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INSAFE+ Carbon: a connected CO2 sensor to monitor indoor air quality in offices and public-access

Nexelec offers a wireless sensor range and IoT solutions focused on air quality analysis, safety and energy efficiency for connected homes and buildings.

The latest addition to the new generation connected range is INSAFE+ Carbon, which is a connected CO2 detector. It measures ambient temperature, relative humidity and carbon dioxide level. This monitor of air quality analysis shows in real time the level of air containment with indicator lights (green, orange, red). Thanks to its IZIAIR embedded algorithm, INSAFE+ Carbon calculates an indoor air quality index to help you take the appropriate actions. Thus, the use of such a device enables to check very easily and quickly the quality of air renewal and encourages you to ventilate the rooms if necessary.

INSAFE+ Carbon distinguishes itself by its ease of installation: it is wireless and equipped with batteries with lifetime greater than five years. It can also be integrated into most of connected ecosystems thanks to its large range of compatible radio protocols (EnOcean, Lora, Sigfox). INSAFE+ Carbon is also a connected push button that enables to automate actions and take control of various connected devices and services. The introduction of such a device provides reliable and cost-effective data to effectively monitor ​CO2 level, improve building energy efficiency while ensuring occupant comfort.

It is an ideal product to control indoor air quality in buildings, offices and public-access premises (schools, nurseries, hospitals, children's centers, retirement homes, etc.).

Why monitor CO2 level inside buildings?

We spend nearly 85% of our time in confined environments, where the air may actually be five to seven times more polluted than outdoors. In crowded and poorly ventilated places (houses, schools or offices), limit values can be quickly reached.

The CO2, naturally present in the atmosphere, is produced by the human organism during breathing. Its concentration in building indoor air is linked to human occupation and air renewal. CO2 is harmless in low concentration but it can result in health effects (headaches, palpitations) if concentrations in the air exceed 8%.

Therefore, CO2 is a good indicator of containment and air quality. If the air is not sufficiently renewed, the CO2 concentration increases as well as this of other pollutants (VOC, particulate matter, etc.). This is why the CO2 concentration in indoor air is one of the criteria that establish regulation regarding room ventilation. The current normative or regulatory limit values vary between 1000 – 1500 ppm. They apply to schools, offices and residential buildings.

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