Remote continuous air quality and emission monitoring is the latest technology in the pursuit of healthy indoor environments. Real-time remote air quality monitoring designed for schools, factories, manufacturing processes, residential homes, and office environments, recording and collecting data of indoor air quality for instant remote referral on your computer or phone. Historically trend indoor conditions to improve energy efficiency, dilution rates, or emission exposure.
Aranet indoor air quality monitor is a group of wireless, portable devices for measuring air quality anytime, anywhere.
Monitor, collect, and analyze important data remotely from any location. Access vital information 24/7 and get real time updates at your fingertips from the comforts of your home, on the go, or in the office. Our alarm system will keep you up to date on critical conditions to ensure occupant health and safety. It is a simple and effective solution to improve air quality. If you don't monitor it, you cannot improve it.
Aranet sensors measure:
- Carbon dioxide (CO2) Levels
- Relative Humidity
- Atmospheric pressure
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- Ammonia (NH3)
- Oxygen (O2)
- Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
- Ambient light sensors
- Current and voltage sensors
- Horticulture sensors
- Ultrasonic distance sensor
- Differential pressure
- Soil Moisture / Soil Sensor
- PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation)
- Weight Sensor
- Stem Diameter
- AC Hour Meter
The Aranet Ecosystem is a centralized indoor air quality monitoring system customized according to your needs; it is secure, easy to use, and reliable. Keep the indoor air healthy in three simple steps:
- Aranet4 PRO sensors – Wireless, no-drill install, multi-location placement, and mobile app accessible
- Aranet PRO base station – Internet enabled, collects data from the sensors, and stores them online
- Aranet Cloud – Monitor data, create dashboards, and customize reports and alarms
Dilution is the solution. Portable carbon dioxide air quality sensor monitoring is the most efficient way of reducing COVID-19 exposure in occupied buildings. CO2 is a gas produced when a person exhales; monitoring CO2 concentrations determines the rate of dilution/fresh air in your ventilation system. Higher indoor CO2 levels correlate to higher exposure to airborne pathogens, germs, and bacteria. Aranet4 will alert you when elevated CO2 levels pose increased risk to building occupants.
According to Health Canada, Residential Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Carbon Dioxide: