CO2 Sensors

For the Safety and Security of Children

The ability to create a clear, visual picture of ventilation enables decisions to be based on scientific evidence, and is resulting in the introduction of an increasing number of CO2 sensors at educational sites. This section presents the results of demonstrations and tests using CO2 sensors and information on their effectiveness.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) by CO2 Monitoring

We spend most of our time indoors, at home or in classrooms, offices, or stores. The greater the number of people in a room, the more CO2 there will be in the air. Inadequate ventilation results in poor air quality. This is not only hazardous to one's health, but also affects productivity and decision-making. For this reason, room air quality and ventilation are important.

CO2 Monitoring in real-life house

Air quality can be visualized house by constantly monitoring the CO2 concentration inside the home. We conducted a test to confirm in real time whether the home environment was kept comfortable at all times.

COMonitoring in indoor space

In recent years, ventilation has gained even greater importance as a way of preventing the spread of COVID-19. However, air cannot be seen with the naked eye. That's why we used measured COconcentration in actual restaurants to visualize air quality and determine if the level of ventilation was as thorough as the restaurant owners believed.

Customer story of SAF Tehnika

Aranet4 is an innovative battery-powered stand-alone wireless air quality sensor for monitoring CO2, temperature, relative humidity and atmospheric pressure for your home, school, office, and other indoor environments. The device is portable, simple to install, and easy to operate. It has an innovative e-ink display to show the current readings with a visual traffic light indicator and audial alarm to notify you when the air quality unhealthy.

About Senseair

Senseair, which became a member of the Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM) Group in 2018, is a leading global provider of gas sensors using NDIR: Non-Dispersive InfraRed technology. Our goal is to constantly develop and mass-produce new gas sensor technologies.