Fi web server. Monitor Smart Chamber measurements and diagnostics and view data files using your smartphone, tablet, or laptop, through an intuitive, browser-based graphical user interface.

Ultimate gas analyzer flexibility

Choose your gas species by interest—not analyzer compatibility. The Smart Chamber can connect to third-party gas analyzers. Data is collected concurrently with Smart Chamber data and the two sets can later be merged with SoilFluxPro Software to calculate fluxes.

The Smart Chamber can even be used without a gas analyzer with the Trace Gas Sampling Kit. This simple add-on allows you to collect gas samples and use the Smart Chamber for time, location, auxiliary measurements, and other data.

Built for field research

Built with field researchers in mind, the Smart Chamber is easily portable and self-powered with batteries that last up to 34 hours (2 batteries, 17 hours per battery and 2 minutes per collar active time, 20 collars total per hour). Monitor flux measurements from your mobile device and track measurement locations with GPS data. Later, visualize a map of your fluxes using Google Earth and a .kml file created in SoilFluxPro.