Aeroqual Sensor Information

Aeroqual Sensor Technology: 

Technology: Description: Design:
GSS Our gas sensitive semiconductor sensors use proprietary sensing material, built-in automatic baseline correction and interference rejection. This combination results in ppb resolution and a highly linear response.
GSE Our gas sensitive electrochemical sensors generate nano-amp currents proportional to the gas concentration. Aeroqual uses low noise electronics to capture these signals resulting in low detection levels.
LPC Our laser particle counter for particulate matter measurement uses optimized signal processing, low noise electronics and algorithms to correct for interferences, e.g. humidity.
NDIR Our non-dispersive infra-red sensors use infra-red light, a narrow band-pass filter and photodiode to measure the intensity of light at the gas absorption band. The light intensity is proportional to the gas concentration.
PID Our photo ionization detector sensors use a krypton filled UV lamp to ionize VOC gas molecules and generate a current that’s proportional to the VOC concentration. The PID sensor responds to a wide range of VOCs and is industry recognized. The PID sensor uses is a 10.6 eV UV lamp that has a run time of 5000 lit hours. The operating life is up to 5 years.

 

All sensors benefit from active sampling and come factory calibrated.

Note: Sensor head colors vary by gas type. Not all colors are shown.

 

Sensor Head Design:

Design: Product Compatibility: Design:

Type 1 (Standard sensor head)

Series 200 / 300 / 500 / Ranger handheld monitors


Series 900 fixed monitors


Standard remote sensor kit

Type 2 (Fits inside enclosure)

Industrial enclosure


Series 930 fixed monitors


IP-rated remote sensor kit

Carbon dioxide

 

Series 200 / 300 / 500 / Ranger handheld monitors


Series 900 fixed monitors


Standard remote sensor kit

Particulate matter (PM10 / PM2.5)

 

Series 200 / 300 / 500 handheld monitors


Standard remote sensor kit

Particulate matter (PM1 / PM2.5 /PMrsp/ PM10/ TSP)

 

Ranger

 

 

Every sensor head has an inlet and outlet: 

Sensor Accuracy:

 

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