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by rickwoodrickle |
January 14, 2015 23:30 |
Is the dustduino appropriate for use to study particulates at high altitude (100,00ft)?
currently the dust counts for the dustduino are unverified and should not yet be relied on for quantitative measurements. also, the sensor is designed for use indoors and does not have an airflow control system necessary to handle outdoor conditions.
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