SpectraSensors Will Exhibit at Acadiana Flow Measurement Society Short Course

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Moisture/carbon dioxide analyzer and portable gas analyzer will be exhibited.

SpectraSensors, Inc. is pleased to announce that the company will be exhibiting its moisture sensor at Acadiana Flow Measurement Society Short Course (AFMS) in Lafayette, LA this April 17-18.

SpectraSensors will be featuring the following products at each show:

SpectraSensors SS2000 Moisture/Carbon Dioxide Analyzer.
Spectrasensors SS2000 Carbon Dioxide or Moisture Sensor is an extremely reliable extractive sensor using SpectraSensors' line-spectroscopy technology. The sensor measures concentrations using an IR laser and special software and electronics to determine the concentration of gas without coming into physical contact with it. The state-of-the-art technology was originally developed for atmospheric moisture measurement on Earth and Mars.

SpectraSensors SS1000 Portable Gas Analyzer.
SpectraSensors SS1000 Portable Gas Analyzer is a highly mobile, battery-powered moisture or carbon dioxide analyzer utilizing the same extraordinary sensor technology as the SS2000. The instrument is designed for convenience and offers fast and easy measurements in the field.

More information: http://www.spectrasensors.com
Link to AFMS: http://www.afms.org

About SpectraSensors
SpectraSensors, Inc. headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, California, was incorporated in 1999, as a technology spin-off of the NASA/Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The company is a leading manufacturer of optically based gas sensors for the industrial process and environmental monitoring markets. Typical applications include natural gas sensors to measure moisture and carbon dioxide, process analytical sensors for on-line moisture monitoring in olefins and bulk gases, and airborne water vapor measurements from commercial aircraft for the U.S. and International Weather Services. More information: http://www.spectrasensors.com

Sam Miller
SpectraSensors Inc
P: 800-619-2861, ext. 4106
F: 909-948-4166

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