Cleveron AG chose Sensirion’s SCD30 CO2 sensor for its new CO2 monitoring device. CLEVER Sense enables effective and smart ventilation in closed rooms and offers top measuring accuracy and reliability.
The trend of measuring CO2 concentrations indoors is rising steeply. More and more studies indicate that CO2 can serve as a good indicator for monitoring the air quality in closed rooms.
Since CO2 in indoor spaces almost always originates from humans, conclusions can be drawn about the risk of infection with viral diseases such as COVID-19.
Especially in the cooler months of the year, it is important to keep the air quality high as people stay indoors longer than in summer. When it is cold outside, the windows are mostly closed.
This means that the air quality in classrooms, offices, meeting rooms, restaurants and many other spaces quickly becomes poor.
Proper ventilation is therefore becoming increasingly important.
If you open the windows for a certain period of time at the right moment, you significantly reduce the risk of infection without the room cooling down excessively and too much heat is lost from the heating system. But how do you know when to ventilate and for how long?
With CLEVER Sense, Cleveron AG offers a smart solution for monitoring the CO2 concentration indoors.
It is a CO2 monitoring device with a simple design that can be placed anywhere in the room. With the three levels Red, Yellow and Green, the device, based on a traffic light, shows the air quality in the room at any given time.
Operation is user friendly via a web app or the integrated button.
“Thanks to Sensirion’s built-in CO2 sensor, we can guarantee our customers the highest measurement accuracy and reliability,” says Pietro Gagliardi, co-founder and CEO of Cleveron AG.
The sensor used in CLEVER Sense is Sensirion’s SCD30 CO2 sensor.
The sensor, based on the established CMOSens technology, impresses with its top accuracy and reliability as well as a small form factor that allows easy integration into applications.