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    CO2 / H2O analysers

    Continuous monitoring for atmospheric measurement, horticulture and agriculture, greenhouses, fruit storage, industrial, volcanology, safety alarming, food and beverage, ventilation, air quality, insect respiration, eddy covariance, and more.

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    Photosynthesis

    Examine short-term physiological responses of plants to the effects of light, CO2, humidity, temperature, chemical and biological factors on leaf gas exchange.

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    Soil CO2 flux

    Soil respiration is a strong indicator of the biological health and vigor of a soil. Measuring CO2 in the soil can provide an indication of the impact of changing agricultural practices, biological processes in the soil, action of water on carbonates and soil contamination.

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    Leaf area

    Measuring leaf area contributes to all types of research in agronomy, ecology, plant physiology, plant pathology, carbon cycle studies and entomology, and can be done in the field or laboratory.

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    Light

    A variety of sensors proven to meet research demands in agriculture and horticulture, oceanography and limnology, global solar radiation, industry, the biological sciences, photosynthesis research and indoor architectural lighting.

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    Data loggers

    For direct readouts of solar radiation, saturation vapor pressure, air temp, soil temp, humidity, dew-point temperature, rainfall, vertical light attenuation co-efficients, Underwater Photosynthetically Active Radiation (UW PAR) profiling.

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    Sonic anemometers

    For the measurement and analysis of gas fluxes, turbulence, wind speed and direction, surface of plant canopy, ventilation and control systems.

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    System integration

    We tailor-make complete ‘ready-to-go’ systems that allow sensors to be combined with other complementary electronics, data loggers, and software to interpret and report the data.

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    Eddy covariance

    The most widely used, accurate, and direct micro-meteorological technique for quantifying exchanges of carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, various other gases, and energy between the surface of earth and the atmosphere.

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    Chlorophyll Fluorescence

    Assess plant physiology using the ‘Pulse-Amplitude-Modulation’ principle. PAM fluorometers allow rapid, non-invasive assessment of photosynthetic energy conversion. PAM fluorescence is applicable in the field, greenhouse or laboratory.

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    Other sensors

    SenSys has access to electronic sensory equipment and accessories from around the world. Talk to us about your needs – we’re here to help.

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  • AccessPro reaches any remote site

    Remote access and monitoring

    accessPRO is an innovative internet-based communication network enabling effortless and instant monitoring and control of any equipment or technology in any location, from any location.

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    WaterNet

    Accessible water management information for dairying and horticultural success.

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Everything SenSys does is about sensing, measurement and process control using the Internet.

Then we add something unique.

Intelligence. Specifically, your intelligence.

With the range of SenSys controllers it’s as if your best manager’s eyes and ears are on the job – observing, enquiring, adjusting, responding, 20 times per second, 24/7, with no breaks.

SenSys products go beyond sensing, measuring and data storage – they incorporate internet-based real-time analytics to activate alerts and processes.

Intelligence, specific and unique to your operation and adjustable at any time by you, is in the mix.

 

SenSys specialises in

• the design, manufacture and distribution of new generation, end-to-end measurement and control systems with intelligence for dairy and arable farming, industrial applications, factory processing, scientific research;

•  monitoring and reporting systems with distributed process control and detection of differences, pattern, and problems before they become a problem;

• low-power and wide-area networks (NaaS), information flow systems.

 

You are welcome to talk to our technology specialists about what you need to measure, sense or control.