Sensor Catalogue: CO2



Price USD each

Carbon Dioxide Facts

Carbon dioxide is formed naturally from human respiration. The concentration of indoor carbon dioxide is generally an indication of the ventilation rate in the building. The higher number of occupants in the building produces a higher level of carbon dioxide, therefore high levels of of this contaminant signifies a lower rate of ventilation throughout the building. Although it is not a dangerous gas, high levels of carbon dioxide can cause discomfort which generally includes stuffiness, headaches, and fatigue.


Sensor Specifics:

Response Time (s)

Resolution (ppm)

Range (ppm)

Operating Range (months)

Temperature Range (C)

Pressure Range (kPa)

Humidity Range (%RH)