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IOT DEVICES

Nanoenvi EQPM

The particulate matter called PM is a complex mixture of small particles, from natural or anthropogenic origins, which are present in the air. Once inhaled, they can provoke serious health problems, such as cardiac and respiratory diseases.

Complementary air quality measurements

The nanoenvi Nanoenvi EQPM equipment are a useful tool to undertake indicative measurements of air quality in areas where there are no measurement shelters. Thanks to their small size and energy needs, the devices can be installed practically everywhere you want.

Monitoring of quarries and open-pit mines

Our equipment is an excellent tool to monitor air around installations where large amounts of solid materials are handled, such as open-pit mines o quarries. The plant manager can thus apply measures to minimise the environmental impact.

Monitoring of open-air storage of solid bulk

A common problem in open-air storage facilities for solid bulk is the resuspension of particles in the air because of the wind. Our systems, combined with meteorological stations and automatic irrigation systems, can help prevent the adverse effects of this resuspension

Specifications

Microcontroller

ATMEL SAM4

Frequency

120 MHz

SRAM

160 KB

EEPROM

4 KB

FLASH

4 GB

External storage

hasta 4GB en tarjeta SD.

Clock

RTC (32 KHz)

Consumption

200uA/Mhz

Enclosure material

ASA LURAN

Sealing

Caucho de silicona Elastosil®

Screws of the cover

acero inoxidable

Type of protection

IP66 EN 60529

Resistance to impact

Según ISO 2039-1

Ambient temperature (min.)

5 ° C

Ambient temperature (max.)

40 ° C

Approximate weight

550 g

Dimensions

270x170x90

Maximum number of sensors

4

Configuraciones disponibles

Nanoenvi EQPM for

Pollutants monitor related to traffic

PM2.5, NO2 y CO sensors

3G communications for cloud server

Nanoenvi EQPM for

Monitoring of installations for handling solid bulk

PM2,5 sensors

Sensors for wind direction and speed

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