The Airlab has two main functions; measuring environmental conditions and communication.

 

​The Airlab measures environmental metrics such as ambient temperature, humidity, sound levels, as well as air quality parameters including CO2, TVOC levels and PM levels.

 

It also acts as the communications gateway between Pebble sensors and the cloud-based Solutions Hub. Data collected via Pebble occupancy sensors is relayed to the Airlab via a closed Bluetooth mesh network. This information as well as the environmental data collected by the Airlab itself is streamed to the Solutions Hub at pre-determined intervals.

 

Good indoor air quality enhances occupant health, comfort and workplace productivity. Organizations, more than ever, are interested in ensuring that indoor environments are healthy and that the risk of potential virus survivability and spread is minimized.

Views:

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Dimensions:

125mm x 93mm x 27mm

Weight:

104,7 g

Measures:

CO2 levels

TVOC levels

Temperature

Humidity

Sound levels

Particle Matter

  • PM 10

  • PM 4

  • PM 2.5

  • PM 1

Placement example:

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Power:

No on-site configuration is required, the transmission will happen automatically when the device is powered. Airlab only need to be plugged in using the supplied 5-volt power supply. Airlab will immediately start measuring and sending data to the cloud.

Communication:

Data collected via Pebble occupancy sensors is relayed to the Airlab via a closed Bluetooth mesh network. This information as well as the environmental data collected by the Airlab itself is streamed to cloud-based Solutions Hub at pre-determined intervals. This transmission happens securely and seamlessly anywhere in the world via GSM using MQTT communications protocol. The secure independent connectivity means no other gateway function, or integration with client network is needed.