Sensor data will enable people to improve the indoor air they breathe
March 30, 2016
Carnegie Mellon University researchers believe that learning about the quality of the air you breathe should be as easy and inexpensive as borrowing a book from a library, and that’s why they plan to provide free Speck air quality monitors to 100 public libraries nationwide.
This series of IAQ monitors can measure ambient temperature, relative humidity (rh), wet bulb, dew point, differential pressure, barometric pressure, CO2, CO, O2, ozone, formaldehyde, volatile organic compounds, NO, NO2, SO2, and H2S.
Small and portable, the BT-637 bench-top airborne particle counter IAQ instrument monitors particulate matter, temperature, and relative humidity in the workplace and verifies the health and safety of the environment.