The value of a good workplace temperature cannot be overestimated. The recommended level is between 20 and 25 degrees. Your skin reacts immediately to temperatures that are too low or too high. If the room is too cold, your muscles contract, and your finger mobility is reduced. This leaves you inefficient and unfocused. If the room is too hot, you get tired and drowsy.
A correct humidity level is essential to whether or not you can function properly in a room. Low humidity can affect your airways and mucous membranes. High humidity encourages and grows dust mites and mold. The RoomAlyzer keeps a close eye on your humidity level.
Most authorities recommend that CO2 levels inside offices and classrooms do not exceed 1000 ppm (parts per million). They do so because too much CO2 can leave you tired, unfocused and with headaches. Therefore, fresh air is essential. Whenever a group of people breathe in and out in a closed room, CO2-levels go up. Many studies have shown how this affects your indoor climate. The cause of the problem seems to be small bioeffluents which leave our bodies when we breathe out. The RoomAlyzer gives you a precise CO2 reading and is a great tool to let you know when to adjust CO2 within your workspace.
Noise can be annoying and stressful and compromise your productivity. A high noise level can interrupt work situations that require concentration. This can happen in any area, but particularly in offices and classrooms. Noise can also affect you mentally. Powerful and ongoing noise can leave you with hearing impairments or tinnitus. The RoomAlyzer monitors the noise level within your workspace and can let you know when certain limits are crossed.
The RoomAlyzer detects whether or not anyone is in the room. If you know when your rooms are either vacant or in use, you can use this knowledge to cut down on your energy use. How warm do we need to keep rooms when no one is in them? Do we remember to switch off the light when we leave a room? The RoomAlyzer can also show you statistics on how often your rooms are in use and the software can be used for booking meetings too.
The light inside an office or a classroom matters more than you may think. The wrong light setting can leave you tired and give you headaches because the direction and the softness of the light play an important role when we perceive the shape of an object. An evenly distributed source of light makes objects appear shapeless. A hard and focused light setting gives you sharp shadows and highlight form and structure. The Danish authorities recommend a certain minimum of light. The RoomAlyzer can help you live up to your local recommendations.
Light in itself has a colour. Light with red undertones is usually perceived as warm, whereas blue undertones read as cold. Incandescent lamps usually have warm colours, whereas fluorescent lamps are available in different tones of light. The RoomAlyzer tells you if the colour you are using is creating the right type of environment for your usage.
VoC is short for ‘volatile organic compound’ and consists of a multitude of things. As opposed to things like temperature and humidity you cannot feel them directly. Some are artificial, like perfume and paint. Some are produced by humans, like gas and other body odours. Some carry a smell, others do not. Some VOCs are harmless whilst others can be harmful to your health. Often, harmful VoCs will not seem harmful right here and now but could cause you problems down the line. The RoomAlyzer lets you monitor if the VoC level within your classroom or office meets standard recommendations.
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