Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

We supply various types of fo air quality monitoring systems and air quality recorders. We can supply models which are individual units and also with remote monitoring. We have various models for indoor and outdoor applications. It should not come as a surprise that problems and concerns associated with indoor Air Quality Monitoring have become a top priority. This is largely due to the fact that we are spending in excess of 90% of our time indoors. This is as per the calculations of the EPA Environmental Protection Agency. This causes problems as tougher building rules are more interested in conserving energy usage than providing higher quality IAQ, or Indoor Air Quality.

The necessity of indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Because of the above facts, facility personnel, owners of these buildings, and industrial hygienists are more and more concentrating their efforts on IAQ for health and comfort benefits. These concerns involve a VackerGlobal-Air-Quality-Monitor-temperature,-humidity-CO2mounting series of issues in assessing IAQ air quality. This is especially the case as it has been discovered that airborne particles, vapours, gases, and biological molecules all can lead to harmful reactions in some people. Such effects depend on how sensitive they are to varying substances and their concentrations. There are contaminants mixed among benign particles, like allergens, infectious diseases, irritating particles, and toxic substances.

Air Quality monitor with inbuilt recording, USB connection and WiFI transmission model VAC-E2230

This Air quality data logger measures and records temperature, humidity and CO2. The technical specification is listed below.

  1. This air quality monitor records Temperature, Humidity and CO2.
  2. This Air Quality data logger has a Clock and Calendar in the screen.
  3. It can record readings at a frequency from 10 seconds to 1 hour.
  4. This air quality recorder can store up to 16000 readings.
  5. Data transmission through wireless mode with time synchronization.
  6. Separate digital Sensors for Relative Humidity and Temperature.
  7. The CO2 measurement is by optical NDIR CO2 sensor.
  8. Measurement range of humidity from 0 to 95 %RH.
  9. Temperature measurement range of -30 to +60 °C.
  10. Measuring range of CO2 from 400 to 5000 ppm.
  11. Resolution for Relative Humidity is 0.1 %RH.
  12. Temperature measurement has a resolution of 0.1°C.
  13. This Air Quality data logger has a Resolution of 1 ppm CO2.
  14. Accuracy of temperature measurement is ±2.5 %RH.
  15. Temperature measurement of this air quality monitor has an accuracy is ±0.3 °C.
  16. Accuracy of CO2 measurement is ±50 ppm.
  17. The air quality recorder has a Response time of approximately 15 seconds.
  18. This unit works on a DC power supply with 12 VDC, 90 to 265 VAC adapter.
  19. It consumes less than 6 VA.
  20. You can connect the air quality monitor to a PC using USB or RS485.
  21. The wireless communication is using WiFI connection of IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz.
  22. The unit has a casing of black colour ABS
  23. This air quality recorder is wall mounting type.
  24. The Ingress protection is IP40 class.
  25. The size of this Air Quality data logger is 232 mm Height × 322mm Width × 34mm Depth
  26. It has a 7 segment LED Display.
  27. This unit is for indoor applications.
  28. It operates under the operating conditions of -30 to +60 °C temperature and 0 to 95 % RH non condensing.

Product Description of Air Quality monitor with the recorder

  1. Brief Title of the device: Air Quality Monitor with a data logger, USB connection, RS 485 connection and Wireless data transmission for indoor quality monitoring.
  2. Brief Description of the device: This Air Quality Monitor monitors the temperature, relative humidity in %RH and CO2 in ppm. It can record the data at an interval ranging from 10 s to 1 hour. It stores the data internally for a maximum of 16000 readings. It also has wireless data transmission using IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi 2,4 GHz.
  3. Model number: VAC-E2230
  4. Brand: VackerGlobal
  5. Seller: VackerGlobal
  6. SKU Number: 1018000038
  7. Price (AED): 3250.00
  8. Price Validity: 31 December 2020

How to check indoor Air Quality Monitoring?

Fortunately, these improvements in measuring indoor air quality have found an interesting business and office space managerial base that are keen to carefully monitor the conditions which increase the productivity of workers and reduce energy consumption and use. To help facilitate these requirements, companies are manufacturing lines of highly efficient indoor Air Quality Monitoring IAQ instruments that are well-known for their ease of use, dependability, and consistency in detecting air quality.

The fact is that major government and non-governmental agencies and aair-quality-data-logger-BZ30ssociations all consider poor IAQ and indoor Air Quality Monitoring to be among the top five most serious health concerns. There are newer studies that demonstrate that as many as more than a third of all American buildings suffer from poor air quality issues and need a better, individualised indoor Air Quality Monitoring system. This is why these days more than ever before, taking a proactive stance to uncover and solve potentially serious problems before they spiral out of control has become increasingly critically important. Thankfully, there is new and improved air quality measuring instruments and a better indoor Air Quality Monitoring system that have been designed to assist building managers with figuring out these challenging and complex problems.


Among the different elements that such an indoor Air Quality Monitoring system measures there is equipment for checking humidity, temperature, carbon dioxide levels, outside air conditions, carbon monoxide levels, and other airborne molecules. Keeping tabs on these factors are among the main focuses and areas of concern for maintaining a healthful and balanced environment indoors. These instruments were manufactured for a complete range of capabilities that are technologically advanced, like statistical analysis and data collecting.

Technical advances in indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Among the technological breakthroughs in recent years, one of the most stand out is the ability to effectively measure the indoor Air Quality Monitoring with techniques like X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy. Thanks to this process, observers can now carefully monitor the effects of and progress of air pollution in a far more technological manner than ever done before. Besides this, ion chromatography is being utilised to identify various other chemicals present in the air, while other protocols are assessing the levels of elemental carbon and organic carbon as part of an indoor Air Quali


ty Monitoring system.

As an example of this technology, the IAQ indoor Air Quality Monitoring system is able to measure a wide variety of toxins and gases that can be found in a great number of facilities. Some of these are ammonia, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitric oxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulphide, oxygen, hydrogen chloride, and chlorine.

There are also IAQ sensors now that can be easily configured to check as many as five gases along with the temperature in only one probe. As many as four such probes can be connected up to a monitor at once. Besides this, these probes can investigate percentages of relative humidity, temperatures, and the presence of only one gas. These monitors may also be connected to measure toxic gas through detection, monitoring, and metering equipment and instruments and relay all of this information to a personal computer, laptop, desktop, or tablet device so that the IAQ data can be logged in, accessed, and reported along with its test results to be analyzed by advanced software.

Importance of IAQ in hospitals

Hospitals are an environment where indoor Air Quality Monitoring is most important to consider and analyse. This is because both healthcare workers and patients are all at risk of contracting hospital-based diseases and infections here. Thanks to poor air quality in hospitals, there can be building-related outbreaks of such illnesses like fatigue, headaches, skin and eye irritations, and various other more serious and even occasionally life-threatening diseases. This is why it is so critically important to install an indoor Air Quality Monitoring System in hospitals around the world.

The air in such healthcare facilities possesses a number of gas contaminants and particles including carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, formaldehyde, radon, respirable suspended particulates, nitrous oxide, glutaraldehyde, latex allergens, and total bacterial counts. Some of these indoor air pollutants can be serious, particularly for people in weakened and sickened conditions in hospitals. Healthcare facilities tend to have the advantage of being smoking free, but they still suffer from pollutants brought in by cleaning products and equipment, personal activities, and ventilation systems that lack an installed indoor Air Quality Monitoring system.

Outdoor sources of pollution for health care facilities include such IAQ factors as construction activities, industrial activities, and vehicle emissions. Among these elements, carbon monoxide is severely toxic and potentially life-threatening as it lessens the availability of oxygen to tissues throughout the human body. With elevated levels of this carbon monoxide, symptoms can include everything from nausea, lessened alertness, headaches, rapid breathing, fatigue, confusion, chest pain, impaired judgment, and even confusion. Among the Variety of Chemicals, those with higher concentrations can cause chronic and acute health conditions, some of which include cancer.

Besides these threats, hospitals suffer from the risk of bioaerosols brought on by live organisms. These agents are comprised of seeds, pollen, moulds and fungus, bacteria, bacterial endotoxins, protozoans, algae, latex, flour, and animal waste products and dander. These bioaerosols prove to be dangerous precisely because they cause allergens, produce infections, and in some cases are considered toxins. Among the most threatening and dangerous of infections in hospitals around the world is the super virus MRSA, or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This bacteria can also be detected with specific indoor Air Quality Monitoring.

Note: The product details are subject to change without notice. Please contact us for details at the time of purchase.

VackerGlobal supplies all types of Air Quality monitors for indoor and outdoor monitoring applications across the world.