CO2 levels between under 1000PPM are considered safe; You should ventilate the indoor space immediately if CO2 levels surpass 1000PPM, or even worse – 2000PPM, as it will not only reduce your cognitive ability and productivity but will significantly elevate the risk of catching an airborne virus like Covid-19. CO2 levels above 2000PPM are dangerous for your health if you stay in the room long enough and may cause you dizziness, nausea, accelerated heartbeat, and other unpleasant symptoms.
AirCO2ntroller’s can measure CO2 levels between 400-5000ppm.
Excluding batteries, the device can last up to 15 years.
AirCO2ntroller has a 1200mAH high-capacity battery with a Type-C charging interface. Standby time is about 240-360 minutes.
The coronavirus spreads through tiny, airborne droplets known as aerosols. Every time we exhale, we expel not just aerosols but also carbon dioxide; the worse the ventilation, the more carbon dioxide builds up in an occupied room. Taking measurements and ventilating the shared space once the CO2 levels exceed 1000ppm may significantly lower the chances of catching an airborne coronavirus.