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Measure What Matters! How Accurate CO2 Measurement is Essential to Smart Homes and Buildings

By eeNews Europe

Concerns about indoor air quality are driven by the trend towards energy efficient buildings and improved health and wellness. Accurate CO2 detection is an essential part of system solutions that drive realization of true smart homes and buildings, driving energy efficiency, better health and wellness, and improving public health and safety.

Indoor air quality is increasingly important to monitor in “tight” energy efficient work spaces; just 1000 ppm CO2 can lead to drowsiness and difficulty concentrating, while levels above 2000 ppm impact cognitive function. Smart indoor Air Quality sensors can alert users or trigger alarms if rising levels are detected. Also, there is a strong correlation between CO2 concentration and aerosols, which are a transmission pathway for viruses, like Covid-19.

Infineon’s XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor provides best in class accuracy with smallest size versus today’s commercially available CO2 sensors. It is SMT capable for high volume manufacturing, and provides ease of use with the right amount of flexibility.

Attendees of this webinar will learn about:

  • How CO2 levels impact our daily lives
  • Applying CO2 sensors to multiple applications and use cases
  • How Infineon’s XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor provides best in class performance to meet the challenges of real CO2 monitoring

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