Air Quality

Environmental pollution, caused mainly by industries, energy production and motor vehicles, is one of the biggest problems of today. In addition, it becomes a threat to human health and environmental sustainability.

For this reason, Sinapse Energía offers atmospheric monitoring solutions that allow to have a register, and know the quality of the air. These solutions are composed of sensors that measure the parameters shows in the table.

Gas Sensor Detection range Resolution
Ozone (O3) 0-20 ppm 0.01ppm/0.1ppm
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) 0-100 ppm 0.5 ppm
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) 0-20 ppm 0.5 ppm
Carbon Monoxide (CO) 0-1000 ppm 0.5 ppm
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) 0-20 ppm 50 ppb
Benzene(C6H6) 0-100 ppm 0.1 ppm
Particular Matter PM2.5 (PM2.5) 0µg/m3 to 1000 µg/m3 15 µg/m3
Particular Matter 10 (PM10) 0µg/m3 to 1000 µg/m3 15 µg/m3

Meteorological

The sensors for meteorological monitoring of Sinapse Energía allow to measure and determine the atmospheric variables that represent the conditions of the state of the atmosphere at a given time and in a certain place.

This allows real-time diagnostics, weather forecasting, weather alerts and climate studies.

The meteorological parameters that measure Sinapse Energía’s sensors are shown in the following table.

Sensor Detection range Resolution
Temperature -40º-120ºC 0.01ºC
Humidity 0-100% 0.05%
Luminosity 0.1- 40,000 Lux 1 Lux
Wind direction - -
Wind speed 0-60 m/s 0.01 m/s
Precipitation 0-1000 mm/h 0.2 mm
Barometric Pressure 800 mbar-1100 mbar 0.1 mbar

Sensors

Particule matter

Particle sensor is based on a laser. It uses the light scattering method to detect and count particles in real time, in a concentration range from 0 μg / m3 to 1,000 μg / m3.

Temperature & humidity

Temperature and humidity sensor consists of a capacitive sensor, which measures the relative humidity (0-100%), and another sensor that measures the temperature (Cº).

Luxometer

Luxometer is an advanced digital light sensor, ideal for use in a wide range of light situations. It is precise, allowing for exact lux calculations.