IRGASON
 
IRGASON Integrated CO2/H2O Open-Path Gas Analyzer & 3D Sonic Anemometer
 
Sonic Environment Option
-SS1 -SS1 Sonic Sensor, Std
-SS2 -SS2 Sonic Sensor, Harsh
CR6 Options
-NM -NM No CR6 Mounting
-MM -MM CR6 Mount w/o DL
-6NA -6NA w/CR6-NA Mounted
Pressure Sensor Options - show details
-BB -BB Basic Barometer
Choose this option to get a barometer with a total accuracy of ±2.2 kPa (0° to +85°C).
-EB -EB Enhanced Barometer
Choose this option to get a barometer with a total accuracy of ±0.85 kPa (0° to +60°C).

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Common Accessories

L31022
 
The Zero Air Generator is a low-cost, handheld source of zero air (air that has been scrubbed of CO2 and water vapor) to be used for zeroing infrared gas analyzers (IRGAs). The 31022 consists of a small pump and a molecular sieve. The pump is powered by 2 AA batteries.
38476
 
There are three memory card options. The 38476 is one of them. The 38476 is a 16 GB microSD flash-memory card designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications in which customers require higher reliability, endurance, and performance but also seek a cost-effective solution to meet budget-planning requirements.
L27158
 
There are three memory card options. The 27158 is one of them. The 27158 is a 2 GB microSD flash-memory card. This card is designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications. The card uses single-level cell (SLC) memory, which aids in its ability to operate over wide temperature ranges, consume less power, and provide a reliable data-storage medium through more read-write cycles.
L17752
 
The 17752 is a multiple-slot, high-speed reader/writer that allows a computer to read a memory card. When used with Campbell Scientific equipment, the 17752 typically reads data stored on CompactFlash or microSD cards, but it can read many different types of memory cards. The 17752 connects to the computer's USB port.
CR1000KD
 
The CR1000KD is a portable keyboard and display screen for our data loggers that have a CS I/O port, including the CR1000, CR1000X, CR800, CR850, and CR6. It allows you to check the data logger's status, display or plot sensor readings and stored values, and enter numeric data or change port/flag state. One CR1000KD may be carried from station to station in a data logger network.
FW05
 
At least two FW05 thermocouples per IRGASON® are needed; four are recommended. The FW05 consists of a 0.0005" diameter, type E thermocouple mounted on a stainless-steel bayonet. This thermocouple features a simplified junction design over its predecessor, the FWTC05. The FW05's measurement junction resembles that of the 127 thermocouple, used with CA27. The FW/ENC carry case is required (see below).
FW/ENC
 
An FW/ENC Fine Wire Carrying Case is required to ship or carry the fine wire thermocouples. The case can house up to four FW05s.
FWC-L
 
FWC-L Connector Cable for Fine Wire TCs
 
An FWC-L Connector Cable is required for each FW05 ordered. A 35-foot cable length (i.e., FWC-L35) is recommended; four feet of this cable should be bundled inside of the enclosure to minimize heat conduction on the terminal strips. The remaining 31 feet is for mounting the FW05 onto the side of the IRGASON® head.
L10080
 
The 10080 Thermocouple Cover is placed over the Omega-brand thermocouple connectors and is used to mount the connectors to the side of the IRGASON® head. It also minimizes temperature gradients across the connectors.

Other Accessories

EASYFLUXWEBH
 
EASYFLUXWEBH EasyFlux Web Software CSI-Hosted One-Time Implementation Fee
 
EasyFlux™ Web CSI-Hosted is a web-based software tool for monitoring CR6- and CR3000-based Campbell Scientific, Inc., eddy-covariance systems. EasyFlux™ Web CSI-Hosted is hosted on Campbell Scientific's own Microsoft Azure server, which allows for automatic updates and maintenance of the software. After users create an account, they are given their own IP address to allow them to easily connect to their data from an Internet-connected device. Monitoring a network of eddy-covariance systems is made easy with real-time data monitoring, customizable alerts, and data download capabilities. EasyFlux™ Web is compatible with open- and closed-path eddy-covariance systems.
EASYFLUXPC
 
EasyFlux™ PC is a free computer program that processes high frequency time series data, collected using a Campbell Scientific eddy-covariance flux system, into fluxes following community accepted practices. Fully corrected fluxes of CO2, latent heat (H2O), sensible heat, and momentum are available, in generic, AmeriFlux, and GHG-Europe ASCII formats.
EASYFLUXDL
 
EasyFlux™ DL is a free CRBasic program that enables a datalogger to report fully corrected fluxes of CO2, latent heat (H2O), sensible heat, and momentum from a Campbell Scientific open-path eddy-covariance (EC) system. Final fluxes are processed from raw high frequency time series data by applying commonly used corrections found in scientific literature.
EOSFD
 
The eosFD uses the patented Forced Diffusion (FD) technology to measure soil CO2 flux directly using an NDIR sensor and small internal diaphragm pump. It features onboard data logging capabilities that enable it to be a stand-alone sensor; however, it can also deliver analog or serial data to Campbell Scientific data loggers. This sensor compliments a Campbell Scientific eddy-covariance system. The included eosLink software enables you to connect, configure, and collect data directly from the sensor.

Replacement Parts

EC100
 
The EC100 is an electronics module used with Campbell Scientific's CO2/H2O gas analyzers and CSAT3A sonic anemometer head.
 
This wick can be placed on the bottom snout of the gas analyzer to help wick away rain droplets from the optical window. Recommended for sites with frequent rain.
 
This wick can be placed on the top snout of the gas analyzer to help wick away rain droplets from the optical window. Recommended for sites with frequent rain.
26559
 
The CM250 is a leveling mount kit for attaching the IRGASON® to a crossarm.
4905
 
The 4905 Single 4-Unit Silica Desiccant Bag is packaged in Tyvek. It is used to desiccate most enclosures (as part of 7363) and weather stations (e.g., 012 - 1 package shipped). The supplied desiccant should fill the initial needs of most applications, but should be periodically replaced. (The 4905 can be purchased in quantities of 20 as part number 6714.)

Services

 
A zero and span should be done when ambient conditions change significantly (i.e., seasonally). If the user does not have a zero/span kit to do this himself/herself, it can be sent in to Campbell Scientific. An RMA is required.