Air quality sensors are essential devices for monitoring and improving the healthiness of indoor environments.

How Air Quality Sensors Work

Air quality sensors for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) are devices designed to detect and quantify the presence of pollutants in the air, including harmful gases and odors. These sensors provide real-time data that allows for the assessment of air quality and the implementation of corrective measures when necessary.


Air quality sensors offer numerous advantages. They enable continuous monitoring of pollutant levels, ensuring healthier and more comfortable environments. These sensors are crucial for controlling air quality in offices, schools, hospitals, industrial facilities, and other places where air quality is essential for people's well-being.


VOC and CO2 sensors find applications in a wide range of sectors. They are used for indoor air monitoring in buildings, assessing air quality in industrial environments, and controlling emissions in the chemical industry, among others. Additionally, they are integral to energy management systems and security systems in enclosed spaces.

Choosing the Right Air Quality Sensors

When selecting VOC and CO2 air quality sensors, carefully consider the measurement range, accuracy, durability, and specific requirements of your application. Also, take into account the sensors' ability to connect to control and monitoring systems. Choosing the right sensors is crucial to ensure accurate monitoring and timely action.


● Available with a CO2 Equivalent Output (CO2e) or a Total VOC Output (TVOC)
● Ventilated BAPI-Box for Rough Service Areas and BAPI-Box with Aspiration Tube for Ducts
0 to 10 VDC Output

• Automatic barometric pressure and temperature compensation
• Does not require annual calibration, and suitable for 24/7 application
• Traffic light status indication
• Set Up time less than 15 mins

Automatic Barometric Pressure and Temperature Compensation
Optimized for Continuously Occupied Areas