Brand: Lascar Electronic - Corintech
EL-WEM continuously monitors indoor air quality, includes a colored status ring to display the IAQ level at a glance. EL-WEM automatically sends the data to the EasyLog Cloud, allowing to analyze the measurement of PM2.5 and PM10 particles, volatile organic compounds (VOC), temperature, humidity and pressure.
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The Key to Comfort and Health
The EL-WEM continually monitors Indoor Air Quality, with a coloured status ring to
display the IAQ level at a glance. It also automatically uploads data to the EasyLog
Cloud, allowing your complete set of data measurements of PM2.5 and PM10 particles, volatile organic compounds (VOC), temperature, humidity and pressure.to be viewed, analysed and downloaded from any internet-enabled device.
he IAQ level is rated in five levels from Excellent to Inadequate, and if it reaches either
of the two lowest levels the status ring turns red. Using the EasyLog Cloud, you can set
emails and SMS messages to notify you as soon as this happens. You can also activate
an audible alert sounder, and set a daily Do Not Disturb period if you wish.
The EL-WEM is simple to set up, with a single button press and the EasyLog Cloud App.
A power supply is included and the unit also has an internal back-up battery, allowing it
to continue operating in low power mode if mains power is temporarily lost.
EasyLog’s EL-WEM device continuously observes Indoor Air Quality, monitoring particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10) temperature, humidity, VOC’s and pressure to ensure that air quality is always excellent.
If the air quality becomes poor, an alert is automatically sent to selected users to warn them of the change.
Thanks to the device’s Cloud-connectivity, all readings are automatically uploaded to the EasyLog Cloud. Simply set up the EL-WEM using the EasyLog Cloud App and benefit from 24/7 access to data via the EasyLog Cloud.
What Contributes to Indoor Air Quality?
Air quality is a key contributor to feeling comfortable, and staying healthy, at work and in the home. The EL-WEM uses a silent fan to sample the air around it, with the internal sensors measuring five important factors.
Particulate Matter (PM)
Tiny particles that hang in the air include pollen, dust, mould spores and soot from engines and fires. In high concentrations these can cause allergic reactions and health problems. The EL-WEM measures two types: PM10 and the extremely small PM2.5.
Our bodies immediately sense if we are too hot or too cold, but temperature changes can also cause physical reactions that affect our susceptibility to viruses and other airborne diseases. Poor temperatures can also accelerate the growth of mould and bacteria on indoor surfaces.
The amount of moisture in the air can affect how well our bodies can maintain a comfortable internal temperature. Low levels can lead to irritated skin and eyes, and high humidity can stimulate mould growth.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s)
VOC’s are gases and chemicals in the air that can have health effects. Many common
chemicals and materials emit VOCs, sometimes over long periods of time. These include paint and varnishes, cleaning products and air fresheners, plastics, fabrics and many more.
High atmospheric pressure can exacerbate joint pain and contribute to headaches and
migraines. It can also have an effect on blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
How Can I Improve Indoor Air Quality?
The easiest and most important way is to open windows to allow fresh air in, and also to encourage air circulation by opening any internal doors. Also use fans and ventilators where available, and keep rooms clean and free of dust and pet hair. Remove sources of pollutants such as chemicals and cleaning products, and make sure all sources of combustion emissions (such as boilers and cookers) are clean and well maintained. Air conditioning systems and dehumidifiers can help keep both the temperature and humidity within comfortable limits.
The EL-WEM Indoor Air Quality Monitor is the perfect device for a wide range of applications including: Home, Commercial Facilities, Clinics, Hospitals, Veterinary, Museums and Exhibitions, Schools, Colleges and Universities.
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