The dangers of CO2.
Carbon Dioxide, or CO2, is a natural part of the atmosphere and the air we breathe. As we take in oxygen, we exhale carbon dioxide. In enclosed spaces, such as homes or offi ces, a lack of ventilation can cause a build-up of CO2, which can lead to a number of symptoms ranging from mild discomfort to even loss of consciousness.
- Clear LED reading
- Alert System
- Room Temperature
- Humidity Detection
- 10 Year Service Life
- Traffic Light Reading
A green indicator means CO2 levels are safe, harmless, and under a healthy ≤1000 ppm limit.
An Amber light is a warning sign, to flag when levels have reached between 1000 ppm - 1500 ppm.
You should consider ventilating your home at this point, opening a window or door to allow fresh air in.
When levels reach above 1500 ppm, the red colour alert will flash and the alarm will emit a 75 dB alarm sound.
You should take immediate action to ventilate the room and everyone should access fresh air.
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