|Name:||HiYi Alarm Record Data Storage Wireless Transmission 24 Hours Environmental Pollution Monitoring Devices||Detecting Gas:||CO,NO2,O3,SO2,PM2.5, PM10|
|Response Time:||<45s||Emperature: Measuring Range:||-40℃~60℃|
|Humidity Measuring Range:||0~100%RH||Wind Direction:||0~360°|
|Wind Speed:||0~30m/s||Connect:||With RS485/RS232 Port, Analog Quantity Interface, Internet Port, Extension Interface|
|Alarm Function:||With High Concentration Alarm Function, The Platform Can Configure The Alarm Threshold||Box Material:||Q235 Spray, Stainless Box Optional|
24H Air Pollution Monitoring Devices,
30m/s Air Pollution Monitoring Devices,
24H Air Quality Monitoring System
HiYi Alarm Record Data Storage Wireless Transmission 24 Hours Environmental Pollution Monitoring Devices
A6 Air Quality Monitoring System
Environmental Noise Dust Online Monitoring System
The Air Quality Monitoring System (AQMS) is a facility to measure wind speed, direction, other weather parameters, concentration of air pollutants (such as SO2, NOx, CO, O3, THC etc), and particulate matters continuously all year round. Mobile AQMS can also be customized to monitor multiple sites via one system.
|Dust Measuring range||PM2.5:0~200ug/m3
Wind speed: 0~30m/s
Wind direction: 0~360°
|Output interface||RS485, GPRS|
Monitor system: 42cm*40cm
Vertical column: 3m or 1.5m(optional)
|Sampling time||The standard time is 10 minutes or customized|
|Installation type||Vertical column or Wall-mounted|
Pollution control in traffic environment;
Road and tunnel pollution monitoring;
Urban air quality monitoring;
Emission monitoring of particulate and pollution sources;
Long-term air quality trends analysis;
Short-term atmospheric environmental impact assessment;
Environmental monitoring in residential areas, schools, Hospitals;
Park / forest environmental monitoring;
Industrial area air quality monitoring: Chemical plant, Power plant, Landfill, Incineration station, Port, Sewage treatment plant, Storage facilities, Underground facilities, etc.
Particulate air pollution is defined by the US EPA as an air-suspended mixture of both solid and liquid particles. They are often separated into three classifications; coarse, fine and ultrafine particles. Coarse particles have a diameter of between 10 µm and 2.5 µm and settle relatively quickly whereas fine (1 to 2.5 µm in diameter) and ultrafine (<1 µm in diameter) particles remain in suspension for longer. Keep in mind that due to how the scale is built, PM10 (coarse) also automatically contains PM2.5 (fine) and PM1.0 (ultrafine). Additionally, PM2.5 (fine) contains PM1.0 (ultrafine) as well. To put things into perspective, human hair has a diameter of 50-70 µm and a grain of sand has a diameter of 90 µm.
When someone talks about PM10 they are referring to particles smaller than 10 µm. These particles include dust, pollen and mold spores. Conversely, when someone references PM2.5 they are referring to particles smaller than 2.5 µm. These smaller particles include combustion particles, organic compounds and metals.
Contact Person: Lisa Niu