CO2 Sensor, BAPI-Stat “Quantum Prime” Enclosure with Temperature and Humidity Measurement
Part Number: BA/AQP
The BAPI-Stat “Quantum Prime” CO2 Sensor is an accurate and reliable way of incorporating demand controlled ventilation into a building’s HVAC strategy. It measures the CO2 in a range of 0 to 2,000 ppm with a 0 to 10 VDC output. The “24/7” dual channel unit has been optimized for continuously occupied areas and features a three-point calibration process for enhanced stability, accuracy and reliability.
The unit includes temperature and humidity measurement and optional display, temperature setpoint adjustment and occupant override. The CO2 level is indicated as “Good, Fair or Poor” by three discrete green, yellow and red LED’s on the front of the unit. The red LED will begin to flash when the unit exceeds 2,000 ppm, indicating that fresh air needs to be brought in.
Barometric pressure changes from altitude or weather patterns can affect CO2 sensors, even putting them outside of their specified accuracy. The BAPI unit has a built-in Barometric pressure sensor that continuously compensates the output for accurate readings despite the weather or altitude of the installation.
- BAPI-Stat “Quantum Prime” Enclosure Style
- Automatic Barometric Pressure Compensation for Accurate Readings Regardless of Weather or Altitude
- Optional Temperature Setpoint and Occupant Override
- 10K-2, 10K-3 or 10K-4 Thermistor Temperature Sensor