Instrumentation for Monitoring and Controlling Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Announced
Sep 04 2019 Read 354 Times
PPM Technology Ltd is pleased to promote their latest range of IAQ monitoring instruments. Each PPMonitor has been designed to give a visual representation of IAQ in a building. A number of units may be networked together to show precise changes in concentration of selected IAQ gases over time within a building.
The PPMonitor range can monitor temperature and humidity as well as different IAQ target gases within a single enclosure, such as Formaldehyde, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Sulphur Dioxide, VOC’s, Ozone, Ammonia and many more. The user can control and view in real time, readings from several wireless sampling units from remote locations via PPMonitor software on a PC or our Stand-alone Touch Screen Monitor or our latest PPManagement System - all communicating together by a wireless mesh system. IAQ readings can be scheduled and viewed graphically, including reports as well as trigger alarm functions such as e-mail notifications for over exposure.
The PPMonitor Micro’s are capable of housing 1-3 sensors - ideal for CO2 monitoring which can establish if indoor ventilation is sufficient. The PPMonitor ZWU’s and MM’s can house up to 8 sensors. The PPManagement System is a compact and elegant touch screen control panel for management of multiple PPMonitors.
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