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New room conditions sensor designed to maximise office comfort

Leading smart sensor manufacturer Pressac has launched a new room conditions sensor designed to ensure buildings are being used in the optimum way.

The new sensor allows for the monitoring of a range of different factors – room occupancy, light intensity, sound levels, temperature and humidity.

Using Pressac’s new multi-sensor technology, developed earlier this year, it enables organisations to fit one device that will monitor all five things, making it simple and easy to install and maintain.

It provides real-time data allowing organisations to respond quickly to any issues that arise.

Jamie Burbidge, Pressac’s Product Manager said: “The sensor is an all-in-one solution for companies looking to improve the conditions of their buildings, whether that be ensuring they meet safety regulations, or simply making their offices or factories more pleasant places to work.”

“Never has there been more focus on getting the working environment right, with the pandemic heightening many people’s expectations of their offices as they return from working at home.”

“This new sensor is quick and easy to install and maintain, and the data can be transmitted to a range of IoT platforms.”
The sensor uses passive infrared technology to detect room occupancy, and sound, light, temperature and humidity levels helping businesses see how their buildings are used, allowing them to reconfigure areas to ensure the best conditions for their workforce.

Real-time data from the sensors can be sent to a local network or the cloud — via Ethernet, LTE (4G) or WiFi — using Pressac’s smart gateway, which includes ready-made connections to MQTT, IBM Watson IoT, AWS loT Core, Microsoft IoT Hub, Google Sheets and Node-RED.

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