CO2 Monitor can be used in various industries

Implementing IR-SoC technology, ZG106A-M is built with minimal parts count and detects carbon dioxide (CO2) for the healthy environment.

ZyAura, a world class leader and supplier of IR sensor technology and temperature measurement devices, is pleased to introduce a new CO2 monitor for use in scientific, commercial, and consumer applications.


The ZG106 is a new and low-cost carbon dioxide monitor implementing IR-SoC technology. Its many features include a data logger that can record up to 24 hours of data, an extreme level indicator, and a CO2 level alarm than can be set between 400-10,000ppm by the user. The ZG106 accurately detects carbon dioxide levels between 0 to 10,000 ppm. By using an in-house ASIC design, ZyAura has created a CO2 monitor that has an extremely low parts count, attributing to the low cost of the ZG106. This gas monitor is suitably fit for applications in Indoor Air Quality(IAQ), HVAC, safety, other industries.

ZyAura, established in 2000, is a premier provider of infrared sensing devices. This company has emerged as one of the world's most well-known manufacturers of infrared thermometers (IRT). Their extensive product line includes various IRTs that can be used in an array of scientific, professional, academic, and personal applications.

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