HALO Smart Sensor: A Simple Solution to Vape Detection and Air Quality Monitoring

Microman - A Technician installing a detector

According to the CDC, as of October 8, 2019, 1,299 lung injury cases associated with e-cigarette use, or vaping, have been reported, and twenty-six deaths have been confirmed in 21 states. * School and health officials are struggling with a sudden influx of easily concealed e-cigarette devices.

Microman, in partnership with PM Power Products, provides an easy to implement and cost-effective solution to detect vape, smoke and THC, utilizing the HALO IoT Smartsensor with the StaffAlerterCommand and Notification system.

The HALO Smart Sensor-VAPE 1 detectors, as part of StaffAlerter, will communicate a message when there is an environmental change, which then alerts the appropriate staff. HALO detects flammables, hazardous chemicals, air quality changes, including vaping and smoking, and changes in temperature and humidity. With StaffAlerter, the SA-VAPE 1 device can go into places where cameras are not allowed due to privacy concerns.

Beyond detecting unwanted chemicals in the air, HALO goes a step further by analyzing room occupancy through light detection and detecting noise level fluctuations in an area. If the device picks up any unusual activity, it automatically sends alerts to staff through SMS text, email and/or phone message to warn of these conditions.

Microman specializes in working with clients to create a custom device plan for their specific needs. This custom plan, created and implemented by our IT Professionals, provides our clients with cost effective solutions that offer peace of mind for their business.

HALO Smart Sensors are less than six-inches-wide and can be mounted flush with the ceiling to provide a seamless appearance and offer solutions for a variety of industries including hotels, airports, schools, offices, apartments and stores, among others.

Contact Microman today to learn how we can help monitor and prevent vaping in your environment.

* https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/severe-lung-disease.html#latest-outbreak-information