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News — schools

Science Fair Project Uses CO2 Probe

Science Fair Project Uses CO2 Probe
CO2Meter discusses a recent science fair project using our 1% Probe and 30% CO2 level monitor and data logger (CM-0039) to fulfill a recent students results in an upcoming science fair. CO2Meter sensor modules and monitors are used heavily in a variety of scientific, medical, indoor air quality, industrial and agriculture environments today.

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Carbon Dioxide Data Logger Monitors IAQ in Classroom

Carbon Dioxide Data Logger Monitors IAQ in Classroom

Carbon Dioxide Data Logger Monitors IAQ in Classroom

A continuing series highlighting customer insights about monitoring and their specific applications. 

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Indoor Air Quality In the Classroom

Indoor Air Quality In the Classroom
The effect of poor indoor air quality in classrooms has been known for years. Chronic illnesses, poor learning and increased absenteeism have all been attributed to poor IAQ. What can a parent or teacher do about it?

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Student project combines CO2 sensor, Arduino Uno

Student project combines CO2 sensor, Arduino Uno
For students interested in climate and air quality, CO2Meter supplied CO2 sensors for a project measuring carbon dioxide levels both indoors and around the community.

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High CO2 Levels Indoors Will Surprise You

One of the most common e-mails we receive from customers is the surprise they get reading their new CO2 meter in enclosed spaces. They've found that high CO2 levels indoors can have a direct impact on their quality of life. Here are some examples we'd like to share: High CO2 levels indoors at work V. Jakimov writes, “The moment I powered the TIM10 CO2 monitor a high CO2 level alarm sounded. My CO2 was around 2,800 ppm. I was a bit surprised at first but then realized that my small office gets filled quite fast with breath exhaust carbon dioxide.”...

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