Extension of sensor options greatly enhances versatile IAQ measurement instrument
Jun 22 2020 Read 413 Times
The well-tried modular indoor air quality (IAQ) measuring CAPBs® system from Systronik has undergone its latest expansion. A new handle for all existing CAPBs® sensor units is available in the form of the new CAPBs® device. The CAPBs® device displays the measurement data of all CAPBs® sensor units on the integrated colour display in a direct and application-specific manner. The sensor units on the top and bottom of the device can also be adapted in accordance with the “plug & play” principle. This has made CAPBs® even more user friendly and versatile. A quick and easy connection to the digital world of tablets and smartphones is ensured by the free EuroSoft® live app. The integrated QR code generator provides uncomplicated and quick transmission of the instrument’s measurements to the app, where recorded measurements are incorporated in professional measurement reports.
A lot of hard work went in to developing the CAPBs® AQ36 sensor unit, which is also new: It is a real all-rounder for evaluating indoor air quality (IAQ). This sensor unit measures both carbon dioxide concentration as well as the humidity and temperature of the room air. The high-precision CO2 infrared sensor is extremely robust and stable over long term. Specified CO2 averages can be checked and documented. The AQ36 is ideally suitable for measuring and evaluating the quality of indoor air and adjusting ventilation and air conditioning systems in accordance with EN 13779 or TRGS 900. The combination of the CAPBs® device and the AQ36 sensor unit results in a complete ready-to-use measuring instrument.
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