INDOOR SENSORS FOR CO2
> Simple solution for measuring CO2 levels indoor
> Useful tool as a preventive measure to reduce the risk of getting sick with the Covid-19 virus or to reduce fatigue
Performance and concentration can increase significantly if there is fresh air in schools and classrooms
Monitoring indoor air quality is an important component in the fight against air pollution
Clean air is essential for the health and performance of employees at work
The solution consists of a small-size equipment based on an NDIR sensor produced by Sensirion Switzerland. The sensor is pre-calibrated by the manufacturer and allows continuous measurement of the carbon dioxide concentration for indoor air, as well as humidity, temperature and atmospheric pressure.
The device warns you about the CO2 high level in a room and reminds you to ventilate when needed. In this way, the negative effects on human health can be prevented – fresh air can help improve the level of concentration, decrease tiredness, but also the risk of infection with Covid-19.
The measurements can be interpreted in real time, without the need for special technical knowledge, so that immediate preventive measures can be taken.
The sensor shows a color according to the carbon dioxide concentration. The optimal level of CO2 is marked by the blue color of the LED, while green light stands for a low concentration. The yellow light will indicate an increased concentration of CO2, while at red a ventilation should be done due to excessive concentration. In this way, the need for fresh air can be easily and correctly assessed according to the traffic lights or acoustic buzzer.
This sensor can be used both in the workplace or for study, as well as in technical spaces where there is a risk of carbon dioxide accumulation.
Constant real-time monitoring of the main factors influencing air quality in rooms.
Alert reminder for optimal ventilation of the rooms.
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