The PurpleAir is one of many low cost devices that use laser optical particle counters to estimate particulate matter mass concentrations in air for PM2.5 and PM10. Other similar devices include the Dustduino, Speck, Dylos and more. The PurpleAir costs around $200 and provides real time air quality data that can be used to understand indoor or outdoor environments and conduct environmental investigations on air quality.

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How can we connect a PMS5003 dust sensor to an Arduino?


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How good is the PurpleAir sensor and what does it detect?


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