How to Choose An Air Quality Sensor
With the rapid development of society, air pollution caused by various elements is becoming a more and more serious topic for all human beings. If these substances stay in the air for too long, they can pose a serious threat to our health.
We are all aware of the danger, but we seldom pay attention to the consequences involved in air pollution. Since these polluted elements in the air are too small to be seen, the only way we get to know them is to measure the air with an air quality sensor.
Choose air quality sensors is not an easy thing as they are subjected to rigorous production standards. Here are some of the factors you should consider when choosing air quality sensors.
Air Quality Sensor: Main Functions
It is of great importance to choose air quality sensors with optimized detection functions. Air quality sensors are often used to monitor the cleanness of the air. Depending on the particle size, they can have a different harmful effect on the human body.
For instance, PM10 can harm our throat influencing our breathing. Another example could be PM2.5, these particles can enter our blood vessels, and the harmful substances can lead cause cancer and other pathologies.
Indoor gas and pollution sources are also diverse. Volatile pollutants such as VOC emitted by paints and adhesives in decoration materials and carbon dioxide effects can be hard to perceive. However, if we are in an unventilated room, the increase of carbon dioxide concentration will cause the air to be stale and lack of oxygen. In this regard, using air quality sensors is the only valid solution to improve air quality.
Other than the detection function, when you choose an air quality sensor you need to consider their “stability”, which means the ability of the sensor to keep its performance in its life span. If the sensor cannot adapt to the environment, it will lose its function of monitoring and alarming.
Upon summarizing these factors of choosing a proper air quality sensor, we would like to bring you two popular solutions: GVS Air Quality Sensor PVR and Air Quality Sensor PCR. These air quality sensors can monitor and assess the air pollution index, including PM2.5/PM10, AQI, as well as temperature and humidity. The PVR sensor can detect VOC content, while the PCR is designed to detect carbon dioxide.
GVS Air Quality Sensor PVR and Air Quality Sensor PCR are fully KNX devices, which means you can use these sensors from GVS with any other KNX system. Get a GVS air quality sensor and you will live a safer and pollution-free life.
Equipped with HD screens on the air quality detectors, it can display the detection data in real-time. The digital display on the screen is visible even in the dark to bring further convenience to the users.
On top of that, these air quality detectors adopt standard 86-box wall installation with modular design and simple wiring. They are suitable both for older homes and for new homes that have not finished the wiring installation yet.
All products from GVS will interact with the smart home system in the room. Once indoor air quality pollution level exceeds the standard, air quality detectors will link with the system and carry out corresponding control, to optimize the home environment and improve the overall indoor life.
GVS is known as the first company in the domestic KNX industry to develop air quality detectors that can detect PM2.5. Founded in 1999, GVS has won many honors and aims at connecting the world through a one-stop technology platform.
If you wonder how to choose air quality sensors for your home or facility. You can look to GVS solution for better air quality.