Enless’s expertise in the field of radio transmissions means we can offer an extensive range of ambient radio sensors for monitoring temperature and hygrometry.
With Enless ambient sensors you can monitor consumption, ensure defined temperature levels are maintained, detect areas of over-consumption as well as where temperature or hygrometry thresholds are being exceeded. These are also ideal in the context of the awarding of Energy Efficiency Certificates (“CEE programmes”) covering, among other aims, the optimised upgrading of heating systems.
Available for LoRa(WAN), Wireless M-Bus and Sigfox, our sensors make it possible to analyse the comfort data and manage your HVAC equipment.
CO2 content is a key indicator of the quality of the air inhaled by a building’s users. This is extremely important data with direct impact on the day-to-day comfort of people in enclosed spaces.
Carbon dioxide is more commonly referred to as CO2. Measuring CO2 means measuring the concentration of carbon dioxide in the air. Carbon dioxide, which cannot be smelled or tasted, is mainly created by human respiration and various types of pollution. CO2 content is measured as a percentage of the volume of air or as “ppm” (parts per million). So, 1,000 ppm is equal to 0.1% carbon dioxide in the air.
The quality of the air breathed can have a direct impact of people’s behaviour. Moreover, poor air quality can trigger conditions (fatigue, sleepiness, etc.) that are potentially detrimental to the operations of the company.
Enless Wireless produces ambient sensors for each technology that can measure simultaneously the CO2 levels, temperature and humidity. This gives you the reassurance of real-time monitoring of the quality of your environment.
Enless Wireless has also integrated, within its LoRa(WAN) product range, a radio sensor that can measure the level of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds).
The VOC sensor produced by Enless Wireless makes it possible to measure 22 volatile organic compounds, generally emitted by building materials, plastic based products and gases emitted during cooking and cleaning.
The VOC level indication works in tandem with CO2 measurements to optimise air quality.