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The XCSpec monitor provides at-a-glance red, amber, and green LED lights to show carbon dioxide (CO2) safety levels, and a blue LED that shows fresh air flow based on positive pressure.

New Visual Display Monitors Air Quality in Classrooms

May 20, 2021
New and unique visual display shows teachers and others the quality of air in classrooms.
Corte Madera, CA  -- XCSpec Controls has introduced AirWatch, described as the first-of-its -kind visual display that shows teachers and others to see that classroom air is fresh and healthy. AirWatch is a low cost and easy to install CO2 and airflow monitor providing at-a-glance red, amber, and green LEDs to show CO2 safety levels, and a blue LED that shows fresh air flow based on positive pressure.  Contractors can easily upgrade HVAC in schools and other buildings to the AirWatch Pro offering advanced controls
for fresh air dampers, power exhaust and demand control ventilation. All components are Wi-Fi enabled and are easily configured with a mobile device or laptop.

“AirWatch provides an easy-to-understand fresh air display allowing anyone to see the quality of their air. AirWatch addresses back to school health concerns and new building codes designed to decrease the spread of viruses like COVID-19, improve health and cognition, and educate teachers and students on classroom air conditions” said Jan Peterson, CEO. 

XCSpec is a California-based technology company founded in 2013 by technology professionals Jan and Pete Peterson, with the goal of improving commercial building air quality and efficiency.  

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