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Monitors and controls indoor air quality

19 October 2017

Each PPMonitor from PPM Technology has been designed to give a visual representation of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in a building. A number of units may be networked together to show precise changes in concentration of selected IAQ gases over time for an entire building.

The PPMonitor range can monitor temperature and humidity as well as up to five different IAQ target gases including formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, VOCs, ozone, ammonia and many more. The user can control, run and view the real time monitoring of several different wireless sampling units from remote locations via a PC or the company's Touch Screen Monitor – all communicating by a ZigBee wireless mesh system.

IAQ readings can be scheduled and viewed graphically, included in reports as well as trigger alarm functions such as e-mail notifications.

The PPMonitor Micro’s are capable of housing 1-3 sensors, suitable for CO2 monitoring which can establish if indoor ventilation is sufficient. The PPMonitor ZWU’s and MM’s can house up to eight sensors.

The Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor is a stand-alone unit capable of controlling itself and additional units. It has an integrated 'touch screen' displaying readings continuously and in real time.