The attention to indoor air quality has never been higher due to the current global pandemic. So when it comes to measuring air quality, sensors play a vital role. They monitor and detect changes in air quality and communicate the valuable information fast. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the most important gases effecting IAQ. It is very useful as a proxy for other air contaminants, and therefore a perfect parameter for ventilation control.
You will achieve many benefits by using intelligent CO2 sensor:
- Effectively control the airflow
- Save energy and reduce costs
- Increased efficiency and effectiveness
- Alarm dangerous leaks
- Monitor temperature and humidity
- Create a safe and healthy indoor air quality
So, let’s talk about CO2. What is it and what does it actually indicate? Let’s make the invisible gas visible and address the low awareness of its potentially dangerous effects on the human body. We exhale CO2 and at high concentration it can harm our body and negatively affect our performance. Even make airborne infections, like the Coronavirus, spread more effectively.
Join us when me make sense of CO2 sensors and show how monitoring IAQ can help improve workplace environments.