Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR warns of aerosols
A traffic light signal shows the air quality quickly and easily
Aerosols are increasingly suspected of being carriers of viruses such as SARS-CoV-2. Under analytical consideration, a probable aerosol concentration can be derived from a measured CO2 concentration*
In order to protect against infections, a reliable measurement of the CO2 concentration in closed rooms combined with regular ventilation is therefore necessary.
The Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR is the easiest way to do this: it measures the concentration of CO2 in the room and displays it via a traffic light signal: It is time to let fresh air in!
(*Source: Hermann Rietschel Institute, Technical University Berlin: Risk assessment of virus-laden aerosols based on CO2 concentration)
How does the Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR work?
The sensor determines the CO2 concentration in an area of approx. 5 m and reflects this information in the colour change of the LED (green, yellow or red) on the front of the sensor. Based on studies on the correlation of CO2 and aerosol concentration, the Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR thus warns of an increased risk of viruses in the room air.
– green: up to 800 ppm
– yellow: between 800 – 1,400 ppm
– red: from 1,400 – 10,000 ppm
Threshold values can be individually set according to requirements using the Blu2Light app LiNA Connect.
Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR – A real added value
The special feature of the Blu2Light MultiSensor AIR is the method for measuring the CO2 concentration in the air. For this purpose, an NDIR sensor module (non-dispersive infrared sensor) is used, which leads to very accurate readings regarding the existing CO2 concentration in the respective environment.