LI-COR – Trace Gas Analyzers
High performance in an entirely new, portable design
About the Company:
LI-COR is an environmental technology innovator for plant physiology, ecosystem, soil, light, water, and greenhouse gas research. In addition to eddy covariance systems, trace gas analyzers, and soil gas flux systems, LI-COR also offers atmospheric and underwater light sensors, leaf area meters, and software.
About the Solution:
LI-COR Trace Gas Analyzers add new dimensions to your trace gas research and monitoring. They provide the same exceptional performance in the lab, in the field, or on the move for CO2, CO2 Isotopologue, NH3, CH4, and N2O measurements.
Precise, stable, and portable, with low power and low maintenance requirements, LI-COR Trace Gas Analyzers are rugged and reliable enough for the most extreme and remote locations, even at high altitudes.
LI-COR infrared gas analyzers have been in use for 35 years. LI-COR laser-based Trace Gas Analyzers are accompanied by a suite of patented technologies that contribute to their robust design and performance in CO2, CO2 Isotopologue, CH4, and N2O measurements.
Solution Strengths, Weaknesses and Critical Indicators
NOTE: There are multiple technologies that are used as part of integrated manure management systems and yet are not manure management types on their own. The impact of these technologies on their own would be minimal or very difficult to quantify.
General Support & Other:
- Can be an integral part of many manure management systems
- Most projects have at least some equipment that supports operations of the main technology
- This technology is not evaluated on its own, the NEAT Matrix for this technology is neutral unless utilized with other technologies.
LI-COR has recently been added to the Newtrient catalog. Newtrient will continue to work with LI-COR to further refine the cost and performance information on their solution. Newtrient will update this entry as more information becomes available and as new commercial dairy installations come online.
1. OPERATIONAL HISTORY