Senseair Unveils S88: A Compact, Long-Life CO2 Sensor for Smart Environments

Tokyo, New York, Düsseldorf, Germany – Senseair, a subsidiary of Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corporation (AKM), has announced the release of the Senseair S88, a new CO2 sensing module designed for precise indoor air quality monitoring and building automation systems.

The S88 boasts several key features:

  • High Accuracy and Wide Range: The S88 utilizes non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology to deliver accurate CO2 detection across a wide measurement range, from 400 ppm to 10,000 ppm. This makes it suitable for various applications, from residential settings to industrial environments.
  • Compact and Maintenance-Free: The S88’s small size (8.7 x 33.9 x 19.8mm) allows for easy integration into existing devices. Additionally, Senseair’s proprietary Automatic Baseline Correction (ABC) technology eliminates the need for manual calibration, ensuring long-term stability and reliability.
  • Long Life Expectancy: With an expected lifespan of over 15 years, the S88 offers a cost-effective solution for CO2 monitoring. It can withstand operating temperatures up to 50°C and humidity levels up to 85% RH.
  • Standards Compliance: The S88 meets the latest industry standards for CO2 monitoring, including ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2022 Addendum ab (established by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers), RESET grade B, and WELL Building Standard (WELL v2).

“The Senseair S88 is a significant advancement in CO2 sensing technology,” said [Name and Title at Senseair] (consider adding a relevant quote from a Senseair representative here about the benefits of the S88). “Its accuracy, compact size, and maintenance-free design make it an ideal solution for a wide range of applications, promoting better indoor air quality and energy efficiency in buildings.”

Senseair will begin mass production of the S88 in April 2024. This innovative sensor is poised to become a valuable tool for building managers, HVAC system designers, and anyone concerned with creating healthy and sustainable indoor environments.

Johnson Controls’ Residential and Light Commercial HVAC Unit Up for Grabs: Bosch, Lennox, and Samsung Eyeing Potential Billion-Dollar Acquisition

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *