Indoor Air QualityElectrochemical IAQ Sensor
Apart from a compact size, long product life and low cost versus conventional liquid-state electrochemical sensor, our solid-state sensor also has these advantages:
- Industrial grade precision (accuracy, repeatability & linearity), superior performance above all semiconductive and MEMS type sensors
- PPB (parts-per-billion) resolution, against to PPM (parts-per-million) on semiconductive and MEMS type sensors
- Less data drifting over time, no calibration is ever needed over its product life
- Faster response time, quicker zero recovery, no warm-up time due to its low temperature resistance
- Immunes towards electromagnetic interference, resulting a lower-cost hardware construction to work with AC power supply and WIFI signals on the same PC board
- Works well in very dry ambient, as the high polymer file is insensitive to humidity changes
- Works well in vacuum or anoxic ambient
- Compact size
- One-third or one-fourth of price to conventional liquid-state electrochemical type sensors
- EMC: EN55022 and FCC
- EU 2002/231/CE Directive
- EN 13779:2007
- GB 12358:2006
- GB 50325:2010
- GB 3095:1996
- GB/T 18883:2002
- TW Indoor Air Quality Standards
Standard Factory Test
Proprietary sensor calibration and baseline adjustment method, appliance and software tools
Typical test result: within ± 5% deviation on all checkpoints, within ± 3% deviation in measure range 0~5 ppm.
Zero-point Stability Test
Conventional semi-conductive and liquid-state electrochemical type sensors are often subjected to data drift even in non-conteminated environment, yeilding shift of baseline and inaccurate measures.
Our solid-state IAQ sensors are tested in a contant blow of fresh air for 12 hours, showing a baseline shift < 50 ppb, while the conventional senosrs types often go above 300 ppb.
How a group of sensors measure on a fixed concentration of span gas? This test is to find the answer and to screen out the incompetent.
While any other semiconductive and MEMS types gas sensor fail (deviation greater than 5%), our IAQ sensor all fall within 100 ppb in a full-scale measure of 10,000 ppb, which is less than 1%.
How a group of sensors measure over a discontinuous change of contaminant concentration? This test is to find the answer and to screen out the incompetent.
While any other semiconductive and MEMS types gas sensor fail (deviation greater than 1%), our IAQ sensor all fall within 100 ppb in a full-scale measure of 10,000 ppb, which is less than 1%.
IAQ Sensor Specifications
Two measuring range options are available for the IAQ sensors:
- X_J1 | 0.01~10 ppm | 1 ppb
- X_J3 | 1~200 ppm | 100 ppb