Our NANOENVI EQPM equipment has been designed for the continuous monitoring of particles with applications both for indoor and outdoor air quality. It uses a high-sensitivity laser nephelometer with a range of 0 to 100 mg/m3, and it has optional cyclones for TSP, PM10, PM2,5 or PST.
The system Nanoenvi® EQPM allows to monitor pollutants, integrating sensors in our platform by means of light scattering. They can optionally be combined with other sensors, such as gas or meteorological sensors, providing a complete monitoring solution.
Made of glass-fiber reinforced polyester, the equipment Nanoenvi EQPM ensures an IP66 environmental protection level, which allows totally safe performances outdoors.
The equipment Nanoenvi EQPM, in collaboration with MetONE, uses electronics for monitoring particles that are based on the technology of light-scattering, thus achieving a high level of precision when measuring concentrations of fractions of particles (PM10, PM2.5, PST).
These sensorics, together with the sample acquisition system owned by Envira IOT, guarantee the stability and reliability of the measurements, no matter the weather conditions outdoors.
The Nanoenvi EQPM devices for particle monitoring are designed to be integrated within IOT networks by means of M2M standard protocols. They have several settings depending on the communication standard that will be used: 3G, 6lowpan, LoRa, etc.
All the Nanoenvi devices are integrated with the IoT platform, public or private, chosen by the client or with the platform supplied by Envira IOT for reading and exploiting information.
up to 4GB in SD card
RTC (32 KHz)
Glass-fiber reinforced polyester
Screws of the cover
Type of protection
IP66 EN 60529
Resistance to impact
According to ISO 2039-1
Ambient temperature (min.)
5 ° C
Ambient temperature (max.)
40 ° C
Maximum number of sensors
Sensors (PM10, PM2.5, TSP)
Sensors to measure in traffic (NO2 and CO)
3G communications module
Meteorological sensors (wind speed and direction, temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, rain)
PM2.5, NO2 and CO sensors
3G communications for cloud server
PM2,5, PM10 or PST sensors
Sensors for wind direction and speed