Tektelic Releases Lorawan Carbon Dioxite Iot Sensor
TEKTELIC Communications announces the availability of a low cost LoRaWAN Carbon Dioxide (CO2) IoT Smart Room Sensor for accurate measurement and reporting of CO2 levels.
Today many public places such as kindergartens, schools, universities, restaurants, gyms, and others deploy Carbon Dioxide sensors to monitor the CO2 level inside of them. These sensors indicate the risk level of COVID, and other airborne virus distribution and contraction as higher CO2 levels indicate more air is recirculated versus exchange for fresh air. As an example, the CO2 level of 800 ppm indicates ~1% of air is recalculated, and 1800 ppm indicates ~10% of air is recirculated.
TEKTELIC's LoRaWAN Smart Room CO2 Sensor incorporates the latest laser technology to ensure it accuracy, no manual calibration over its lifespan and runs for over 6 years on two AA batteries while measuring and reporting CO2 level every 5 minutes. The device measures and reports not only the room CO2 level but its Temperature, Humidity, Light and other conditions. The Smart Room CO2 Sensor wirelessly transmits all measured data to a stand-alone E-Ink Display and a LoRaWAN IoT cloud Application for further analysis, alarm generation, HVAC and ventilation system optimization. This allows people to quickly adjust the environment inside the room (say open a door or a window when the CO2 level exceeds 1200 ppm) and informs the facility management and owners the building HVAC system should be modified or adjusted to increase fresh intake, airflow or circulation.
TEKTELIC's LoRaWAN Smart Room CO2 Sensor description and technical specification could be found at https://tektelic.com/
Barney Barnowski, VP of BD & Sales