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CO and CO2 Sensors Combined in Single Unit for Safety

The aSense mIII combines carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide sensors in a single, easy-to-install package. It is perfect for: Auto Repair Shops Parking Decks Enclosed Arenas Tunnels and Mines The mIII is designed to control ventilation rates and to generate alarm signals for personal safety devices. It can be used in both stand-alone operation, or can be connected to a building automation system. Many people do not realize that cars and trucks exhaust both carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Therefore, only a sensor that monitors both can truly protect occupants in enclosed areas where gas and diesel engines are running....

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We're Looking for an Outside Sales Representative. How About You?

CO2Meter.com has experiences huge growth in the last two years. Every week we receive dozens of phone calls from fortune-500 companies, universities, and small businesses interested in our product line and custom engineering services. To help us manage these sales opportunities, we are seeking an Outside Sales Representative. The Outside Sales Representative will primarily be responsible for sales growth. The position will be responsible for following up on current leads as well as generating new ones within the gas detection, indoor air quality and industrial safety markets. Job responsibilities include: 1. Work with customers to understand needs, identify new sales...

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Exposure to CO2 Leads to Fear of Suffocation

Researchers believe this anxiety is primordial It would appear that our genetic legacy also features some very intriguing left-overs, which are not necessarily of use to us today. One such feature is the fact that the human brain triggers a primordial type of fear when exposed to increased amounts of carbon dioxide. The cortex seems to have what scientists have termed a built-in sensor against high CO2 concentrations, which circumvents other alert mechanisms. The new study could have significant implications for people who suffer from chronic panic attacks. The condition may come from mechanisms such as the recently discovered one,...

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Data Logger Wins AHR, ASHRAE Innovation Award

The AHR Expo and its co-sponsors, ASHRAE and AHRI, recognized the K-33 ELG Data Logger with an Honorable Mention in the TOOLS Category of the 2010 AHR Expo Innovation Awards Competition. A panel of Industry Professionals, selected for their knowledge and expertise in HVACR, found the product worthy of recognition. The K-33 ELG Portable Environmental Data Logger is designed to measure carbon dioxide (0-10,000ppm), temperature, and relative humidity in buildings. It can “wake up”, take readings, store them in memory, and go back to sleep up to 5,400 times over several days or weeks. The low cost and ultra-low power...

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Can a CO2 monitor warn you when indoor air is bad?

While most of us seal our homes and offices to save energy, few of us consider the unintended consequences. You know what you’re keeping out, but have you ever thought about what you’re keeping in? The eSense Fresh Air Indicator (FAI) warns you when indoor air is likely to contain high levels of dust, chemicals and micro-organisms. It can be used in offices, classrooms or anywhere air quality is important. An audible warning and flashing light indicate too much carbon dioxide, which means additional fresh air ventilation is required. Measuring indoor carbon dioxide levels is an accepted world-wide standard indoor...

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