The Radon Scout Home - CO2 is the perfect solution for indoor air quality monitoring. The instrument measures the dangerous rare gas Radon as well as CO2, the most important indication of the air quality**.
Thus, the user can check whether the statutory limits* for Radon are exceeded or not, and on the other hand, the instrument signalizes immediately when a room should be ventilated. To prevent mold formation, temperature and humidity are monitored as well.
Use the Radon Scout Home at home, in your office, in schools, and everywhere you are to ensure a healthy environment. Place the unit as a smart clock on your desk.
On request, a DAkkS-accredited calibration certificate according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018 can be provided at an additional cost. In this case, the calibration will be performed at a radon concentration of 3 000 Bq/m³ with the prior determination of the background effect.
More information about as well as a request form you can find here
You can choose between German, English, Spain, Italian, Norwegian, or French languages as the default language while ordering the items by adding a comment to your order. Without any comments, we will ship the item(s) outside of Germany with English as the default language.
Please also note, that since the CO2 sensor is very energy-consuming, this instrument must be connected during CO2 measurement with an external power source (power bank, USB port of the PC, or socket via the supplied AC adapter). Without a permanent power supply, only radon, temperature, and humidity are further measured to avoid a very fast discharge of built-in batteries.
*) The radioactive noble gas radon counts as the major cause of lung cancer right after smoking. Because of this, a maximum of 300 Bq/m³ will be defined until 2018 by European law. Radon gets from ground or construction materials into buildings and leads to higher concentrations depending on availability and air exchange.
**) The German limit for the CO2 indoor concentration is 1500 ppm. A concentration below 1000 ppm is inoffensive, while the range between 1000 ppm and 2000 ppm results in reduced personal performance. Concentrations above 2000 ppm are not acceptable.