Sensor in the Air Quality Monitoring Industry
As one of Winsen's core business areas, we pursue accuracy and longevity with excellent self-calibration capabilities. Indoors, we help users save energy through demand-controlled ventilation. Outdoors, we combine the most cutting-edge UAV for atmospheric environment detection and management.
Take Action on Air Pollution
Air pollution is the most pressing environmental health problem facing humanity. The presence of smog, dust, and toxic and harmful gases not only affects the respiratory system, but may also induce a variety of diseases. Long-term exposure to particulate matter (PM2.5), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) with a diameter of ≤2.5µm is associated with a higher risk of respiratory disease and obesity, blood sugar disorders and risk of type 2 diabetes. For every 10 μg/m³ increase in PM2.5, the risk of cardiac arrest increases by 1% to 4%. The improvement of living standards has made people pay more and more attention to the impact of air pollution on physical health. Various air detection instruments and ventilation systems are playing an active role, and the core of these devices is the sensor. Sensors can't bring you fresh air, but they are your stewards and necessities for getting fresh air. We make sensors for people around the world that measure carbon dioxide and air quality to make better decisions for yourself and the environment
The Same Measured CO, the Different Measurement Methods
Saving Energy in Air Conditioning Systems with Winsen CO2 Sensors
The energy consumption of processing fresh air accounts for more than 20% of the energy consumption of air conditioners. In order to save operating costs, some shopping mall operators turn off the fresh air volume to a very small amount, or even close it completely, resulting in poor air circulation and fresh air cannot be replaced indoors. Harmful gas cannot be discharged, it is easy cause indoor air pollution.
Winsen's solution is to adjust air flow as needed by measuring carbon dioxide levels. Reduce energy costs by up to 50% while improving health and preventing the spread of viruses. In commercial buildings, the number of people visiting can vary widely. You can save a lot of energy by changing the airflow of heating or cooling as needed. The main source of indoor CO2 in office buildings is people's breath, and good indoor CO2 concentrations are usually around 400ppm. For rooms with different occupants, individual fans and valves can be controlled through carbon dioxide measurement, thereby creating a better indoor environment and saving energy.
Our Ultimate Pursuit of Dust Sensors
For measurement objects of different particle sizes, for example, the dust sensor for households mainly monitors smoke and dust, and the dust sensor for automobiles mainly monitors fine dust (PM2.5) and raise dust, sand storm (PM10), etc.
Different algorithms chosen by Winsen to achieve more precise selectivity:
1) The choice of wavelength and band is different
2) The circuit design of information processing is different
Here You Can Find All Winsen Air Quality Monitoring Industry Solutions
Winsen is a sensor expert in the air alarm industry. The R&D of more than 100 people support you to further develop your products, with customized production and service concepts. With rich experience in combustible gas (CH4, C3H8, H2, etc.), toxic and harmful gas (CO, H2S, SO2, etc.) alarm application, Winsen provides a full set of sensor solutions with strong selectivity and anti-interference ability for portable and fixed alarm for home or industrial places. Effectively prevent the occurrence of poisoning accidents and gas explosions, to ensure the life safety of people.
Air Quality Monitoring in Public Places
Provide comprehensive sensor solutions for indoor air pollutants in public places, such as shopping malls, schools, hotels, entertainment place, underground parking, subways, etc.Learn more
Outdoor Air Quality Monitoring
Provide comprehensive sensor solutions for pollution source identification and concentration monitoring in the atmospheric environment for municipal projects, professional outdoor detectors and UAV.Learn more
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
Real-time monitoring of indoor physical pollution (dust, PM2.5), chemical pollution (formaldehyde), biological pollution (pollen, dust mites, animal dander) and work with ventilation equipment or purifiers. Provide professional CO2 sensor combined with ventilation equipment to monitor and regulate indoor CO2 concentration, especially when sleeping at night, to maintain good indoor air quality for a long time.Learn more
Air Quality Monitor
Provide air quality monitor with five data monitoring items, including PM2.5 value monitoring, VOC or formaldehyde monitoring, temperature and humidity monitoring, and carbon dioxide monitoring. Provide U disk portable air quality detector application solutionLearn more
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