The Nanoenvi® EQ platform is a new step in the field of monitoring air pollution. With a modular design, it can monitor up to four polluting gases in a compact and autonomous device.
The Nanoenvi® EQ devices make it possible to create wireless measuring networks for air quality. Their sensors collect data in places where there are not air quality stations, or can be used as complement to the stations, to widen their scope.
The Nanoenvi EQ equipment is placed inside a high-resistant casing built by ASA Luran. This enclosure provides the equipment with an IP66 protection level, ensuring its correct performance outdoors and in industrial surroundings.
The Nanoenvi EQ stations are integrated in IoT networks through the usual M2M protocols (3G, WiFi, 6lowpan, ZigBee®, LoRa®…). ENVIRA's technical team handles the integration of the EQ stations in the IoT platform selected by the client, so that they are real Plug’n Play devices.
Equipped with Atmel SAM4 microcontroller and a 160KB SRAM memory, Nanoenvi EQ has a high capacity for computation to perform filters, aggregations or any other kind of Edge processing of data before the transmission. Nanoenvi EQ has specific modules for the most usual management of environmental signals: aggregated, buffers, signal smoothing, identification and notification of alarms, etc.
The Nanoenvi EQ environmental monitoring stations allow the real-time collection of signals, both analogical and digital, from almost a hundred homologated sensors. Each sensor installed in the Nanoenvi EQ devices is carefully calibrated at ENVIRA's certified laboratory in order to reach the maximum accuracy, strength and stability of the measurement. Nanoenvi EQ is the only equipment with the same features that has integrated a sample collection system, thus avoiding the sensorics' direct exposure to the outdoors and guaranteeing the stability of the measurement and the preservation and durability of the sensors.
up to 4GB in SD card.
RTC (32 KHz)
Silicon rubber Elastosil®
Type of protection
IP66 EN 60529
Resistance to impact
Según ISO 2039-1
Environment temperature (min.)
5 ° C
Environment temperature (max.)
40 ° C
Maximum number of sensors
Sensors (CO, SO2, NO, NO2, O2, VOC, NH3)
3G Communications Module
Lora® Communications Module
Xbee® Communications Module
Weather sensors (wind direction and speed,temperature,relativehumidity, sunradiation, rain)
Module for measuring particles (Nanoenvi EQ PM)
Monitor of traffic-related pollutants
NO2 y CO sensors
3g communications for cloud server
Kit for installation in streetlamps
Fence line monitoring
Monitor of pollutants leaks in industrial installations and water treatment plants
H2S sensors for water treatment plants
VOC, H2S and NH3 sensors for para petrochemical plants