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Who breathes good air is healthier, happier and can do more. Headaches, dizziness and permanent fatigue are often due to a high concentration of CO₂ in the air. TFA's AIRCO2NTROL COACH CO2 monitor helps you monitor how stale and contaminated the air is in indoor spaces where many people are present such as in schools, offices and public buildings.
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The monitor shows on the display the current CO₂ content of the room air, the temperature, humidity and the time.
Note: The CO2 meter must be connected with DC 5V electrical current to the USB plug continuously, using a computer output or a power supply.
The display’s illumination colour can be used to quickly evaluate and interpret the current CO2 readings. Depending on the setting, the illumination directly signals the current air quality in the traffic light colours (green, orange, red). Alternatively, the red display illumination can be used as an optical signal in the event of an alarm when a certain limit has been exceeded.As a further variant, you can choose a solid colour from seven shades or switch off the illumination completely.
The three smiley icons serve as a comfort-level zone indicator for the measured values of the last 24 hours. If the reading is at the level of the happy smiley, the air quality is ideal to good. In addition, the graph clearly shows the CO2 levels development of the last 24 hours.
The power is supplied via a suitable USB power source (PC, laptop).
The importance of air quality for humans
The CO₂ concentration in indoor areas is deemed to be an essential indicator of suitable air quality. Carbon dioxide is a gas that is poisonous for humans and, depending on the concentration in the air, affects their performance, their well-being and their ability to concentrate. Even when there is a CO₂ concentration as low as 1,000 ppm, most people feel the air is not good and the above-mentioned disorders occur.
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See air quality: CO2 emissions (metric tons per capita)
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World's Air Pollution