The leader in air and gas sensing technology
Senseair is a leading global provider of air and gas sensing technology. Their focus is to make sense of air by providing the best possible measurement solutions, service and intelligence.
The company has unique expertise in non-dispersive infra-red (NDIR) technology which sets them apart. Connected IoT is an Australian reseller of their products, providing full installation, commissioning and maintenance support.
CO sensing with Sunrise
Sunrise is miniature CO sensor module for battery powered applications. It provides full control over integration of the sensor into a host system and flexibility in changing CO measurement period.
It is the first NDIR sensor in the world with LED technology that truly saves power while maintaining high precision.
Ultra-low power with average current < 150 micro amps
High precision with accuracy (CO2) +/- 30ppm
Self correcting calibration, so you can set and forget
Effective climate control with tSENSE
tSENSE is a versatile 3-in-1 transmitter combining all the necessary elements for effective climate control in commercial office buildings, hospitals, schools, and other facilities.
It measures CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity in the ambient air accurately without the need for additional compensation - true read.
Colour touch display with customisable GUI
PIN codes for access and settings
Air Quality Monitoring
The Benefits of Investing in Indoor or Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring Solutions
If your business operates in confined spaces, the quality of your air is vitally important to maintaining safety for humans, animals, and plants. Whether you need to monitor the effectiveness of your ventilation systems or fight a leak of CO2 in a keg room or refrigeration system, Connected IoT is your ideal partner. We have provided data logging from Eltek Specialist Data Loggers and CO2 sensors from Senseair for monitoring solutions to clients across multiple industries for over 25 years, and our full range of services includes support for consistent air quality monitoring.
Problems Particle Monitoring from Connected IoT Addresses
Particulate Matter (PM), also known as particle pollution, is the term for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Some particles, such as dust, dirt, soot and smoke are large or dark enough to be seen with the naked eye. Others are so small they can only be detected in a laboratory. Of these, particles less than 2.5 micrometres in diameter, also known as fine particles or PM2.5, pose the greatest risk to health. Eltek Specialist Data Loggers manufacture air quality sensors and transmitters for both indoor and outdoor environmental monitoring.
We spend up to 90% of our time indoors each day. Under this sobering statistic, businesses know that proper ventilation is of vital importance to ensure health and safety. CO2 sensors from Senseair and particle monitors from Eltek Specialist Data Loggers can provide critical warnings when the quality of air is compromised. Here are a few situations in which these sensors are crucial.
Carbon dioxide can quickly build up in confined spaces such as restaurant kitchens, decreasing the concentration of oxygen in the process. CO2 is a common feature in food processing service, including refrigeration systems. As it is an odourless gas, CO2 build-up can happen without the patrons or employees in the space noticing.
In meeting rooms, schools and office buildings CO2 levels above 1000 ppm makes people tired and less productive. By using CO2 sensors from Senseair it is possible to control the ventilation on demand and deliver more fresh air into the air space only when needed. This also reduces the running cost of the air condition system overall.
In manufacturing, particle monitors can ensure that your ventilation system is working efficiently and removing potentially harmful particles and dust from the air. Keeping a cleanroom that is free of particle contaminants is often a regulatory requirement.
In a warming world, understanding outdoor CO2 levels is becoming a strong consumer and business demand. While our CO2 sensors can’t reduce the level of CO2 in the atmosphere, knowing and monitoring CO2 levels is an essential step in managing their impact for businesses of all kinds.
What You Can Expect From Connected IoT Regarding a CO2 Sensor
With our decades of experience and dedication to remaining at the leading edge of data logging technology, you can be sure that you will be partnering with a team that offers only the most reliable and effective technological options for your professional needs.
Before we can design a ventilation system control or data logging solution, we need to understand the environment. We take this first step seriously, learning your exact requirements and offering our unbiased and independent advice.
We understand the importance of feeling confident in your technology investment. In this capacity, we act as a trusted advisor, helping you to fully grasp the technical specifications and other details that influence spend.
Integrating your new systems with your existing infrastructure or controls are another area in which we lighten the load. Our experienced team is adept at troubleshooting issues and supporting integration.
Why Trust Connected IoT Regarding a Carbon Dioxide Sensor?
Our clients continue to come to us for their data logging solutions because we have shown them that we fully understand their needs and can create a system that supports them efficiently. During our decades of experience, we have designed solutions across countless different industries, a versatility that enables us to address virtually any client’s data logging and sensor needs. If you are ready to put a rest to your indoor or outdoor CO2 monitoring challenges, contact us today.