LGR’s Nitric Oxide Analyzer (NOA) reports nitric oxide and carbon dioxide simultaneously and continuously with extremely high precision and accuracy. In addition, the NOA also measures water vapor (H2O) to allow for reporting of the NO and CO2 on a dry mole basis without the need for sample drying. The Analyzer is extraordinarily simple to use, may be set up in minutes and does not require cryogens or water cooling or, unlike chemiluminescence analyzers, ozone.
LGR’s NOA is designed for the most demanding applications including industrial process monitoring, trace gas monitoring, and combustion diagnostics. LGR Analyzers are particularly well suited for measurements in the field and have been successfully deployed on-board commercial aircraft for measurements in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere. LGR’s NOA is essentially unaffected by other atmospheric gases or changes in atmospheric pressure.
LGR’s new “Enhanced Performance” series incorporates proprietary internal thermal control for ultra-stable measurements with unsurpassed precision, accuracy and drift.
The Analyzer uses LGR’s patented Offaxis ICOS technology, a fourth-generation cavity enhanced absorption technique. Off-axis ICOS has many advantages over conventional Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy (CRDS) techniques such as being alignment insensitive, having a much shorter measurement time, and not requiring expensive and power consuming auxiliary components.