IAQ Desktop Display Sensor.

IAQ Desktop Display Sensor

Multiple public studies1 suggest that indoor environments can profoundly impact the health and decision-making performance of building occupants. Research undertaken as part of these studies has concluded that the levels of carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, particulate matter and other contaminants commonly encountered in our indoor spaces should be held within healthy thresholds. Having actionable, real time data can contribute to increased occupant awareness and drive control strategies that can be deployed to deliver optimum, healthy indoor conditions.

Carrier’s indoor air quality desktop display sensor provides building occupants simple visual indicators and alerts of critical indoor air quality measures.

1Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; The COGfx Study: https://cogfx.forhealth.org, US EPA Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq


  • Measures and displays six critical elements of healthy indoor air quality: temperature, humidity, particulate matter (PM2.5), carbon dioxide (CO₂), total volatile organic compounds (TVOC), and the carcinogen formaldehyde (HCHO)
  • Features a bright 4.3 inch TFT capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 800*480, that dims when not in use
  • Easily integrates with the Carrier’s i-Vu system via BACnet/WiFi to share sensed values
  • Has a passivive infrared (PIR) human proximity sensor to wake the display when occupants are nearby
  • Powered by USB Type-c and has a lithium ion battery as a backup power supply
  • Supports firmware upgrades via USB if required
  • Compact, low-profile, attractive design
  • Can operate as a stand-alone device