Unlike other indoor pollutants, including formaldehyde and tobacco smoke, you can’t detect CO2 with your senses alone. Carbon dioxide does not have a color or smell. The only way you can know the level of carbon dioxide is through a carbon dioxide monitor
Why use an Electricity Meter
By having access to real time consumption an organisation can start comparing its usage across days, weeks, months and even years. Additionally, by having real time access to electricity meters, property owners can compare actual usage to the municipal usage numbers that they receive.
Utilising Historical data, managers can build trends to identify when they use the most electricity and manage methods to reduce electricity consumption.
By installing multiple electricity meters, managers can identify where the majority of electricity usage occurs and suggest methods for conservation. Additionally, they can identify whether certain machines or equipment are using more electricity than they are meant to which could cause maintenance issues in the future.
Track incoming voltage and amperage to increase the life time of your machinery. Spikes in voltage or amperage could damage your machinery, however, by having appropriately placed electricity meters, automatic workflows can be triggered to switch equipment off in the event of a voltage or amperage surge.
Utilising electricity meters, managers can track downtime of machinery without being directly connected to each piece of machinery.