CO2 monitor shows average levels

Medem, CO2 monitor, carbon dioxide, ventilation

Medem’s Inair CO2 monitoring system can display minimum, maximum and average CO2 levels in a classroom. It is claimed to be the only system for monitoring CO2 that can display average levels. The device can also control ventilation rates via a relay or 0 to 10 V output, directly or through a BMS.

Recent studies have shown that even moderately elevated levels of CO2 over a sustained period can significantly impair decision making and performance.

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