Sensaphone Sensors Monitor Indoor Air Quality to Maintain Worker and Facility Safety
To help facility operators and managers maintain healthy indoor air quality, Sensaphone offers a variety of sensors that measure conditions such as temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, smoke and airflow. The sensors are compatible with most Sensaphone monitoring devices, which provide the necessary alerting and data logging functionality. When a sensor detects a reading outside of the programmed high or low limit, users receive an instant notification.
The combination temperature, humidity and CO2 sensor utilizes a highly accurate and reliable dual-channel non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) sensor to monitor CO2, a precision thermistor to monitor temperature, and a thermoset polymer-based capacitive sensor to measure humidity levels.
The carbon monoxide sensor monitors CO levels from 0 to 300 PPM to provide reliable protection against the dangers of carbon monoxide. It is easy to install, and the 1-inch-by-half-inch LCD displays the PPM and menu parameters.
The smoke detector with battery backup and built-in relay uses a photoelectric sensing method and has tandem interconnect capability allowing up to six devices to be connected together. A 90 dBA audible horn is included.
The duct mount air flow transmitter measures the rate of airflow by monitoring the presence or absence of cool moving air. It measures relative airflow from 0 to 16 meters per second.
For more information about Sensaphone’s remote monitoring systems for specific applications, visit: https://www.sensaphone.com/industries.