SDL607 is a laser sensor designed for measuring the content of PM2.5 and PM10 airborne dusts. It is ideal for measuring the level of air pollution in houses and apartments, as well as outdoors. The high concentrations of PM2.5 and PM10 dusts are extremely harmful to people, especially children, people with allergies and people with respiratory diseases. In large cities, the device allows you to determine when smog levels become hazardous to health and you should avoid being outdoors.
The sensor has a CE certificate.
The sensor (dust meter) uses a built-in fan, which supplies air to the laser sensor, where the air quality is measured in real time. Measurement results and battery charge status are presented on a color display. The air quality sensor can be connected to a computer or other device with a USB port. Thanks to this it is possible to accurately analyze the measurements made.
The SDL607 sensor has two measurement modes, which can be used depending on the user’s needs:
Real-time measurement – displays the current dust level. This mode allows for quick measurements. The result appears on the display 30 seconds after switching on the sensor.
Monitoring – every 5 minutes a minute air quality measurement is carried out and then an average result is displayed. Between measurements, the device enters sleep mode to reduce battery consumption. This mode allows you to get more accurate measurement results.
The device has a built-in lithium-polymer battery that can operate for up to 30 hours in continuous monitoring mode with the PM2.5 and PM10 sensors on.
Measurements from the sensor can be analyzed in a free application. Communication between the device and the computer is carried out via the USB cable supplied with the set. The program can be downloaded here.
The set includes:
- Sensor SDL607
- USB cable
- Power supply (can also be charged via USB on the computer)
The sensor is CE, FCC and RoHS certified.
The device is covered by a 24-month vendor warranty. The sensor is not intended for measurements in industrial conditions with particularly high concentrations of dust.