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Indoor Air Quality Meter - CO2, Temperature & Relative Humidity

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  • Provides accurate information about the quality of air in your home, office or greenhouse
  • Continuously measures carbon dioxide, temperature and relative humidity
  • Self-calibrating, no moving parts to wear out
  • Just plug it into a wall socket -- the TIM10 turns on instantly
  • Measure CO2: 0-10,000ppm - Temperature: 0-120F - %RH: 20-80%
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.5 x 4.5 inches ; 6.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001PDGFR8
  • Item model number: TIM10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,597 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The TIM10 CO2 Monitor lets you quickly, accurately, and inexpensively test CO2 levels around your home. Move it from room to room to test CO2 levels in your house. It can reveal if your home's heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system is operating properly. High CO2 levels indicate inadequate or closed return air ducts. Low CO2 levels indicate too much fresh air and wasted heating or cooling energy. In addition to its CO2 meter, the TIM10 has an accurate digital thermometer and relative humidity indicator. Use it to test your child's bedrooms. Low humidity in the winter can lead to nosebleeds, coughs, and sore throats. High humidity in the summer can result in mold and even structural damage. Do you own a greenhouse? Increasing CO2 makes flowering plants, vegetables, and seedlings grow bigger and faster. Working in the garage? Kerosene heaters, gasoline and diesel engines give off huge clouds of CO2 in addition to more deadly gasses. The TIM10 CO2 Monitor will warn you with an alarm before the exhaust fumes become dangerous.

Customer Reviews

This unit seems to be working very well.
tek8685
It showed me the effects of the fireplace on room air quality.
Flyguy
The temperature and humidity meters also seem pretty accurate.
Jungle Pete

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Venetsian T. Jakimov on November 4, 2011
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This meter changed my world! The moment I powered the meter a High CO2 level alarm sounded. My CO2 was around 2800 ppm. I was a bit surprised at first but then realized that the small office gets filled quite fast with breath exhaust carbon dioxide. In my bedroom (closed environment) for example I have around 350-500ppm (fresh air) and after 10 hours of sleep it was 2000ppm (over 2k ppm is considered unhealthy). I found on the internet that the FDA suggests keeping the C02 levels to be kept below 1000 ppm and they explain that levels over 2000 ppm is unhealthy as it reduces energy and sometimes causes slight headaches. I've inspected all rooms for air pollution and found out that the meter responds quite fast to new environments and can give you stable reading within less than a minute. It seems that good fresh air circulation is needed to keep the CO2 levels normal.
I highly recommend this product!
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By huntandpeck on November 30, 2012
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In terms of doing its basic job of displaying information about CO2 level, humidity and temperature of the air in the immediate area, it seems to do its job. I must, of course, add the caveat that I don't have another device around that I can compare its readings to, but I can say that the CO2 level, humidity and temperature indications on this device do seem to track with actions in a room that you would expect to raise or lower these numbers in the way that it indicates.

However, its user interface was crafted with no care or concern for making it easy or even remotely understandable to operate. It was clearly created by people who were afraid of spending a few more pennies to put a few more buttons with labels that make sense or to put the kind of all-points-addressible LCD display on this thing that would allow it to spell out its menu options and various air quality conditions with REAL WORDS.

Instead, it displays codes like "E02" to indicate that the humidity is too low for it to measure, and menus are organized in a weird nested system numbered "P10" through "P30" with submenus numbered even more weirdly -- you wouldn't believe what you have to do just to set the time or adjust it for daylight savings time! What fool came up this? This is actually worse than setting the clock on even the most inconsiderately designed VCR!

Also, returning to the buttons, although the positioning of the buttons along the bottom edge may add a certain bit to its "cuteness" in terms of how it looks, the visual appeal quickly fades when you realize how all-too-easy it is to pick this silly thing up in a way that causes one of those buttons to accidentally be pressed.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mark Lemon on January 16, 2009
Purchased one of these for my office. Worried the CO2 level was too high, suprised to discover it was too low! The outsde air damper in the building was stuck open, so we were running the furnace 24/7. Fixed it and the utility bill dropped. Neat!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Meglemre on September 4, 2013
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To be honest, I'd give the product 4.5 stars - it's the customer service that brings it to an overall 5 for me.

They sent it to me promptly. It worked great for three months, then one day went completely dead for some reason. I contacted the seller, even though it was months outside of the return window. They authorized the return anyway, so I sent it back to them to take a look at.

After they got it, I called and they told me they couldn't find a problem, it seemed to work fine. I could hear it beeping over the phone as they told me, so I figured okay, that's weird, but if it works, great, go ahead and send it back. They did.

I got it back. It worked great for about five minutes, then died again. Evidently it wanted to act like one of those obnoxious electronic defects that never wants to show itself when the repair guy is looking - it happens from time to time, even with otherwise excellent products - nothing is perfect 100% of the time, so no worries .

I called them again and told them what happened. Without any resistance at all, they told me they would send me a replacement. They told me not to spend the money shipping the old unit back again, just to provide the serial number so they can contact the manufacturer, and they would pay the freight on the replacement. It arrived a couple days later from Florida (I'm in Seattle).

The new one is working great, and this seller does not hesitate to correct a customer service issue with the utmost integrity. Five stars all the way. . . seller is a credit to the Amazon community.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By MH on April 1, 2013
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I had done some air sealing to reduce attic air infiltration. I got this meter to see if I was getting enough fresh air. Readings were inside 1500ppm, outside 395ppm. Not good. I should have tested the CO2 before the air sealing. For now I have to keep some windows cracked to get below 1000ppm. As far as the meter operation is concerned, it's simple enough. It defaults to celcius so you will have to set it to farenheit if you want. The menu system is cryptic but not too bad. I find the temperature reading is off a couple of degrees but the humidity accuracy if reasonable.
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