AM1008W CO2, PM, Temp, RH, and VOC Sensor

AM1008W CO2, PM, Temp, RH, and VOC Sensor
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The AM1008W Integrated IAQ CO2 and PM Sensor measures carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds, particulate matter, and relative humidity in one device. This is ideal for where the need to monitor indoor air quality can all be done from a single device.

Features

  • Integrated particle, CO2, VOC and RH&T sensors on one board
  • PM1.0 PM2.5 and PM10 output simultaneously
  • Small, compact design
  • Auto-calibrated NDIR CO2 sensor
  • Precise accuracy and robust performance
  • EMC compliant, strong anti-static ability
  • Automatic particulate identification "switchs" between algorithms based on environmental needs

Models

AM1008W - Integrated 5 in 1 IAQ Sensor - measures CO2, VOCs, particulate matter, temperature and relative humidity.

Specifications

  • Operating principle: NDIR, PM, and VOC scattering technology
  • Measurement range:  0~5,000 ppm (CO2)
  • Measurement range: 0~1000μg/m³ (PM)
  • Measurement range: 0~3 level (VOC)
  • Accuracy for CO2: ±50ppm +5% of reading @-10℃~50℃, 50±10%RH 
  • Accuracy for PM2.5: 0~35μg/m³, ±5μg/m³ >35μg/m³, ±15% of reading @ 0℃~40℃, 50±10%RH
  • Temperature Accuracy: ±1℃@0℃~40℃, 50±10%RH
  • RH Accuracy: ±5%RH
  • PM preheating time: ≤8s
  • CO2 preheating time: ≤30s
  • VOC preheating time: ≤180s
  • Data refresh rate: 1s
  • Working condition: -10~50℃, 0-95%RH (non condensing)
  • Storage condition: -30~70℃, 0-95%RH (non condensing)
  • Working voltage: DC 5V±0.1V, ripple wave < 50mV
  • Average working current: ≤300mA
  • Signal output: UART_TTL(3.3V TTL)
  • Dimensions: 80 x 50 x 13.6 mm
  • Lifespan: >10 years

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"Easy to install, easy to set up, and easy calibration - just what I was looking for."

- Phillip Farrar
Water Plant Superintendent

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