This monitor helps you to track real-time CO2 levels
wherever you go indoor & outdoor. Our pocket sized
monitor is the slimmest and handy device that you can easily fit into your pocket.
Mobile App Enabled
400 mAh Battery
Compliance with LEED, WELL, and ASHRAE standards
Displaying the real-time CO2 levels in form of both the emoticon and CO2 levels.
Green, yellow, and red color representation.
A display of CO2 ranges in PPM – the range shown in green means the CO2 levels
are good and red being the worst.
Green, Yellow, and Red emoticon display based on the levels of CO2, red being the highest,
and green being the lowest.
Representation of levels of CO2 in bar graph form so you can analyze the past data and
compare the already stored data.
Remote Data Accessibility
AQI data cloud storage eases the accessibility of the monitor’s
air quality data remotely anytime anywhere wherever you go.
to Mobile App
1. Install AQI App & Sign Up
Install the AQI app on your smartphones from the app store. Sign up & log in through your account.
2. Connect the device With the app
Go to "My Device" & select Pocket CO2 Monitor. Long press the power button on top of the device until a QR code appears on the screen.
3. Scan the QR & Configure WiFi
Scan the QR code or Enter the device ID displayed on your device screen. Fill in your Wi-Fi details. Your device should successfully be connected now.
4. Now Get the Insightful Data-
Analyse the CO2 level in real-time & historical data stored in the AQI cloud through the app on your smartphone.
Our monitor detects CO2 levels at ±5 % accuracy with the help of an in-built NDIR sensor. The product has a 400 mAh battery with 30 minutes (approx.) charging time. It can measure the CO2 range up to 5,000 ppm.
- Type-C USBCharging
- CO2 LevelReal-time Data
- WiFi 2.4 GHzConnectivity
|Range||Up to 5000 ppm|
|Dimension||7.62 x 5.08 x 2.54 cm|
|Power Supply||5V DC / Type-C USB cable|
|Data Storage||AQI Cloud Storage (option)|
|Mobile App Enabled||AQI Mobile App [iOS & Android]|
|Battery||400 mAh rechargeable battery|
CO2 Health Index
The CO2 health index will help you understand the quality of the air you breathe and
the health impacts. You will also know if your house or office ventilation
system is good or bad.
The air is fresh and free from toxins. People are not exposed to any health risk.
Indoor CO2 levels with a good ventilation rate
Tiredness, laziness, and stuffiness in the air
Lack of concentration, sleepiness, drowsiness, headaches, increased heart rate, stuffiness in the air, nausea, etc. can be experienced.
Many countries have occupational exposure (like an eight-hour TWA).
Such high levels of exposure can cause acute oxygen shortage, unconsciousness, severe neurological damage, and even death.
Applications of CO2 Monitor
Based on the dense CO2 concentrations that can be present indoors, Prana Air Pocket CO2 monitor
can have various indoor applications like home, school, office, etc. The below cases are on a condition when any fresh air machine or proper ventilation system is not facilitated.
Moderate CO2 At Home – Morning
Usually, at beginning of the day, the CO2 levels will range from good to moderate in the early morning.
CO2 Range: Between 400-1000 ppm
Time Frame: Till 10 am
Health Impacts: Headaches, vomiting, & drowsiness.
Good CO2 At Home – Day
When there is proper ventilation and the number of people inside a house is minimal, CO2 levels remain under the good category.
Levels <250 ppm : CO2 Range
10 am – 5 pm : Time Frame
Safe to breathe : Health Impacts
Bad CO2 At Home – Evening
Usually, in the evening and night, the CO2 level at home increases when the family members return from their work and gather together.
CO2 Range: Levels ≥ 2000 ppm
Time Frame: 6 pm – 10 am
Health Impacts: Loss of consciousness, dangerous
Graph of CO2 Monitoring at Home
Note: The data shown on the above graph is on the base of a region where the sun rises at 5-6 am and sun sets at 7-8 pm around, and working days are Monday to Friday only. At home, the CO2 levels fall where adults and children are not present during day of Monday to Friday. It begins to rise again when occupancy increases in the evening.
Moderate CO2 in School – Morning
Usually, the CO2 level in the early morning is moderate when the number of students and staff is not much. The range increases when the number of students and staff increases.
CO2 Range: Between 400-1000 ppm
Time Frame: From 8 am – 12 pm
Health Impacts: lifelong respiratory infections, unattentiveness, etc.
Bad CO2 in School – Day (Afternoon)
An increase in the CO2 levels even by 100 ppm corresponds to a 0.2% increase in absence rates.
CO2 Range: >2000 ppm.
Time Frame: Between 12-2 PM
Health Impacts: Cognitive, IQ skills, mental abilities of the child
Good CO2 in School – Evening
As the school day ends, there is a progressive decline in the number of students on the school grounds. When the ventilation rate is good, CO2 levels start to decline and the air quality begins to improve.
CO2 Range: ≤ 1000 ppm
Time Frame: After School
Health Impacts: It is good to breathe.
Graph of CO2 Monitoring In A Classroom
Note: The data displayed on the graph above is based on a region where schools are in session from Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. When students enter a classroom, the CO2 levels begin to increase. After the classes are finished, it starts to fall.
Moderate CO2 in Office – Morning
Early in the morning, when working hour begins, CO2 levels are typical to moderate as the employees are not fully present.
CO2 Range: <1000 ppm
Time Frame: From 9 am – 11 pm
Health Impacts: Employees feel fresh and active when there are good to moderate CO2 levels.
Bad CO2 in Office – Day (Afternoon)
As all the employees are present, then CO2 levels rise as a result of respiration and accumulate over time, they are in an unhealthy range.
CO2 Range: It can exceed up to 3000 ppm
Time Frame: between 12 pm – 4 pm
Health Impacts: Dizziness, loss of coordination, unattentiveness
Good CO2 in Office – Evening
As the number of employees decreases at the end of the day, so does the amount of CO2 in the air.
CO2 Range: <1000 ppm
Time Frame: After 7 pm CO2 levels begin to drop.
Health Impacts: When there is good ventilation, the air becomes good to inhale.
Graph of CO2 Monitoring in An Office
Note: The data displayed on the graph above is based on information from a location where business hours are typically between 10 am and 6 pm Monday through Friday. When an employee enters an office, the CO2 levels begin to rise. After they leave in the evening, it starts to fall.
Clean Air Quality Solution
Fresh Air Machine
Prana Air provides the solution to indoor air pollution with an air purifying machine to purify the air pollutants.
Places Where There is High CO2 Level
It helps you understand the level of Carbon Dioxide of your location. Works as both – real-time indoor and outdoor CO2
monitoring sensor; the LCD display shows you CO2 reading indicating
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