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Qualitative Features

With the aid of this air quality monitor, you can keep tabs on CO2 levels in real time both indoors and outdoors. The thinnest and most convenient gadget that you can slip into your pocket is our pocket-sized monitor.

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    Real-time Level
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    Wi-Fi Connectivity
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    Mobile App Enabled
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    Portable Monitor
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    LCD Display
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    400 mAh Battery

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Several User Interfaceslogo

Providing both numerical and emoticon panels with the current CO2 levels shown. Red, yellow, and green are the colors represented.

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Accessibility

The monitor’s air quality data is more easily accessed remotely, anytime, anywhere, thanks to AQI data cloud storage.

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    CO2 Monitor
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    WIFI Connectivity
  • aqi cloud
    AQI Cloud Server
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    CO2 data on AQI mobile app

Connect your Prana Air Pocket CO2 monitor to AQI mobile app to track your CO2 levels in real time and ventilation score.

  • Health Advice
  • Ventilation Score
  • Historic Data
  • Monthly Insight
  • Get the health advice for indoor CO2 level from AQI app

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  • You will understand how good or bad the CO2 levels are in your house.

    co2 vantilation score data on aqi app
  • You can analyse the historic data of CO2 where you keep the monitor.

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  • The CO2 level of a whole month can be analysed on your fingertips

    Prana Air co2 monitor calender monthly data

View your Pocket CO2 monitor’s data on AQI Web-dashboard to track CO2 levels daily, weekly, and monthly exposure.

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    Real-time CO2 air quality data
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    Insightful Air quality monitoring dashboard
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    Historic air quality graphs of CO2 level
  • air quality health
    Air Quality health recommendations

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See your Pocket CO2 monitor’s data on AQI TV app at a glance. The app displays the real-time CO2 level on your TV screen.

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    Real-time CO2 air quality data
  • historic co2 data
    Historic data for 1, 8, 12 hours.
  • aqi tv app
    Control the TV app from mobile.
  • ventilation score
    The data indicates the ventilation score.

prana air pocket co2 monitor's data on AQI TV app

AQI App

Connect your Prana Air Pocket CO2 monitor to AQI mobile app to track your CO2 levels in real time and ventilation score.

  • Health Advice
  • Ventilation Score
  • Historic Data
  • Monthly Insight
  • Get the health advice for indoor CO2 level from AQI app

    health advice of co2 level
  • You will understand how good or bad the CO2 levels are in your house.

    co2 vantilation score data on aqi app
  • You can analyse the historic data of CO2 where you keep the monitor.

    pocket co2 monitor history data
  • The CO2 level of a whole month can be analysed on your fingertips

    Prana Air co2 monitor calender monthly data
AQI Dashboard

View your Pocket CO2 monitor’s data on AQI Web-dashboard to track CO2 levels daily, weekly, and monthly exposure.

  • real-time co2 data icon
    Real-time CO2 air quality data
  • dashboard icon
    Insightful Air quality monitoring dashboard
  • historic co2 graph
    Historic air quality graphs of CO2 level
  • air quality health
    Air Quality health recommendations

prana air pocket co2 monitor on aqi web-dashboard

AQI TV App

See your Pocket CO2 monitor’s data on AQI TV app at a glance. The app displays the real-time CO2 level on your TV screen.

  • real-time co2 data
    Real-time CO2 air quality data
  • historic co2 data
    Historic data for 1, 8, 12 hours.
  • aqi tv app
    Control the TV app from mobile.
  • ventilation score
    The data indicates the ventilation score.

prana air pocket co2 monitor's data on AQI TV app

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to Mobile App

step 1 - download aqi 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.

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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.

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step 3 - scan qr code & wifi configuration

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.

step 3 - scan qr code & wifi configuration
step 4 - device connect to the mobile app

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.

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Download the “AQI App

Integrate your monitor’s data to our mobile application to access the data remotely and analyze the historical trend. 

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Key Featureslogo
CO2 Monitor

Our monitor uses an integrated NDIR sensor to detect CO2 levels with an accuracy of ±5%. The gadget includes a 400 mAh battery that takes about 30 minutes to fully charge. Up to 9999 ppm of CO2 can be measured using it.

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CO2 Monitor

  • Product Name :
    Pocket CO2 monitor
  • Sensor :
    CO2 NDIR
  • Dimension :
    5.8 x 2.5 x 4.6 cm
  • Power Supply :
    5V DC / Type-C USB cable
  • Connectivity :
    WiFi [2.4GHz]
  • Mobile App Enabled :
    AQI Mobile App [iOS & Android]
  • Range :
    Up to 9999 ppm
  • Operating temperature range:
    -5° C – 45°C
  • Weight :
    60 gram
  • Display :
    LCD Display
  • Data Storage :
    AQI Cloud Storage (option)
  • Battery :
    400 mAh rechargeable battery

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NDIR Technology

for Improved Detection Accuracy

The non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) concept, the most popular and reliable CO2 detecting technology, is the foundation of Prana Air’s CO2 sensor.

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You can better understand the effects of the air you breathe
on your health by using the
CO2 health index. You’ll also be able to assess the quality of the ventilation
in your home or place of business.

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  • Good

    350-700

    good co2 level

    There are no pollutants in the fresh air. There is no risk to people’s health.

  • Moderate

    701-900

    moderate co2 level

    CO2 levels inside at a reasonable ventilation rate

  • Poor

    901-1200

    poor co2 level

    Feelings of exhaustion, sloth, and stuffiness

  • Unhealthy

    1201-1500

    unhealthy co2 level

    There may be nausea, headaches, drowsiness, stuffiness in the air, elevated heart rate, and difficulty concentrating.

  • Severe

    1501-2500

    severe co2 level

    There is occupational exposure in several countries (e.g., an eight-hour TWA).

  • Hazardous

    2500+

    hazardous co2 level

    Acute oxygen deprivation, unconsciousness, severe neurological damage, and even death can result from exposure to such high levels.

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The Prana Air Pocket CO2 monitor can be used indoors
in a variety of settings, including the home, office, and school, depending on the intense CO2 concentrations that may be encountered there.
The scenarios listed below are contingent on the absence of a suitable ventilation system or any fresh air machine.

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moderate co2 level at home
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01

Moderate CO2  At Home – Morning

Good to moderate CO2 levels are typically present in the early morning hours of the day.

 

moderate co2 icon  CO2 Range: Between 400-1000 ppm

moderate co2 icon  Time Frame: Till 10 am

moderate co2 icon  Health Impacts: Headaches, vomiting, & drowsiness.

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Good CO2  At Home – Day

CO2 levels stay in the good range when there is adequate ventilation and a low population within a home.

 

Levels <250 ppm : CO2 Range good co2 icon

 10 am – 5 pm : Time Frame good co2 icon

 Safe to breathe : Health Impacts good co2 icon

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03

Bad CO2  At Home – Evening

The CO2 level in the house typically rises in the evening and at night when family members get together after returning from their jobs.

 

bad co2 icon  CO2 Range: Levels ≥ 2000 ppm

bad co2 icon  Time Frame: 6 pm – 10 am

bad co2 icon  Health Impacts: Loss of consciousness, dangerous

Graph of CO2 Monitoring at Home

co2 monitoring at home

Note: The data on the graph above is based on a region where the sun rises at 5–6 am and sets at 7–8 pm, with Monday through Friday being the only working days. When adults and children are not present during the weekdays of Monday through Friday, the CO2 levels at home decrease. When occupancy rises in the evening, it starts to rise again.





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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.

 

moderate co2 icon  CO2 Range: Between 400-1000 ppm

moderate co2 icon  Time Frame: From 8 am – 12 pm

moderate co2 icon  Health Impacts: lifelong respiratory infections, unattentiveness, etc.

02

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.  bad co2 icon

Time Frame: Between 12-2 PM  bad co2 icon

Health Impacts: Cognitive, IQ skills, mental abilities of the child  bad co2 icon




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03

Good COin 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.

 

good co2 icon  CO2 Range: ≤ 1000 ppm

good co2 icon  Time Frame: After School

good co2 icon  Health Impacts: It is good to breathe.

Graph of CO2 Monitoring In A Classroom

graph of co2 air quality monitoring at an office

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 level in office

01

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.

 

moderate co2 icon  CO2 Range: <1000 ppm

moderate co2 icon  Time Frame: From 9 am – 11 pm

moderate co2 icon  Health Impacts: Employees feel fresh and active when there are good to moderate CO2 levels.

02

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  bad co2 icon

Time Frame: between 12 pm – 4 pm  bad co2 icon

Health Impacts: Dizziness, loss of coordination, unattentiveness  bad co2 icon



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03

Good COin Office – Evening

As the number of employees decreases at the end of the day, so does the amount of CO2 in the air.

 

good co2 icon  CO2 Range: <1000 ppm

good co2 icon  Time Frame: After 7 pm CO2 levels begin to drop.

good co2 icon  Health Impacts: When there is good ventilation, the air becomes good to inhale.

Graph of CO2 Monitoring in An Office

graph of co2 air quality 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.

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It aids in your comprehension of the carbon dioxide concentration in your area. Functions as a real-time CO2
monitoring sensor both indoors and outdoors; the CO2 reading is indicated on the LCD display.

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Home

Since a typical home setting include a variety of age groups, home CO2 monitoring becomes required. The effects of high CO2 concentrations are varied on various age cohorts.
Older people and children are most impacted The elevated CO2 levels will also affect your pets. To prevent carbon dioxide poisoning in you, your children, the elderly, and your pets, you can guarantee that the desired amounts of CO2 are maintained within your houses.

high co2 level at school

Schools

We spend most of our time indoors, at offices and schools, aside from our houses. In general, there is more CO2 in both corporate and educational contexts. Exposure to elevated CO2 levels can cause fatigue, drowsiness, and lack of focus in students and staff, leading to subpar academic and general performance. Additionally, the staff’s capacity for thought is impaired.

high co2 level at mall

Shopping Centers

A CO2 monitor is used to track a building’s ventilation rates and indoor air quality. People are always coming and going from shopping centers and malls. A handful of them leave, and others come in. Pollutants such as carbon dioxide therefore build up in shopping centers and retail establishments. In light of this, monitoring CO2 levels in the retail sector is even more important.

high co2 level at hospital

Medical Facilities

A 2011 Infinium Medical, Inc. study found that if CO2 had been monitored and the appropriate actions were taken to lessen the excessive levels, 82% of critical care incidents that resulted in brain injury and death would have been prevented. A common mistake made when controlling the hospital’s indoor air quality is not to monitor CO2 levels. The management of these levels leads to improvements in recovery time and attention issues.

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Eateries

Since inhabitants’ increased exhalation of CO2 raises the danger of viral transmission (e.g., covid-19), monitoring CO2 will be beneficial. It is possible to see the current CO2 levels on a smart LCD TV screen. With the aid of monitoring, AQI checks at lodging facilities and dining establishments will be simpler. An increase in staff productivity will come from continuous CO2 monitoring.

high co2 level in metro subways

Metro Trains

Keeping an eye on CO2 levels is a useful indicator of how well-ventilated indoor areas are. These locations include transit hubs like airports and metro subways, where people are often coming and going, especially during rush hours. In airports and subway stations, where it is very easy for pollutants to accumulate, it is imperative to regularly monitor interior air pollution levels in order to protect public health.

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