EnOcean-compatible wireless CO2 sensor

Gas Sensing Solutions, BMS, BEMS, EnOcean, CO2 sensor

Gas Sensing Solutions has introduced an EnOcean-compatible wireless CO2 sensor. Cozir uses room light to produce power and does not require batteries. Three readings are taken every 10 minutes and the values sent to a receiver so they can be used to control a ventilation system.

When it is dark, the sensor operates on stored energy. Fewer measurements are taken, or signals are only sent when critical values are measured.

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