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Monitor and Control Indoor Air Quality with the new Touch Screen IAQ Monitor

May 14 2015 Read 879 Times

PPM Technology Ltd is pleased to announce their latest Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring instrument - the PPMonitor TS Unit. This is a stand-alone unit, capable of continuously monitoring multiple IAQ parameters. Built with an integrated 4.5” ‘touch screen’ panel, sensor readings are displayed continuously and in real time.

Each unit can monitor up to 7 customer specified IAQ parameters. Readings are stored on the instrument’s internal memory and the user is able to navigate through the software and various sensor options simply by touching the panel. The ‘touch screen’ software allows simple control and navigation; setting up of  text-message alerts;  viewing the data graphically as well as saving and exporting the data into the PPMonitor software suite for more advanced reporting and graphical interpretation.

Remote monitoring is possible via WiFi so the user can view the data on a PC/Laptop from any location..

The Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor can be used as a stand-alone IAQ monitor or can be integrated into a wider network of IAQ monitoring instruments. A large number of wireless units can be networked together to provide detailed monitoring of an entire building.

Please visit www.ppm-technology.com for more information. 

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