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(LAKEVILLE, Minn.) – In January 2006, PureChoice will introduce an innovative analog sensor product that measures and monitors the three key indoor air quality parameters with a single, compact unit and can be integrated into legacy building automation systems.

The new Nose® Monitor “analog version” includes three basic IAQ sensors -- temperature, humidity and carbon dioxide -- on one circuit board with accurate, field selectable 0-10 VDC or 4-20 mA outputs.

“Every day, more facility managers realize the importance of incorporating good IAQ management into building control and coordination,” said Bryan Reichel, PureChoice’s CEO and president. “This Nose combines precision analog electronics with PureChoice’s specialty of highly-accurate sensing technology to produce an IAQ monitoring platform for legacy control systems requiring voltage or current signals.”

The Nose’s temperature sensor accuracy is +/- .5C, the humidity sensor is +/- 2% and the CO2 sensor is +/-5%.
PureChoice is the developer and manufacturer of The Nose® Monitor, also available in three digital versions and LonMark certified, a five-sensor version, a four-sensor version and a three-sensor version, all UL certified.

PureChoice is the industry leader in indoor air quality monitoring technology. More information about PureChoice and indoor air quality is available on the company’s website at



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