VOC Volatile Organic Compound Monitor

The wireless volatile organic compound monitoring system uses a photoionization sensor which has a measurement range of up to 10,000 ppm and a minimum of 1 ppb. This easy to install, wireless system displays data online and sends customizable alerts via text message or email. The VOC monitoring equipment can include other sensors such as CO, CO2, NO2, O3, PM or O3 to provide you with accurate information about your indoor environments. Secure cloud based data allows decision-makers and maintenance staff to monitor VOC levels from anywhere at anytime.

Contact a live Aretas representative today to discuss how we can help meet your unique monitoring needs (877) 218-6232.

The VOC detector comes standard with Temperature and Relative Humidity sensors offering more in depth data as well potential energy-saving and money-saving opportunities.

Aretas offers a volatile organic compound monitor that provides more:

  • Collect: Online data analytics, graphs, maps and archive data logging for quick decisions
  • Decide: Review one or more monitors and facilities 24/7 worldwide
  • Respond: Alerts sent via text or email to the appropriate team members
  • Simple: Wireless for easy installation
  • Solutions: Customizable solutions include the sensor mix you need

Contact us today to discuss your specific VOC concerns and how Aretas can deliver the data you need to make critical health & safety decisions.

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What is volatile organic compound air pollution?
Environment Canada reports that "VOCs include a variety of chemicals that can cause eye, nose and throat irritation, headaches, nausea, dizziness, and skin problems. Higher concentrations may cause irritation of the lungs, as well as damage to the liver, kidney, or central nervous system. Some VOCs are suspected to cause cancer in humans and have been shown to cause cancer in animals. The health effects caused by VOCs depend on the concentration and length of exposure to the chemicals." http://www.healthlinkbc.ca/healthfiles/pdf/hfile65d.pdf


At no additional charge most of our monitoring solutions include temperature and humidity monitoring to determine if energy savings opportunities exist allowing you to offset the cost of VOC and other monitoring needs.

  • Wireless frequency 802.15.4 ( does not interfere with standard IEEE 802.11 frequency).
  • 900MHz / 868MHZ (xbee, zigbee)


  • Sensor Type: Photoionization sensor
  • Temperature Range: -20 to +40 °C (-4 to +104 °F)
  • Relative Humidity Range: 0 to 90% non-condensing
  • Measurement Range: up to 10,000 ppm (see below)
  • Response Time: < 5 seconds
  • Minimum Detectable Quantity: as low as 1 ppb

We have various VOC sensors that can identify a wide range of VOC and alert you if any of your facilities have issues, anywhere in the world.  We offer the following VOC sensor ranges to meet you specific needs:

  Green 10,000ppm 100ppb  
  Purple 2,000ppm 50ppb  
  Red 200ppm 25ppb  
  Yellow 20ppm 5ppb  
  Blue 2ppm 0.5ppb  


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