Sensor Used in Self Powered Wireless CO2, Temperature and Humidity Transmitter

SolarPrint, a developer of printable solar cell and indoor energy harvesting technology, will introduce a self powered wireless CO2, temperature and humidity sensor at the European Energy Harvesting & Storage Exhibition being held on 15-16 May, 2012, in Berlin.

The heart of the unit is the COZIR Ambient Air Sensor. With 3.3V, 3.5mW average power requirements and peak current of only 33mA, the COZIR is a perfect sensor for ultra low power applications like solar light panels.

The self-powered COZIR CO2, temperature and humidity sensor solution could be used as a thermostat, or for recognizing the presence of occupants in a room.

Pricing and availability are not yet announced.

Posted by CO2 Meter on May 18, 2012.
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