Air and gas sensing technology
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 Senseair controllers interface to building controls in office buildings and schools to optimise air quality and minimise operational costs.
Senseair have unique expertise in non-dispersive infra-red (NDIR) technology which sets them apart. Connected IoT is an Australian distributor of their products, providing installation, commissioning and maintenance support.
Senseair specialises in solutions for a wide range of applications and industries including:
Indoor air quality
Outdoor air quality
Demand Control of Ventilation (DCV)
CO2 Sensors and Controllers
CO2 monitoring in Schools
CO2 monitoring in offices
Safety in the workplace
Specialise sensors and controllers
CO2 Sensor and Controllers
OEM CO2 Sensors
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.
Interfaces to Building Management Systems (BMS) via Modbus or BACnet.
Colour touch display with customisable GUI
PIN codes for access and settings
Demand control with aSENSE
aSENSE™ is an advanced transmitter for installation in office buildings and schools. It measures both CO₂ concentration and temperature. The data is transmitted to a BMS system or controller and can be configured with Senseair UIP Software. The unit is prepared for Modbus. Variations of this product are without display, wall or duct mounted. The ideal sensor for demand control of ventilation (DCV).
eSENSE is a CO2 transmitter for climate control. The unit is available both with and without display for fixed installation in and helps you save money by decreasing your energy consumption of ventilation while creating a healthier indoor air climate.
Demand control with aSENSE
OEM CO2 sensors
CO2 sensing with Sunrise
Sunrise is miniature CO2 sensor module for battery powered applications. It provides full control over integration of the sensor into a host system and flexibility in changing CO2 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
Senseair K30 can be customised for a variety of sensing and control applications. The platform is designed to be an OEM module for built-in applications in a host apparatus. K30 is a flexible product with two analogue outputs and two digital outputs that can be configured with Senseair Development Kit or other custom software. Variations include temperature, humidity, low power and fast response.
The Senseair K33 ICB platform can be customised for a variety of sensing, control, and alarm applications for Bio applications and high CO2 levels. This platform is designed to be an OEM module for built-in applications in a host apparatus.
Low Power CO2 sensor for battery operated devices Senseair LP8
Senseair LP8 is very compact sensor module which targets battery-powered applications. It provides a full control on sensor integration into a host system, flexibility in changing its configuration to further optimise power consumption. As an example a measurement requires only 3.6mC of charge equivalent to 11.9 mJ energy at 3.3V battery supply. The conserve battery the sensor is supposed to be switched off between measurements. Wide 2.9 to 5.5V supply voltage range enables long duty. The LP8 offer a communication protocol which allows customer changing measurement period and control Automatic Baseline Correction (ABC) period. Background- and zero calibrations are implemented as standard.
Why measure CO2
By using CO2 sensors for controlling and monitoring indoor levels of carbon dioxide inside building is important for everyone to consider for safety, health and even energy efficiency.
Too much ventilation waste energy for heating or cooling. If levels of CO2 increase inside a school or office building, then people get tired and less productive.
Applications in food storage will slow down or increase ripening and at the high end of the scale keg rooms could be a work hazard it very high levels of CO2 in a confined space.