Wood as a sustainable building material is enjoying a renaissance. It is increasingly being used not only as a basic building
material for houses and multi-storey buildings, but also in building interiors. Monitoring and control elements are also adapting
to this trend. Therefore, CTU UCEEB in cooperation with InoSens CZ and InnoRenew CoE has developed combined sensors for indoor
air quality with natural design.
The new design collection of IAQ indoor air quality sensors follows the trend of using natural materials in building interiors while maintaining the ability to measure a comprehensive range of variables including temperature, relative humidity, CO2 concentration, organic volatile compounds VOC and optionally PM10 and PM2.5 dust concentrations.
The advantage of the comprehensive sensor platform is the wide range of communication interfaces (RS485, WiFi, LoRaWAN) and the use of open standardized communication protocols (Modbus RTU/TCP, MQTT, HTTP). Both features facilitate the integration of the sensors into building automation and monitoring systems.