- The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Safety System is designed to measure CO2 concentration in a confined space environment.
- It provides an alarm in the event that a CO2 level considered unhealthy/dangerous in accordance with existing safety codes, in the area being monitored.
- The basic CO2 Safety System is a precision instrument comprising one central unit (with a digital display), one (up to eight) sensor unit, one horn/strobe.
- A separate electronic transformer supplies power to the system. The sensor unit uses infrared analysis for detecting CO2.
- The System monitors STEL as well as TWA levels of CO2
- The system also provides visible indication of CO2 levels and temperature in the area where the remote sensor is located
- It is displayed on a screen of the Central Unit in most languages. Explaining what to do in different Alarm situations
- The CO2 Safety System performs a self-calibration at regular intervals insuring calibration under normal circumstances
- This eliminates the need of manual service calibration in a normal restaurant enviroment
- When installed properly, the CO2 Safety System will continuously monitor the CO2 concentration and temperature wherever a sensor unit is located
- A green light emitting diode (LED) on the central unit indicates normal safe conditions
- If ambient conditions at the CO2 Sensor reach a CO2 concentration level of 1.5% (preset low alarm), the central unit will emit an intermittent audible tone and the « low alarm » red LED will blink
- A remote Horn/Strobe will flash. This will also happen if the TWA for 8 hours also surpasses 5000 ppm.
- The difference can be acknowledged on the display.