Airea

The new air quality probe
from ROBOTBAS

To respond to the needs caused by covid-19, ROBOTBAS has created, in collaboration with the University of the Balearic Islands, the Airea air quality sensor, which allows knowing the state of the air in closed rooms and minimizing the increase in energy consumption in heating due to the new ventilation recommendations.

Through color lighting, Airea indicates the need to ventilate the space in which it is located, depending on the level of CO2 (as the main indicator).

The thresholds that define which color the air quality level corresponds to, are customizable through the Airea Sensor platform. By default, Airea comes preconfigured with thresholds that guarantee the air quality levels defined by the health authorities.

Easy to use

AIREA indicates air quality according to three colors:

Good air quality

The green color indicates that the CO2 value is at normal levels.

Poor air quality

This amber color indicates that the air quality is declining and therefore it is recommended to ventilate the space as soon as possible.

Bad air quality

It lights up in red when the CO2 level has reached the recommended maximum and it is urgent to ventilate the room. After a while, if the space has not been ventilated, an acoustic signal will be activated warning of the urgency to ventilate.
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Tranquility & security

Although this device is perfect for all types of buildings, it has been specially designed for spaces where different people live together and that require continuous ventilation such as:

Schools

Universities

Hospitals

Geriatric

Offices

Shops

Restaurants

Hotels

esquema de airea sensor de aire
Infrared CO2 sensor that allows to measure the real concentration of CO2 in ppm.
Wi-Fi connection with the cloud, historical record and multiplatform access.
High-power digital omnidirectional RGB lighting and integrated buzzer.
Connection to the electrical network through an external power supply (incorporated).
TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Components) sensor.
Temperature and relative humidity sensor.

Monitoring and registration

 

Airea monitors the levels of CO2 and TVOC as well as the temperature and relative humidity of the environment. Through its WiFi connection, it allows all this data to be stored in the cloud, for later analysis, allowing to know behavior patterns and take preventive measures that allow maintaining the air quality of each room in the best possible conditions.