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CO2Go Mini Desktop Carbon Dioxide and Temperature Monitor

The CO2Go is a low-cost, compact and easy-to-use mini desktop carbon dioxide and temperature meter.

CO2Go was developed to monitor Indoor Air Quality and can be used in offices, schools, meeting rooms, homes and other places where personal comfort and health is important.

The CO2Go is easy to use: just plug it in to a USB port, and it will begin to measure air quality instantly. It has no moving parts, and is designed to last for years. Three LEDs - green, yellow and red - show overall air quality, or you can read the CO2 and temperature levels on the large display.

The CO2Go even comes with free data logging software for Windows PCs.

But the best part of the CO2Go is the price: $99 dollars each. This makes the CO2Go the lowest price full-featured CO2 meter on the market.

The CO2Go mini desktop carbon dioxide and temperature meter.

About CO2 Meter.com

CO2Meter.com is the website for CO2Meter, Inc., an engineering firm located in Ormond Beach, Florida.

Ray Hicks, President, has owned or managed numerous engineering and technical start-up companies over the last 30 years. In addition, he holds several patents in the photographic and gas detection fields.

While consulting with the South African mining industry several years ago (where he met Irene), Mr. Hicks realized that many high-tech, yet low-cost gas detectors invented and marketed in Europe and Asia were not yet available in North America.

To bring these products to the U.S., CO2Meter, Inc. has negotiated North American distributorships for products from industry leaders in the field of gas detection.

Irene Hicks, the CEO of CO2Meter, Inc. spent her career in the mining industry, and is familiar with every facet of personal gas safety monitors. Her knowledge of safety equipment suppliers worldwide insures that we offer only industry-proven, best-of-class safety products.

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