Detects CO2,6-in-1 Indoor Air Quality Monitor, PM2.5, PM10, AQI, Temperature and Humidity with Alarm, for Rooms, Cellars, Grow Tents, Offices, etc.
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- Brand: KENTFAITH
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- SKU: GW40.0006
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- * 【6-in-1 Air Quality Monitor】INKBIRDPLUS 6-in-1 Indoor Monitor has built-in professional detection sensors, it can accurately detect the current CO2 concentration, PM2.5, PM10, AQI, temperature, and humidity in the air.
- * 【Three AQI Stages & Sound Alarm】This Air Quality detector is designed with 3 stages of AQI - normal mode (0-50), warning mode (51-100), and danger mode (101-500). When the AQI index exceeds 100, the detector will sound an alarm.
- * 【Calibration Function】After the device is turned off, take it to a ventilated place, and press and hold the three keys at the same time, the product will enter the automatic calibration state of carbon dioxide concentration value for 200 seconds.
- * 【Color LED Screen】The color display with backlight makes each value clear at a glance, and you can also check the time/date/year on the detector. This air quality meter also supports setting the current time, C°/F° switching.
- * 【Wide Application】This portable detector can detect air quality in bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, cellars, cars, grow tents and more. With a hook design, it can be placed on the desktop or hung on the wall for easy viewing, is an ideal indoor air quality detector for our lives.
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- Calibration Functional for More Accurate Measurement.
- 1.ln the off state, press and hold the three keys at the sametime.
- 2.Enter the calibration state the screen displays a countdown of 200 seconds.
- 3.Calibration succeeded.
6-in-1 Indoor Air Quality Monitor
- This Air Quality detector is designed with 3 stages of AQI - normal mode (0-50), warning mode (51-100), and danger mode (101-500).
- When the AQI exceeds 100 and the buzzer is on, the buzzer will sound an alarm.
- At this time, you need to long press the "+" button to stop the alarm.
NOTE: The alarm value cannot be set.
High-Accurate NDIR Sensor
It can accurately detect the current CO2 concentration, PM2.5, PM10, AQI, temperature, and humidity in the air.
The color display with backlight makes each value clear at a glance, and you can also check the time/date/year on the detector.
Convenient USB Charging
NOTE: Since the detector contains 6 sensors, the battery drains relatively quickly, we recommend connecting the adapter to use it.
To ensure the accuracy of measurement, this meter has the calibration function.
NOTE: We recommend calibrating the device in an open environment when using the air quality monitor for the first time to ensure accuracy.
|CO2 Range||400~5000 ppm|
|CO2 Accuracy||土(50 ppm土5%)|
|PM2.5 Range||0~1000 ug/m³|
|Battery Spec||Lithium Battery / 2400 mAh|
|Charge Input||Type-C Port,5V-1A|
|Product Size||98mm x 90mm x 40mm|
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Extremely useful for the health conscious
Can't comment on accuracy or longevity, but it's a must have for anyone aware of how air quality can affect you. Especially since the Canadian wildfires are spreading cancer to the Midwest.
Large screen. Easy to set up and easy to use.
This did exactly what I expected and was super easy to set up, calibrate and use. I always leave it plugged in and on, but it has a rechargeable battery so it can be used without a power connection. It also displays temperature and humidity which is a bonus.
Works well, but I recommend the WiFi version.
bought it mainly to compare the CO2 levels in my house with the pH levels of my saltwater aquarium. As expected, when my pH in the tank goes down, the CO2 level in the room increases. I've also noticed increases in CO2 levels when I and some of my dogs have been in the room for a long time. The level also rose after I closed the door and windows to cool the house with an air conditioner. I don't have any comparable devices to compare the exact accuracy of this monitor, but the trends it shows tend to match my expectations. If you're looking to get this monitor, I'd highly recommend the WiFi version of Inkbird. I'm not too concerned about checking the CO2 levels when I'm out, but it would be nice to have access to the data logs stored in the app for this model.
Air quality is important
Little did I know how badly I needed this information. Easy to use, easy to understand. The battery lasts all day. The large, bright display is easy to read.
I used it in my brew room to monitor CO2 levels. Amazing how much the values increase when the room is closed! Glad to have this so I can keep track of when it gets very high.
Perfect for truckers
If you are a truck driver you should have one of these in your sleeper cab. This could save your life if there is a steam leak or something is wrong with the central heating. I only wear this while I sleep. The battery typically lasts 5 nights before being recharged. Uses USB. It works exactly as it should. I even tested it by restricting the airflow. You can set an alarm to go off when the CO2 level you set is reached.
Air quality is very important at our senior center and this monitor provided more than we expected.
A lot of information in a small package
This little box packs a ton of features into a small screen. It quickly shows you humidity, temperature, air quality and CO2 concentration. Easy charging via the USB-C port. My main purpose is to keep it in a kegerator and help identify small CO2 leaks
Nice addition to my brewery.
Ordered it for my basement brewery to warn of CO2 leaks. The temperature was 10°F too high for the first few hours, possibly due to the heat generated while charging the battery? In any case, it now seems accurate (+/- 1F). The CO2 sensor is quite sensitive and seems accurate enough for my application. It's sensitive enough to detect an increase in CO2 levels after standing nearby for a few minutes, and I was surprised at how much higher (from ~460ppm to 650ppm) the concentration rose when I did last night prepared the dinner. To test the alarm function I assembled a 1 gallon jug, some random hoses and gas fittings and a CO2 syringe. Adding 7–8 milliliters of CO2 to the 1-gallon jug (about 460 ppm initially) increased the internal CO2 concentration to about 2400 ppm, which is well within error for this setup (one ml of CO2 should increase the CO2 concentration of one gallon). air by approx. 260 ppm). I am happy to add this to the other Inkbird products in my brewery. Addendum: I've had this in my (cellar) brewery for several days now. After venting the CO2 in my pressurized conical fermentor, it was nice to be able to check that the CO2 levels were still well within the safe range (~600ppm) and then returned to normal within a few hours. Very happy with the purchase.
Does what it promises
really like this thing. I have it in my son's room so I can monitor temperatures and humidity. Easy to set up and calibrate. Just take it outside and hold the three buttons on top to calibrate it. The device came with dead batteries so I had to charge it but the battery life seems pretty good. Numbers are large and easy to read
I calibrate every time I shut it off.. seems to keep the readings more consistent.."
There is a speaker logo on the upper right of the screen. When you long-press the ""+"" button, the speaker logo will disappear, so the buzzer will be turned off; when the speaker logo appears, the buzzer will be on.
Yes, it runs while plugged in. Once charged it seems to run for about 12 hours before the battery gets very low.
Place the detector in an open environment. After shutdown, long press the three buttons on the top of the detector, the detector will enter the calibration state. This CO2 detector does not have the function of storing data for the time being.
I have not looked for a specific travel case, but unless you are being really rough with it I would say a padded envelope or a generic small case would do it. It's pretty sturdy. I take it to to the office sometimes and just put it in one of the pockets of my laptop case. Also, for extra protection against scratches I never removed the clear plastic film that comes over the screen. Except for the red ""pull here"" tab, you can't tell it's there.