Air quality CO2 / VOC
Drowsiness, headache, loss of attention - these can also be signs of poor indoor air quality. Make sure you breathe healthy air. Smart sensors keep the level of CO2 and other parameters in the norm and warn you that you should ventilate.
Where to use smart sensors
Benefits for municipalities and citizens
Healthier air in schools, offices and homes
Early warning of exceeded limits by a flashing red diode
Measurement of air parameters from CO2 through pressure to VOC (air quality)
Prevention of interior mould
Reducing the risk of Covid-19 infection due to more frequent ventilation
How it works in practice
- In school classrooms install smart sensors that measure a variety of air parameters.
- All data is accessible at any time in the Sencito mobile application.
- When the set limits, such as CO2, are exceeded, the indicator light on the sensor will illuminate red.
- Thanks to smart sensors, teachers immediately know when and for how long they should ventilate the classroom.