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The air quality sensor is part of the air conditioning system. Air quality sensors is also known as air pollution sensors can detect and monitor dust and particulate matter in the air around us. These sensors can be used inside to detect indoor air pollution and outside to monitor pollution in the environment.

MeteoXperts Solutions has many types of sensors to detect the air quality, for example PM2.5 dust sensor, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensor, Ammonia ( NH3 ) Sensor, Sulfur Dioxide Sensor and etc. These sensors are small and provide data in near-real-time at low cost and using low amounts of power. We provides air quality measuring instruments to monitor the air pollution level. Our high-performance monitoring systems control for atmospheric air quality level calibration system. A frequent interrogation of installed datalogger and acquired can be stored and transmitted via our standard communication system. Weather Monitoring (Wind Speed, Wind Direction, Ambient Temperature, Pressure, etc) are the major facts for the control of air pollution.

Sensor-based measurement devices are becoming more popular as people are becoming aware of harmful pollution, smoke and dust, and the health impacts this has on individuals and the environment around us. The air quality sensor comes bundled with our weather station solution.Professional air quality monitoring systems provide immediate, on-site data for analysis, compliance, and decision-making. Choose from three models, all of which include the basic meteorological parameters of temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure.

Purpose of Air Quality Monitoring:

Monitoring helps in assessing the level of pollution in relation to the ambient air quality standards. That way we can identify trouble spots and ensure that we are taking the right steps to ensure we all enjoy the cleanest air possible. 

Make your environment a healthier and safer place by measuring, analyzing, and understanding the data of air pollution with this outdoor air quality monitor.

Application and uses:

Urban air quality networks, air pollution monitoring, industrial emission monitoring, building automation, and air quality research.

  • Monitor both air quality and met data with near reference measurement performance
  • All-in-one unit’s sensor modules for easy installation
  • Micro Server-based monitoring also offers individual sensor options
  • Additional meteorological sensors can be integrated such as wind, precipitation, and solar radiation
  • Cost-effective, compact sensor solution