The Learnometer is designed in association with Professor Stephen Heppell and his research team and has been created specifically for education. Gratnells Learnometer enables you to comprehensively monitor your learning environment and improve learning outcomes. It tracks the seven key factors that determine air quality: temperature, humidity, light, sound levels, carbon dioxide (CO2), chemicals (VOCs), and dust (PM2.5). It has a touch sensitive and fully customizable display, with an 8-hour battery backup.
It can be used to constantly monitor your classroom air quality, and connects to your wireless network so you can access the data and manage it remotely. The Learnometer data contributes to Professor Heppell's ongoing classroom environment research project.
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CO2 levels - The Learnometer sensor can detect levels between 400-5,000ppm ±75ppm or 10%.
Chemicals (TVOCs) levels - The Learnometer will detect between 0 and 60,000ppb ±10%
Fine Dust (PM2.5) levels - The Learnometer can measure from 0 to 1,000μg/m³ ±15μg/m³ or 15%
Temperature levels - The Learnometer will measure temperatures between -40 and 125°C (-40 and 257°F) ±0.2°C.
Humidity levels - The Learnometer will measure levels between 0 and 100% ±2%
Ambient Light (Lux) levels - The Learnometer will measure light levels between 0 and 64,000lux in brightness.
Ambient Noise (dBA) levels - The Learnometer has an ambient noise sensor measuring between 40 abd 95dB, A-weighted, slow-response.
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