Verkada SV23 Environmental Sensor - Vape Detector
- Buy 5 for £1,074.95 £1,289.94 each and save 7%
- Manufacturer : Verkada
- Part Code : SV23-HW
- Environmental Sensor
- Can Detector Vapeing & Smoking Events
- Price Includes 1st Years Software License
Verkada SV23 Environmental Sensor Ideal For Sensing Vapeing
Verkada’s all–in–one Air Quality Sensors allow you to stay up to date with the conditions of your environment.
Indoor air quality has a direct impact on health. With Verkada’s sensor platform, you can monitor IAQ to protect against disease transmission, enhance cognitive performance and improve all–around wellbeing–right from your fingertips.
Verkada helps keep people and environments safe with native air quality integration into your physical security platform, including:
- Simple, all–in–one sensors
- Real-time monitoring
- Native integration with Cameras and Alarms
The SV23 can show the following data streams in Command:
Verkada’s Vape Index is a score derived from multiple sensors that is strongly correlated with vaping and/or smoking activity. Vape Index measurements outside of the green zone indicate suspected vaping/smoking activity, but could also reflect smoke or fumes from other sources. Smoke from cooking, burning fuel or wildfires may register highly on the Vape Index.
SV23 temperature measurements are accurate from 23°F – 122°F (-5 – 45ºC). As with other data streams, users can customize temperature alerts if a space is kept at a temperature outside of the recommended green zone.
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
CO2 measurements capture the absolute level of CO2 in an environment. At levels of 800ppm or less, CO2 is harmless. Between 800 and 2000ppm, CO2 levels can be harmful to health, at levels above 2000ppm, CO2 can be extremely harmful to human health.
Relative humidity is the amount of moisture in the air compared to what the air can hold at that temperature.
Indicates if your device has been moved or tampered with.
A measure of total noise level at the sensor. OSHA regulations state that noise levels cannot exceed 90 dBA over an 8 hour period, or 95 dBA over a 4 hour period.
TVOC is a total measure of Volatile Organic Compounds, which are chemicals that evaporate into the air and are emitted by cleaners, paints, varnishes, fragrances and hundreds of other products. Examples include benzene, ethylene glycol and formaldehyde. Measured as a TVOC index, VOCs are measured as a group because of their cumulative effects, with high TVOC values associated with negative health impacts.
Air Quality Index
The U.S. AQI measures total air pollution and provides benchmarks for healthy values. When AQI exceeds 100, air quality is unhealthy - at first for certain sensitive groups of people, then for everyone as AQI values get higher.
Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5) refers to tiny inhalable particles or droplets in the air that are less than 2.5 microns in width. These particles can have negative health effects and are caused by dust, vehicle exhaust, burning fuels, cooking, smoking and vaping.
A measure of changes in infrared light absorption caused by the motion of warm bodies, as measured by a passive infrared sensor. Powered by the same technology as motion sensors for intrusion detection, a motion event indicates human/animal motion or other large changes in infrared activity.