Updated: 03/13/2014 21:49

New device to measure indoor PSI levels in real time



New device to measure indoor PSI levels in real time

A local company has developed a new device which measures indoor PSI levels in real time. 

The device - miS-83-FNB - is also able to monitor PM2.5 and PM10 concentrations. 

It's designed to be used indoors, in restaurants, cafes and other food outlets. 

The device is about the size of a loaf of bread, and can be placed innocuously anywhere. 

Readings can be remotely monitored through a smart phone. 

Food outlets can then display the readings on a screen, for customers to view and dine at ease. 

The device was developed over the past year by CAL Technologies with a budget of over two million dollars. 

Current PSI reading devices measure outdoor levels, and are computed at 3-hour and 24-hour averages.

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