The CO2 Alert lets anyone in the room take control over the air they are breathing by alerting when the air is unhealthy.
The Airthings CO2 Alert lets you know when Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels get too high, so you can bring fresh air into the room, helping people stay healthy and productive.
Bringing fresh air into a room can be as simple as opening a door or window, but it can also be a sign for facility managers that ventilation systems need to be adjusted.
CO2 levels are driven by a combination of room occupancy, ventilation rate and outdoor CO2. As our buildings are becoming more energy-efficient and airtight, we get less fresh air inside.
Many of the ventilation systems we use today recycle air to conserve energy, essentially moving contaminated air around rather than bringing in fresh air. This results in high CO2 concentrations and poor indoor air quality.
CO2 monitoring is one of the easiest ways to ensure that your room has adequate ventilation to minimize the spread of viruses as well as to ensure that people in the room stay alert and productive.
The Airthings for Business solution monitors more than just CO2. Get real-time data for many indoor air quality parameters in just one solution.
Airborne chemicals (VOCs)
When CO2 levels go over 1000 ppm, the light ring on the front of the device will start to blink red, indicating that it is time to bring more fresh air into the room. You can also wave your hand in front of the device to get a visual indication of CO2 levels at any time. Green indicates CO2 levels are low, Yellow means they are rising, and Red means action is needed to lower the levels.
The Airthings for Business Dashboard shows all historical and real-time data for your CO2 levels as well as other indoor air quality parameters. You can access the dashboard anytime, from anywhere and view multiple buildings in one account.
Easily generate indoor air quality reports in the dashboard for your chosen dates. Take the manual work out of reporting and get a clear report that can be shared easily.
The Airthings team will help you find the best combination of sensors for your building. Once you have the devices, you can be set up in minutes.