CA1510 Indoor Air Quality CO2, Temperature, Humidity Data Logger
This CA1510 Indoor Air Quality CO2, Temperature, Humidity Data Logger monitors the air around you for a healthy environment. Indoor environments, dense occupation and insufficient air renewal lead to high CO2 concentrations. The level of CO2 is therefore an excellent indicator of air quality, alongside pollution analysis performed by inspection organisations and laboratories, as well as showing the effectiveness of the air renewal systems for environmental engineering professionals.
In addition to its portable function, the simple, user-friendly CA 1510 is capable of recording the parameters measured and monitoring air quality criteria based either on the level of CO2 or on a combination of the three physical quantities measured.
- CO2: 0 to 5,000 ppm
- Accuracy: ± (50 ppm 3% of the value measured)
- Temperature: -10 °C to 60 °C
- Accuracy: ± 0.5 °C
- Humidity: 5 to 95 %RH
- Accuracy: ± 2%RH
- Recording: 1 million values stored on the product in the form of several measurement campaigns
- USB interface (product recognised as a USB key) or Bluetooth for wireless use
- Software supplied as standard and 1510 application available with Android
- Locking of the instrument possible during recording (display & keyboard)
- Numerous mounting possibilities (magnetised product, wall support, wall support with padlock insert, desktop stand or suspended).
Whether in places open to the public (transport, government offices, schools or hospitals), workplaces or private areas, our lifestyles mean we spend most of our time indoors. Human activities and products used in construction, decoration and furniture (paint, floor and wall coverings, varnishes, etc.) are all sources of contamination emitting substances into the air. Ensuring good indoor air quality means having an appropriately-sized ventilation system capable of reducing the levels of the pollutants emitted in the premises to a concentration considered acceptable. Outdoor air contains approximately 0.04 % (400 ppm) of CO2.
In indoor environments, human activity (breathing) can quickly raise this concentration to 1,500 ppm (in meeting rooms and classrooms, for example). For this reason, the level of CO2 is an excellent indicator of the efficiency of air renewal systems.
Compliant with the latest standards for measuring CO2 in order to assess ventilation systems and measure pollutants in the context of indoor air quality monitoring, the C.A 1510 is also an accurate preliminary diagnostic indicator thanks to its alerts set at 1,000 ppm or 1,700 ppm of CO2 in the air.