Comfort

The monitoring of temperatures, hygrometric and CO2 levels in the ambient air is a part of the energy optimisation process, but they are also essential factors for user comfort.


Temperature / Humidity

Enless Wireless’ engineering capabilities in radio transmission enabled the development of a broad offering for temperature and humidity monitoring applications.


Enless transmitters feature a range of compact designs. They provide you with regular information on temperature and humidity levels while setting up warning thresholds in ambient environments. Through the data provided by our transmitters, it is possible to ensure users’ comfort while facilitating reasonable energy consumption.


Available in both Wireless-M-Bus and Sigfox ranges, Enless transmitters allow you to effectively monitor (visualise and autopilot – for WMBus range) your equipment.


Air Quality


CO2

The CO2 content is the main indicator of the quality of the air we breathe. This is a very important factor that has a direct influence on our daily comfort in confined spaces. In fact, the presence of an air charged with carbon dioxide can trigger some ailments (such as fatigue, drowsiness etc.) that could be potentially hazardous combined with certain activities.


Measuring CO2 means measuring the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air. Carbon dioxide, which is odourless and tasteless, is created mainly by human breathing and by various pollutions. The CO2 content is measured as a percentage of air volume or as “ppm” (parts per million). In this way, 1,000 ppm is equal to 0.1% of carbon dioxide in the air.


Enless Wireless offers transmitters that measure CO2, temperature and humidity levels on each technology platform enabling you to monitor the air quality of your environment.


The CO2 content is the main indicator of the quality of the air we breathe. This is a very important factor that has a direct influence on our daily comfort in enclosed spaces. In fact, the presence of an air charged with carbon dioxide can trigger some ailments (such as fatigue, drowsiness etc.) which could be potentially hazardous combined with certain activities.


VOC

Enless Wireless will soon include a VOC transmitter in its product lines, which will make it possible to measure volatile organic compounds (particulate matter). This new reference can cover a wide variety of applications.


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