The THAQ facilitates the monitoring of your rooms and buildings thanks to its CO2, VOC (volatile organic compounds), temperature and relative humidity sensors. Equipped with a LED on the front panel (Green > Orange > Red) clearly indicating the need to ventilate the room, the air quality is displayed locally or the complete measurements are sent to an operated Sigfox or LoRaWAN network. Embedded CO2 sensor is qualified Non-Dispersive InfraRed (NDIR). The configuration is done from the tools of the ATIM suite, either locally or remotely. By default, the thresholds of CO2 rate correspond to the European standard but it is possible to redefine them. These thresholds correspond to the different levels of alarms as well as to the colour of the LED on the front panel. It is also possible to deactivate the front LED if needed. Compatible with the computer and mobile versions of the IoT web platform, data visualization, remote parameterization of the sensor and the configuration of alerts according to predefined thresholds are made possible in a few clicks. Installation and start-up is done in less than 10 minutes: Plug & Play. Commonly used in schools, public places, cities, industry and connected buildings, the ACW-THAQ is suitable for many application cases such as:
- Classrooms: CO2 sensors will become standard in schools, colleges and high schools
- Monitoring the CO2 level of a building open to the public
- Maintaining air quality and comfort in hotel rooms
The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, thus recalled Thursday, September 2, 21 during his presentation of the start of the 2021-2022 school year his desire to “generalize CO2 sensors” within schools.