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March 1, 2017

Critical Carbon Dioxide Monitoring & Historical Logging [Show All]

Carbon Dioxide sensing joins temperature & humidity in the list of monitored conditions of Connect ONE’s alerting and historical reporting functions.  Now your customer can view the real-time carbon dioxide level of a room as well as receive alerts if the pre-defined low or high thresholds are reached.  Also, the carbon dioxide level can be logged for historical reporting.  The logging intervals are the same as temperature & humidity sensors, which are: 1, 2, 4, or 6 times per day, or bi-hourly, hourly, or semi-hourly.

Carbon Dioxide monitoring is critical for:

  • Agriculture including livestock monitoring
  • Greenhouses to promote bigger and healthier plant growth
  • Beverage & Hospitality where carbon dioxide is stored and leaks need to be detected
  • Indoor Air Quality
The Network Gateway module is required to monitor carbon dioxide.  It will accept up to three combination temperature/humidity/carbon dioxide sensors (previously only one sensor could be connected), as well as up to fifty 1-wire temperature sensors and probes.