Professional environmental sensor-Jingxun Changtong air quality sensor
User:JXCTUpload time:Nov 19 2021

Air quality monitoring-In recent years, environmental pollution problems have been plagued people's lives, especially air pollution problems have become more and more serious, seriously threatening people's lives and health. With the rapid development of human economic activities and production, a large amount of energy is consumed, and a large amount of exhaust gas and smoke are discharged into the atmosphere, which seriously affects the quality of the atmospheric environment, especially in densely populated cities and industrial areas.

And in some areas, the air pollution index is still very high. The air pollution index determines the classification value of the pollution index and the corresponding pollutant concentration limit based on the air environmental quality standards, the ecological environmental effects of various pollutants and their impact on human health.

Air quality is not only related to the quality of human life, but also deeply affects other creatures on the planet. Therefore, we should consciously maintain our environmental protection obligations. Strive to improve human living standards. And continuously improve air quality. Due to its accuracy and scientificity. The air quality grid monitoring system can effectively improve the efficiency of haze control. Provide data and technical support for environmental supervision. And become the new mainstream of accurate haze control.

Air quality sensor

To this end, Jingxun Changtong has developed an air quality sensor to cope with the increasingly serious air quality detection problem. Jingxun Smooth Air Quality Sensor

Using professional imported semiconductor sensor probe as the core detection device; small size and low power consumption. Can complete accurate measurement. This sensor can integrate temperature, humidity, TVOC, equivalent carbon dioxide concentration and other parameters.
This probe uses the latest photodetection method from the University of Cambridge, UK. It decomposes organic matter through minute heating and calculates the TVOC concentration by measuring the amount of carbon dioxide produced. Compared with traditional semiconductor measurement methods, it has higher accuracy and resolution.