Air Quality and CO2
Dataloggers for air quality and CO2 are advanced monitoring devices designed to measure and record levels of atmospheric pollutants and carbon dioxide concentration in indoor and outdoor environments.
Dataloggers for air quality and CO2 can detect and record various key parameters in real-time, such as suspended particulate matter, chemical pollutants, temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration. These devices are equipped with highly sensitive sensors that ensure accurate and reliable measurements.
The operation of dataloggers for air quality and CO2 is based on sophisticated data detection and analysis algorithms, enabling rapid identification of situations with poor air quality or high CO2 levels. Moreover, these devices can be programmed to send notifications or alerts when certain pre-set thresholds are exceeded, allowing for timely interventions to improve air quality and ensure healthy indoor environments.
The applications of dataloggers for air quality and CO2 are broad and encompass various sectors, including commercial buildings, educational institutions, healthcare facilities, industries, transportation, and urban environments. These instruments are particularly useful for workplace monitoring, ensuring compliance with air quality regulations, and promoting employee well-being.
Thanks to their continuous data recording and analysis capabilities, dataloggers for air quality and CO2 play a crucial role in providing reliable scientific data to assess and enhance air quality and comfort in indoor environments. Their adoption offers significant benefits in terms of health, safety, and environmental sustainability.
Datalogger is designed to record CO2 from built-in sensor. In case of exceeded set limits alarms are indicated by LED, LCD and acoustically by built-in beeper.
The recording is performed in a non-volatile electronic memory. The data can be transferred to a PC via USB-C.
Recorder includes Traceable calibration certificate with declared metrological traceability of etalons is based on requirements of EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard.