Smart Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Device.
Carbon dioxide acts as a simple asphyxiant; in other words, as CO2 levels in a closed room rise, carbon dioxide replaces the oxygen your body needs. When your body can’t get oxygen, it slows down and does not function properly.
Because carbon dioxide is an asphyxiant, it mostly affects your brain. At moderate CO2 levels, around 1000 ppm, there are observable effects on your thinking. These same levels also reduce concentration and focus, as well as create discomfort from breathing stuffy air. Overall, moderate levels of CO2, which are very common in office meeting rooms, schools, and even your home, won’t let your body function optimally.
At higher levels, around 2500 ppm, there are significant reductions in cognitive functioning, especially for tasks that require higher-level thinking. People feel fatigued and report having more headaches. These conditions are less common but can still occur regularly in schools and poorly ventilated buildings.
In any given indoor environment, when excess CO2 levels double, the risk of transmission also roughly doubles. Therefore making it much easier to catch a flu or cold from someone else in the room.
- USB power supply, DC5V;
- Wi-Fi connective (2.4G)
- BACnet MS/TP,IP(Option)
- Modbus RTU/TCP(Option)
- USB data export(.txt)(Option)
- 3.5”TFT colour display, 480*320resolution
- Capacitive touch
- NDIR CO2 sensor, 15years lifetime
- External CO/RH/ Temp sensor (Option)
- With CO2, Temp, Humidity calibration
- Data record interval time -1, 5 , 15 ,30, 60mins
- History data qty - 7000 records
- 7 days CO2 history data diagram
- 7 days temperature history data diagram
- 7 days humidity history data diagram
- With humidity sensor (+/-3%)
- With ambient light sensor
- CO2 high, low alert message reminder and buzzer
- Auto ON/OFF via ambient light
- C/F temperature display
- Auto change day light savings(DST)
- Multilanguage (Option)
- Nightlight option (Auto On/Off with ambient sensor)
- Auto backlight dim with ambient light sensor
Compared to electrochemical sensors, the lifespan of the NDIR sensor is lengthy. This is mostly because these sensors have no sensor burn-out, nor any sensor deterioration upon exposure to gases. Furthermore, the interference from other gases in the measurements is minimal to zero for NDIR sensors, depending on which gas is to be measured.