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Meeting Stringent CO2 Building Code Requirements

The smallest CO2 sensor to meet California’s Building Code Title 24 requirements.

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As today’s world is struggling to come to grips with a worldwide pandemic and the rapid spread of viruses, accurate and reliable indoor air quality monitoring has become a crucial part of existing and newly updated building codes. This white paper discusses carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring requirements as covered by California’s Title 24 standard (one of the strictest building code standards in the U.S.), its associated demands for CO2 sensors, and how Infineon’s XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor became fully compliant with California’s Title 24, making it the ideal candidate for precise and dependable air quality monitoring.

by Tanja Hofner, Lead Principal HW & Systems Engineer, Infineon Technologies

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