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Choosing Sensors

Often the first step is to look for a sensor for what you're hoping to measure. Below we're collecting info on different kinds of water quality sensors, and their:

  • cost
  • sensitivity/accuracy
  • links and documentation

Can you afford a sensor? Can it detect what you're looking for? Where can you learn more about it?


https://publiclab.org/wiki//wiki/pm-monitoring#Regulatory+grade+PM+monitoring

(this section under construction)

Drivers for Arduino + Raspberry Pi are available for the following devices:


Questions

Title Author Updated Likes Comments
Have you used the bucket air sampler or other grab sample tool? @kgradow1 about 2 months ago 12
Have you used surveys to inform open hardware development? @kgradow1 2 months ago 1
Questions about Plantower sensors from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire @OrionAllgaier over 1 year ago 5
Should the Purple Air be co-located with a weather station? @stevie over 1 year ago 3
Why are the PM10 particles of the Purpleair monitor biased so high? @Cbarnes9 over 1 year ago 8
What type of aerosol was used for the calibration of the purpleair lasers? @Cbarnes9 over 1 year ago 5
Does particle composition that the purple air monitors measure greatly skew the data output? @Cbarnes9 over 1 year ago 4
How can we connect a PMS5003 dust sensor to an Arduino? @warren over 1 year ago 14
Looking for hands-on help with a datalogger! @Bronwen about 2 years ago 6
what data-logger will work with my portable HCHO meter? @nshapiro over 2 years ago 44
The difference between medical particle monitoring and your particle monitoring? @Ag8n over 2 years ago 4
3 particle type @Ag8n over 2 years ago 0
What different electronic particulate pollution sensors are available and at what cost? @warren over 2 years ago 4
How good is the PurpleAir sensor and what does it detect? @warren over 2 years ago 11
What are some ways to collect dust or particulate samples for analysis? @warren over 2 years ago 4
Is the dustduino (with Shinyei sensor) appropriate for use to study particulates at high altitude (100,00ft)? @rickwoodrickle over 5 years ago 1
Is it possible to log the data from a dustduino without a wifi network? @kp55 over 5 years ago 3
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