Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitors

Please note these devices are NOT Carbon Monoxide detectors and are NOT life safety devices.

CO2 Monitors help give an indication on how well your home or workspace is ventilated. Poor ventilation has been known to cause drowsiness and headaches. Knowing the CO2 level can help you identify if you need to take steps to improve ventilation or air quality. Good air quality helps lower the risk of airborne infections.

Each CO2 Kit Contains:
  • An Aranet4 CO2 monitor
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User Manual
  • Batteries

CO2 Monitor

How it Works

The Aranet4 CO2 Monitor is battery operated and is suitable for monitoring CO2 levels at home, at the office, or any other indoor setting. The CO2 measurement is displayed directly on the screen. Optionally you can download the free Aranet4 app to track your CO2 measurements. 

For accurate readings, take the device outdoors in an open area away from crowds. After a few minutes the reading should be between 400 to 450 ppm. This means it is properly calibrated. If it is not properly calibrated, follow the instructions in the User Manual.

Frequently Asked Questions

From any Thompson-Nicola Regional Library location. You will need a Thompson-Nicola Regional Library card to borrow the Carbon Dioxide Monitor.

Carbon Dioxide Monitors can be signed out for 7 days. 1 renewal.

Download the free Aranet App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store and pair your device to the Carbon Dioxide Monitor.

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