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This air quality sensor quickly and precisely detects the carbon dioxide content in the air, using an infrared system. It then signals how stuffy the air is, using both pictograms of faces and colour signals to do so. A green light signifies good air quality (up to 1,500ppm CO2), a yellow light indicates medium air quality (1,500 - 2,500ppm CO2) and a red light signals bad air quality (more than 2,500 ppm CO2). Additionally, acoustic signals indicate any changes in the air quality. The air quality signal is maintenance-free.
With the April issue, we celebrate the 40th anniversary of IEN Europe. For that occasion we present numerous interesting articles and interviews on technologies that have been groundbreaking over the past decades. An interview with Nexans is on the Evolution of Cables . A technical article by the EMVA on Machine Vision emphasizes the milestones that have been important for the automation industry. A very recent and up-to-date topic, Industry 4.0, is discussed in an Interview with Wibu Systems, a company dedicated to the protection of know-how. IEN Europe April also features a retrospective on Low-voltage Switchgear by Eaton. To celebrate IEN’s 40th anniversary properly, we have a Reader Offer for you, where you can win a high-tech visual IR thermometer. So please celebrate with us and enjoy!
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