This Dust Sensor gives a good indication of the air quality in an environment by measuring the dust concentration. The Particulate Matter level (PM level) in the air is measured by counting the Low Pulse Occupancy time (LPO time) in a given time unit. LPO time is proportional to PM concentration. This sensor can provide reliable data for air purifier systems; it is responsive to PM of diameter 1μm.
For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your using of the product.
This sensor uses a counting method to measure dust concentration, not weighing method, and the unit is pcs/L or pcs/0.01cf.
Please pay attention to the warnings listed here.
Grove compatible interface(extra wire with connector)
Supply voltage range: 5V
Minimum detect particle: 1um
Dimensions: 59(W)x45(H)x22(D) [mm]
Air Quality Monitor
|Dimensions||59mm x45mm x22mm|
|Standby Current Supply||90mA|
|Detectable range of concentration||0~28,000 / 0 ~ 8000 pcs/liter / pcs/0.01cf|
|Operating Temperature Range||0~45 °C|
|Output Method||Negative Logic, Digital output, High: over 4.0V(Rev.2), Low: under 0.7V|
|Detecting the particle diameter||>1μm|
|Dimensions||59(W) × 45(H) × 22(D) mm|
|Humidity Range||95% rh or less|
|Grove - Dust Sensor||1|
LEARN AND DOCUMENTS
- Grove-Dust_sensor datasheet
- De-construction of the Shinyei PPD42NS dust sensor Made by Tracy Allen
- Building a low-cost networked PM2.5 monitor -- Made by A.J.
- Measuring the Pickle Jr. – a modified PPD42 with an attached fan. -- Made by A.J.
- Testing the Shinyei PPD42NS -- Made by darell tan
- Air Quality Monitoring -- Made by Chris Nafis
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