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How to Monitor Indoor Air Quality, Featuring Infineon’s CO2 Sensor

On this episode of TechVentures, our host puts the Infineon CO2 sensor to the test, demonstrating how to monitor indoor air quality while addressing CO2 design challenges such as size, performance and cost.

With an increased focus on our indoor air quality, monitoring CO2 levels has quickly become a key parameter for our health and well-being, in addition to reducing the risk of airborne virus transmission in closed environments. 


Infineon XENSIV™ PAS CO2 Sensor​

Infineon’s XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor leverages photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS) technology to provide a compact, CO2 sensor, which overcomes the challenges of existing carbon dioxide gas detectors.

The XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor enables users to measure and adjust indoor air quality, contributing to overall well-being, health and productivity while also optimizing energy efficiency. The sensor is perfect for sensitive smart home and building automation applications such as demand-controlled ventilation systems, air purifiers, thermostats, and personal assistants.

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