If you managed to survive that awful stench that hung over Gauteng last week, it’s time to think seriously about air quality monitoring in your home and business with EUCA Technologies.
Michael Sun, COJ MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services Department (EISD) reassured residents and business owners that the stench was likely to be a passing event and has since subsided over the weekend. He attributed the bad smell to the dispersion of pollution from the Highveld Priority Area and the industrial complex of Mpumalanga, which runs more power generation and petrochemical industrial operations.
With the added concerns of living in a pandemic, indoor air quality has become an even more important factor to consider, and so naturally CO2 monitoring is critical to ensuring a healthy environment. Whether the business you’re looking to monitor is a factory, laboratory or even a gym, office space, restaurant or you simply wish to monitor your home, cost-effective HOBO MX1102A CO2 loggers provide the accurate data you need, with the convenience of Bluetooth.
Monitor CO2, Temperature and Humidity Indoors
We highly recommend the HOBO MX1102A – a compact, battery-powered, Bluetooth-enabled data logger for conveniently measuring and recording CO2, temperature, and relative humidity in buildings.
30-meter connection range
With the addition of Onset’s MX Gateway device, data can be collected from the HOBO MX1102A logger and automatically sent via Ethernet or WiFi communication to HOBOlink, Onset’s cloud-based platform. With HOBOlink, data can be viewed anywhere at any time, simply by logging into an online user account, which can also be set up to send alarm notifications via text or email should condition exceed user-set thresholds.
The hazard scale below is an example reference when reading out carbon dioxide data from a CO2 monitoring device, keeping in mind different sensor brands can slightly differ.