uRADMonitor "Industrial" Multi Sensor Air Quality Monitor

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An automated, fixed monitoring station that tracks a total of 12 important air quality parameters including Particulate Matter, Carbon Monoxide, Ozone, Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide and more. It comes in a rugged aluminum enclosure with wall mounting support. The data is exported to the uRADMonitor network with Wifi or LORAWAN, and can be accessed in real time using the cloud API interface or directly via the local network.

uRADMonitor model INDUSTRIAL uses a high quality laser scattering sensor to measure Particulate Matter PM1, PM2.5 and PM10 concentrations in air. Four additional electrochemical sensors measure Carbon Monoxide, Sulphur Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide and Ozone by default, interchangeable to support additional gases. A MOX VOC sensor measures volatile organic compounds. A built in fan assures an active air flow stream across the sensing elements. The Bosch BME280 MEMS sensor reads ambient temperature, pressure and humidity, and a noise sensor measures the noise level.
Sensor Parameter Minimum value Maximum value
Bosch BME280 Temperature -40 °C +85 °C
Pressure 300 hPa 1100 hPa
Humidity 0% RH 100% RH
Winsen ZH03A PM1.0 0 μg/m³ 1000 μg/m³
PM2.5 0 μg/m³ 1000 μg/m³
PM10 0 μg/m³ 1000 μg/m³
Winsen MP503 VOC 10 ppm 1000 ppm *
SPU414/MAX4466 Noise level 30dB 130dB
* Winsen ZE03-O3 Ozone 0 ppm 20 ppm
* Winsen ZE03-CO Carbon Monoxide 0 ppm 1000 ppm
* Winsen ZE03-SO2 Sulphur Dioxide 0 ppm 20 ppm
* Winsen ZE03-NO2 Nitrogen Dioxide 0 ppm 20 ppm

Custom gases detection options

* The 4 electrochemical sensors can be replaced with any combination of sensors for the following gases and ranges:
Symbol Gas Detection interval Resolution
CO Carbon monoxide 0 - 1000ppm 0.5ppm
O2 Oxigen 0 - 25%VOL
NH3 Ammonia gas 0 - 100ppm 0.5ppm
H2S Hydrogen sulfide 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
SO2 Sulfur dioxide 0 - 20ppm 0.1ppm
NO2 Nitrogen dioxide 0 - 20ppm 0.1ppm
Cl2 Chlorine gas 0 - 10ppm 0.1ppm
O3 Ozone 0 - 20ppm 0.02ppm
H2 Hydrogen gas 0 - 1000ppm 2ppm
HF Hydrogen fluoride 0 - 10ppm 0.1ppm
C2H4 Ethylene 0 - 100ppm 0.5ppm
CH2O Formaldehyde 0 - 10ppm 0.1ppm
ETO Ethylene oxide 0 - 20ppm 0.1ppm
HCl Hydrogen chloride 0 - 20ppm 0.1ppm
C6H6 Benzene 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
C7H8 Toluene 0 - 500ppm 1ppm
C2H3Cl Vinyl chloride 0 - 20ppm 0.5ppm
C2H6S Methyl Sulfide 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
C2H6S2 Dimethyl Disulfide 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
AsH3 Arsine 0 - 3ppm 0.01ppm
C3H9N Trimethylamine 0 - 100ppm 1ppm
C8H8 Styrene 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
CH4S Methanethiol 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
CS2 Carbon Disulfide 0 - 100ppm 0.1ppm
PH3 Phosphine 0 - 10ppm 0.05ppm
HCN Hydrogen cyanide 0 - 100ppm 0.2ppm
Notes:
  • Only sensors marked in green are currently available.
  • All sensors are individually tested and calibrated.
  • Air pollution is the single largest environmental cause of premature death in urban Europe and transport is the main source. The 2008 Air Quality Directive, now under review, obliges member states to cut exposure to fine particulate matter by an average of 20% by 2020, based on 2010 levels.
    The National Emissions Ceiling Directive caps some emissions including particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen dioxide (NOx) at national level. A revised version of the directive is as of 2016 under scrutiny by the Council of Ministers and European Parliament. Across the EU in 2013, nitrogen dioxide (NO2), which is mostly produced by traffic, caused 68,000 premature deaths. The Dieselgate scandal exposed how Volkswagen had gamed NO2 emissions tests.
    Ozone (O3) killed 16,000 and small particulate matter (PM2.5) caused 436,000 deaths in the same year. PM2.5 particles, microscopic specks of dust and soot caused by burning fossil fuels, can enter the lungs and bloodstream.
    health_effects_banner_a3Air pollution has different particulate matter (PM) components – smoke, dirt and dust form coarse particles known as PM10 and metals and toxic exhaust from smelting, vehicle exhaust, power plants and refuse burning forming fine particles called PM2.5.
    uRADMonitor INDUSTRIAL is equipped with all sensors required to compute the Air Quality Index as defined by several international standards on air quality and give a direct assessment on the pollution problem and possible infringements.
    The model INDUSTRIAL is designed as a fixed monitoring station. It comes in 2 variants, with the same sensors but offering different connectivity options: Wifi and LoraWAN. It takes any voltage in the 6V - 28V interval and uses less than 1 Watt of power to run. It can be powered using a small solar panel making it the perfect remote surveillance monitor. This unit doesn't have a screen, it works as a monitor and the data can be viewed remotely on a computer or on a mobile device.
    Picture: uRADMonitor INDUSTRIAL motherboard front and bottom view
    Item Parameter Ratings
    Voltage External 6V - 28V
    Connectivity 4 options WiFi, LoRaWAN, USB
    Microcontroller Atmega1284p 8 bit
    Your uRADMonitor unit can be mounted both indoors and outdoors, but not directly exposed to sun, to avoid overheating in warmer areas. A covered spot with some shadow if installed in the free air, is ideal. The unit has a rugged aluminium enclosure that is not rainproof due to the air vents. Make sure that nothing is blocking the air vents. The enclosure has wall-mounting brackets, making installation easy.
    If you have a radio variant with an antenna, connect the antenna first. Next, connect the uRADMonitor to the power source using a DC adapter with voltage between 6V and 28V. Connect the uRADMonitor to the power source using a DC adapter with voltage between 6V and 28V or via the USB port with a 5V USB adapter.
    The WIFI variant
    Use a smartphone or a computer with WLAN capabilities to connect to the local hotspot spawned by your A3 unit. The SSID is uRADMonitor-XX, where XX are the last two digits of the Device ID number. The key is the Device ID, in uppercase, as printed on the enclosure. Open 192.168.4.1 in your browser, and click the "WIFI" link to setup the connection to the Internet AP. Enter the SSID and key of your Internet Access Point. If the connection fails, you will see the status message, and three consecutive beeps will indicated the problem. Alternatively you can change the configuration using the USB data port. See the USB manual.
    The LORAWAN variant
    Your device must be pre-provisioned with the LoraWAN Gateway and network server details. Alternativelly you can change the configuration using the USB data port. See the USB manual.

    The device comes with an USB port, so the configuration settings can be customized via the USB connection. Consult your product manual for complete details.