Our HomeLINK Environmental Sensors are now available! Find out more about our latest innovation in home life safety

What are Environmental Sensors?

Written by:
Lizzie Williams
Posted On:
14th October 2021
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Environmental Sensors are our newest offering, designed to gather data on indoor environmental conditions , creating better maintained, healthier and energy efficient homes.

Providing actionable insights, our HomeLINK Environmental Sensors can be installed in high risk areas such as:

  • Bathrooms- A high-risk area for condensation , damp and mould due to high humidity and inadequate ventilation
  • Kitchens- A high-risk area for condensation, damp , mould and excess heat due to potentially limited ventilation and increased humidity from cooking.
  • Bedrooms- Residents spend a significant amount of time sleeping and it can be a risk area for allergens e.g. dust mites.
  • Living rooms- Residents are likely to spend a lot of time here, increasing CO2 levels from high occupancy and smoking.

Our Environmental Sensors  are available in two models; the Ei1020 measures temperature and humidity while the Ei1025 measures temperature, humidity and Carbon Dioxide (CO2). The Environmental Sensors provide actionable insights into conditions such as mould risk, draught risk, excess cold, heat loss and indoor air quality.

An exciting innovation in home life safety, our new Environmental Sensors are discreet and secure. They are easy to install and manage helping to overcome many challenges; from compliance to fuel poverty.

As sustainability is part of our core ethos, we are passionate about supporting the drive to reduced carbon footprint throughout the industry. Insights from our Environmental Sensors allow for preventative measures and proactive maintenance, helping landlords to meet requirements outlined in Standards and Legislation, such as the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 and the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing, as well as supporting reaching net zero targets.

Take a look at the next blog in the series where we will be discussing extracting data from our Environmental Sensors.

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