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PM - air quality sensor

The BAPI-Stat “Quantum” Particulate Matter Sensor is an accurate and reliable way of continuously monitoring the concentration of particles in a room.

Laser-based sensors provide the highest accuracy for commercial applications and will measure particle concentrations from 0 to 1,000 ug/m3.

The benefits include:

• Enables the BMS to achieve true IAQ (indoor air quality).

• Measures PM (Particulate Matter) PM1, PM2.5 & PM10 - field selectable.

• Output ranges 0-5V, 0-10V & 4 to 20mA - field selectable

• Does not require annual calibration.

• Five-year warranty – Our products are designed and manufactured to last.

• BAPI backed – If our product fails within the warranty period, we will not only repair or replace it, we provide a labour credit.


PM Ranges

PM10 - Very small particles found in dust and smoke

PM2.5 - 100 times thinner than a human hair and remain suspended for longer

PM1.0 - Ultra-fine dust particles that penetrate directly through the lungs into the bloodstream.

                     0 to 100 µg/m³              100 to 1,000 µg/m³

PM10           ±25 µg/m³                     ±25% of reading

PM2.5          ±15 µg/m³                     ±15% of reading

PM1.0          ±25 µg/m³                     ±25% of reading

• Response Time: Less than six seconds.

• CE EN 61326-1:2013 EMC, UL, RoHS
 +44 (0)1252 544410

26 August 2021


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