CO2 detector CO2WM110 AirSecure (Art. no. 67964)

Headache? Nausea? The ABUS AirSecure reliably reports when CO2 concentrations are elevated indoors.
  • Large OLED display shows CO2 content, temperature, humidity, date and time.
  • Display of the indoor air quality: Good, Normal and Bad.
  • Reliable NDIR sensor for CO2 detection

CO2 detector CO2WM110 AirSecure (Art. no. 67964)

MEASURE CARBON DIOXIDE

Prevent discomfort, headaches and excessive aerosols in the room - and set up our AirSecure CO2 detector.

With our AirSecure CO2 detector you don't give bad air a chance! They also prevent the potential consequences of too high a carbon dioxide concentration, such as headaches, nausea, general malaise, irritated mucous membranes or a significantly increased number of aerosols in the air we breathe. The latter can, for example, lead to an increased risk of infection within the room. The ABUS AirSecure reliably warns of increased indoor CO2 concentrations, temperature and humidity. The sensor has a service life of ten years. The AirSecure can be mounted on the wall as well as placed mobile on chests of drawers, tables or similar. In addition to the large OLED display, an LED colour indicator and an acoustic alarm are integrated.

Technology:

  • CO2 sensor service life: max. 10 years
  • OLED display
  • LED colour display of the current air quality
  • Power supply: AC adapter, input: AC 100~240 V, output: DC 5 V/1 A (Micro USB)
  • Backup battery (Li-Ion 3.7 V)
  • Date and time display
  • Operating temperature: -10° to 40°C
  • Humidity: 0 % to 95 % (non-condensing)
  • Measurement range: CO2: 0-5,000 ppm
  • Alarm event display

Operation and use:

  • For the detection of indoor CO2 concentrations
  • Temperature and humidity display
  • Wall or stand-alone mounting
Art. no.: 67964
Battery: 3.7V Lithium-Ion-Akku
Dimensions: 96,0 mm x 96,5 mm x 26,0 mm
Packaging: individual box
Version: CO2 alarm
Weight: 201 g
color: weiß

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