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AQM 60 Air Quality Station The cost effective solution for air quality monitoring © Aeroqual

AQM 60 Air Quality Station

The cost effective solution for air quality monitoring

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AQM 60 Compact Air Quality Station Overview Air quality concerns everybody and directly impacts on

AQM 60

Compact Air Quality Station

AQM 60 Compact Air Quality Station Overview Air quality concerns everybody and directly impacts on our

Overview

Air quality concerns everybody and directly impacts on our environment and personal well-being. Monitoring air quality in the micro- environment is critical for understanding epidemiological effects, for environmental assessments, for transportation planning, and for making decisions about air pollution mitigation strategies.

Aeroqual’s AQM 60 Air Quality Station is compact and designed for low-cost and easy deployment in an air quality monitoring network. The AQM 60 station offers long term quantitative, time integrated atmosphere measurement with excellent correlation to reference methods. Conventional air quality stations by comparison are expensive, bulky, power-hungry, and require a rigorous calibration and maintenance program. Such limitations often make them unsustainable for micro-scale and high-density monitoring.

The AQM 60 station boasts a highly flexible instrument platform configurable to measure common air pollutants including ozone (O 3 ), nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ), nitrogen oxides (NO X ), carbon monoxide (CO), sulphur dioxide (SO 2 ), volatile organic compounds (VOC), hydrogen sulphide (H 2 S), non- methane hydrocarbons (NMHC), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), particulate matter (PM 10 , PM 2.5 ), noise and meteorological parameters such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction.

Main Benefits

Quantitative atmosphere measurement for high quality information (decisions)

Compact instrument design for

network deployment with footprint

a

small

Lower capital cost for affordable profiling, trending and assessments

Reliable operation ensures low cost of ownership

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AQM 60

Typical Applications

AQM 60 Typical Applications Near Road Monitoring • Motorways and Highways • Inner City Street Canyons

Near Road Monitoring

Motorways and Highways

Inner City Street Canyons

Toll Plazas and Bridges

Traffic Management

Mitigation Strategy Monitoring

Road and Weather Information Systems (RWIS)

Monitoring • Road and Weather Information Systems (RWIS) Open Space Monitoring • Natural Parks and Reserves

Open Space Monitoring

Natural Parks and Reserves

Forest Services

Crop Research

Remote Monitoring

Mitigation Strategy Monitoring

Natural Environment Studies

Strategy Monitoring • Natural Environment Studies Urban Monitoring • Local Area Air Quality Networks •

Urban Monitoring

Local Area Air Quality Networks

Community Exposure

Microenvironment Monitoring

Epidemiological Studies

Hotspot Screening

Exceedance Monitoring

Environmental Impact Assessments

Exceedance Monitoring • Environmental Impact Assessments Perimeter Monitoring • Power Generation Plants •

Perimeter Monitoring

Power Generation Plants

Petrochemical Refineries

Wastewater Treatment Plants

Waste Sites and Landfills

Point Source Pollution Emitters

Airports, Ports, Rail Yards

Construction Sites

Exceedance Monitoring

Yards • Construction Sites • Exceedance Monitoring © Aeroqual Ltd, 2010 Aeroqual Limited All rights

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Key Features

AQM 60 Key Features • Continuous automatic measurement of multiple gases and particulates • Calibration against

Continuous automatic measurement of multiple gases and particulates

Calibration against NIST traceable primary standards

Factory calibrated against USEPA and EU Reference Method instruments (2008/50/EC)

Excellent linearity and sensitivity with negligible zero and span calibration slope drift

Climate-controlled compact enclosure for pole or wall installation

Active sampling via brushless pumps and PTFE filter

Single-board computer with RS232 communication protocol

Internal data storage via versatile Secure Digital (SD) card

Continuous digital display of multiple parameters

PC connection via USB plus software for configuration and data logging

Programmable data logging frequency

PC data reporting in units of ppm and mg/m 3

Remote diagnostics and digital gain adjustment

Flexible and modular instrument platform

Built-in zero air scrubber (programmable)

Span calibration via supplied software (uses standard cal-gas)

Remote communication options (GSM, RF, Internet)

• Remote communication options (GSM, RF, Internet) Left: a compact AQM 60 Air Quality Station (inside

Left: a compact AQM 60 Air Quality Station (inside the red circle) operates alongside a conventional air quality station at a near-road monitoring site in the United Kingdom.

By comparison, the Aeroqual AQM 60 station has a lower capital cost, is cheaper to operate, has a smaller footprint, requires less maintenance, and can easily be deployed within a low-cost high density air quality network.

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AQM 60 Component Overview TSP Inlet Sharp Cut Cyclone ( PM 1 0 , PM

AQM 60

Component Overview

AQM 60 Component Overview TSP Inlet Sharp Cut Cyclone ( PM 1 0 , PM 2

TSP Inlet

Sharp Cut Cyclone (PM 10 , PM 2.5 or PM 1 ) and PM inlet tube with heater

Air Sampling Inlet

PM 1 ) and PM inlet tube with heater Air Sampling Inlet Solar Radiation Shields and

Solar Radiation

Shields and

lockable door

External USB Port

Thermal Management System (TMS) with AC compressor and power module

Management System (TMS) with AC compressor and power module Configuration Any combination of 1-6 gas modules,

Configuration Any combination of 1-6 gas modules, particle monitor and various meteorological sensors

Dimensions (H x W x D) Enclosure & TMS 850 x 460 x 310mm With brackets & cowlings 900 x 555 x 400mm Height with PM inlet installed 1300mm

Weight 10-50 Kg depends on instrument configuration

Operating Environment Range -20 to +55°C Thermal Management System (AC compressor cooler & internal heater)

Power Requirements 100-240V AC or 12V DC option 80-160W depends on instrument configuration

Conformity Power Supply : EN55015, EN55022 Class B, EN61000-3-2,3, EN61000-4-2,3,4,5,6,8,11, ENV50204, EN61547, EN61347-1, EN61347-2- 13; UL1012, UL60950-1; TUV EN60950-1 Gas Modules : Part 15 FCC Rules, 2004/108/EC; EN 61000-6-1: 2001, EN 61000-6-3: 2001 Particle Monitor & Profiler : Class 1 laser; IEC 60825-1:1998; 72/23/EEC; EN 61010-1; EN 60825-1:1996; US 21 CFR 1040.10

Gas Treatment Module Sampling pump and PTFE manifold PTFE inlet filter Communications Space reserved for
Gas Treatment Module
Sampling pump and
PTFE manifold
PTFE inlet filter
Communications
Space reserved for
communication solutions
e.g. GSM/GPRS modem,
Cellular IP modem,
Ethernet device server,
RF modem etc.
Control Module
4-line display, Secure
Digital (SD) card and
RS232-USB converter
External USB Port
Thermal Management
System (TMS)
Ventilation fans and
compressor below

Particle Monitor Optical mass detector with heated inlet and sharp cut cyclones for PM 10 , PM 2.5 or PM 1

PM Flow Module Sampling pump and flow control

Gas Modules O 3 , NO 2 , NOx, CO, SO 2 , H 2 S, VOC, CO 2 , NMHC etc

TMS Control Module May include interface module for meteorological sensors

Internal active heating

Power management Power module installed below

Exhaust air

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AQM 60 Analytic GSS Technology Analytic Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS) technology is exclusive to Aeroqual.

AQM 60

Analytic GSS Technology

Analytic Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS) technology is exclusive to Aeroqual. It is a combination of smart measurement techniques and mixed metal oxide semiconductor sensors that exhibit an electrical resistance change in the presence of a target gas.

Theory in Practice

This resistance change is caused by a loss or a gain of surface electrons as a result of adsorbed oxygen reacting with the target gas. If the oxide is an n-type, there is either a donation (reducing gas) or subtraction (oxidizing gas) of electrons from the conduction band. The result is that n-type oxides increase their resistance when oxidizing gases such as NO 2 and O 3 are present while reducing gases such as CO and hydrocarbons lead to a reduction in resistance. The converse is true for p-type oxides where electron exchange due to gas interaction leads either to a rise (oxidizing gas) or a reduction (reducing gas) in electron holes in the valence band. This then translates into corresponding changes in electrical resistance. Quantitative response is achieved as the magnitude of change in electrical resistance is a direct measure of the concentration of the target gas present.

Optimized Performance by Design

Since the surface reaction causes the change in electrical resistance in the sensing oxide, maximizing the surface area intensifies the response to gas. Aeroqual gas sensors consist of highly porous oxide layers, which are printed onto 2.0 x 2.0 mm alumina chips. The electrodes are co-planar and located at the oxide/chip interface (see diagrams). A heater track is also applied to the chip to ensure the sensor runs “hot” which minimizes interference from humidity and increases the speed of response. The microstructure of the oxide, its thickness and its running temperature are optimized to improve selectivity. Catalytic additives, protective coatings and activated-carbon filters are also applied to enhance selectivity.

Aeroqual’s GSS technology is the culmination of more than 25 years of materials research perfecting material formulations and optimizing sensor driver algorithms. Advanced Metal Oxide Semiconductor materials are manufactured to the optimum physical form for each specific gas (e.g. WO 3 , doped Cr 2 O 3 , MoO 3 ). Selectivity is achieved through smart instrument design and drift is minimized through proprietary micro-processor control of sensor operation and the use of optimized sensor materials. Aeroqual GSS sensor-based gas modules utilize active sampling and are designed to offer reference comparable accuracy, very low detection limits (ppb levels for O 3 , NO 2 , and NOx), and high reliability in a cost-effective and flexible package. These instruments have tracked reference analyzers for periods of months, without recalibration. They are ideal for deployment as low-cost devices to extend the spatial coverage of air quality monitoring networks and provide a higher quality of data and information on any given day.

a higher quality of data and information on any given day. Platinum heater track printed underside

Platinum heater track printed underside alumina substrate

Platinum heater track printed underside alumina substrate Gold electrodes printed top side of alumina substrate

Gold electrodes printed top side of alumina substrate

Gold electrodes printed top side of alumina substrate Sensing oxide deposited onto electrode structure Sensor

Sensing oxide deposited onto electrode structure

substrate Sensing oxide deposited onto electrode structure Sensor layer structure Platinum wires attach the sensor to
substrate Sensing oxide deposited onto electrode structure Sensor layer structure Platinum wires attach the sensor to

Sensor layer structure

deposited onto electrode structure Sensor layer structure Platinum wires attach the sensor to gold-plated binding

Platinum wires attach the sensor to gold-plated binding posts

wires attach the sensor to gold-plated binding posts Specially shaped nozzles are designed for different sampling

Specially shaped nozzles are designed for different sampling methods

shaped nozzles are designed for different sampling methods Examples of GSS sensors for specific gases, scrubbers

Examples of GSS sensors for specific gases, scrubbers and sampling systems

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AQM 60

Ozone (O 3 ) Module

Specifications

AQM 60 Ozone (O 3 ) Module Specifications Product code: AQMLZ Principle: Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS)

Product code:

AQMLZ

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

O 3 in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 0.5 ppm (0-1 mg/m 3 ) O 3

Limit of detection:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.002 ppm (0.004 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.002 ppm/24h (<0.004 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<5% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.1-0.15 LPM (modulated)

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

0.100 ppm O 3 (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

 

O

3

Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

-0.01

Butane

10 ppm

0

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

0

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

0.05

Ethanol

5 ppm

-0.01

Hydrogen

50 ppm

0

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

-0.03

Isobutylene

10 ppm

0

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

<0.005

Ozone

0.1 ppm

0.1

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

0

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

0

Toluene

5 ppm

0

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AQM 60

AQM 60 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO 2 ) Module Specifications Product code: AQMNW Principle: Gas Sensitive

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO 2 ) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMNW

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS) and selective scrubbers

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

NO 2 in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 0.2 ppm (0.4 mg/m 3 ) NO 2

Limit of detection:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.005 ppm (0.009 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.005 ppm/24h (<0.01 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<180 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.06-0.07 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

0.100 ppm NO 2 (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

NO 2 Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

-0.01

Butane

10 ppm

0

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

0

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

0.2

Ethanol

5 ppm

-0.01

Hydrogen

50 ppm

0

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

-0.05

Isobutylene

10 ppm

0

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

0.1

Ozone

0.1 ppm

0

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

-0.005

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

0

Toluene

5 ppm

-0.005

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AQM 60

AQM 60 Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Module Specifications Product code: AQMNX Principle: Gas Sensitive Semiconductor

Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMNX

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS) with NOx converter and selective scrubbers

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

NOx in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 0.5 ppm (0-1 mg/m 3 ) NOx

Limit of detection:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.001 ppm (0.002 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.005 ppm (0.009 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.005 ppm/24h (<0.01 mg/m 3

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<180 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.06-0.07 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

0.100 ppm NO 2 or NO (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

 

NOx

Interference Gas

Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

-0.01

Butane

10 ppm

0

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

0

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

0.2

Ethanol

5 ppm

-0.01

Hydrogen

50 ppm

0

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

-0.05

Isobutylene

10 ppm

0

Methane

100 ppm

0

Ozone

0.1 ppm

0

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

-0.005

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

0

Toluene

5 ppm

-0.005

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AQM 60 Carbon Monoxide (CO) Module Specifications Product code: AQMCN Principle: Gas Sensitive Semiconductor

AQM 60

Carbon Monoxide (CO) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMCN

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS) and selective scrubbers

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

CO in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 25 ppm (0-30 mg/m 3 ) CO

Limit of detection:

0.1 ppm (0.1 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.01 ppm (0.01 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.2 ppm (0.25 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<1 ppm/24h (<1 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<180 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.06-0.07 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

5 ppm CO (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

CO Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

<0.1

Butane

10 ppm

<0.1

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

10

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

0

Ethanol

5 ppm

0

Hydrogen

50 ppm

25

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

<0.1

Isobutylene

10 ppm

0

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

0

Ozone

0.1 ppm

0

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

<0.1

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

<0.5

Toluene

5 ppm

0

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AQM 60 Sulphur Dioxide (SO 2 ) Module Specifications Product code: AQMSO Principle: Gas Sensitive

AQM 60

Sulphur Dioxide (SO 2 ) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMSO

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Electrochemical (GSE)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

SO 2 in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 10 ppm (0-30 mg/m 3 ) SO 2

Limit of detection:

0.01 ppm (0.03 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.01 ppm (0.03 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.03 ppm (0.08 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.03 ppm/24h (<0.08 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.12-0.15 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

1 ppm SO 2 (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

SO 2 Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

<0.01

Butane

10 ppm

0

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

0.1

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

-0.07

Ethanol

5 ppm

0

Hydrogen

50 ppm

0.1

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

0

Isobutylene

10 ppm

<0.3

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

-0.01

Ozone

0.1 ppm

-0.01

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

<0.5

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

1

Toluene

5 ppm

<0.15

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AQM 60

AQM 60 Hydrogen Sulphide (H 2 S) Module Specifications Product code: AQMHS Principle: Gas Sensitive

Hydrogen Sulphide (H 2 S) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMHS

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Electrochemical (GSE)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

H 2 S in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 10 ppm (0-15 mg/m 3 ) H 2 S

Limit of detection:

0.01 ppm (0.02 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.01 ppm (0.02 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.03 ppm (0.04 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.03 ppm/24h (<0.04 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.12-0.15 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

1 ppm H 2 S (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

 

H

2 S

Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

<0.01

Butane

10 ppm

<0.05

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

<0.1

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

-0.1

Ethanol

5 ppm

<0.1

Hydrogen

50 ppm

<0.75

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

1

Isobutylene

10 ppm

<0.15

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

<-0.01

Ozone

0.1 ppm

<-0.01

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

<0.15

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

<0.1

Toluene

5 ppm

<0.1

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December 2010

AQM 60 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Module Specifications Product code: AQMPD Principle: Photo Ionization

AQM 60

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMPD

Principle:

Photo Ionization Detector (PID)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

VOC in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 20 ppm (0-50 mg/m 3 ) VOC

Limit of detection:

0.01 ppm (0.02 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.01 ppm (0.02 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.02 ppm (0.04 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.02 ppm/24h (<0.04 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<5% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.12-0.15 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

5 ppm isobutylene (balance air)

Effect of interference gases:

The table below shows typical responses to interference gases in a sample. Individual results may vary.

Interference Gas

VOC (PID) Module Reading (ppm)

Ammonia

10 ppm

1

Butane

10 ppm

0.5

Carbon monoxide

10 ppm

0

Carbon dioxide

1000 ppm

0

Chlorine

1 ppm

0

Ethanol

5 ppm

0.5

Hydrogen

50 ppm

0

Hydrogen sulphide

1 ppm

0.3

Isobutylene

10 ppm

10

Methane

100 ppm

0

Nitrogen dioxide

0.1 ppm

0

Ozone

0.1 ppm

0

Perchloroethylene

20 ppm

0

Propane

100 ppm

0

Sulphur dioxide

1 ppm

0

Toluene

5 ppm

10

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December 2010

AQM 60 Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) Module Specifications Product code: AQMCD Principle: Non Dispersive

AQM 60

Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMCD

Principle:

Non Dispersive Infrared (NDIR)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

CO 2 in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 2000 ppm (0-3600 mg/m 3 ) CO 2

Limit of detection:

6 ppm (10 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

1 ppm (1 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

10 ppm (10 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<10 ppm/24h (<20 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<5% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.06-0.07 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

1000 ppm CO 2 (balance air)

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December 2010

AQM 60

AQM 60 Non-methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) Module Specifications Product code: AQMVN Principle: Gas Sensitive

Non-methane Hydrocarbon (NMHC) Module

Specifications

Product code:

AQMVN

Principle:

Gas Sensitive Semiconductor (GSS)

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

NMHC in ambient air

Calibrated range:

0 to 25 ppm (0-60 mg/m 3 ) NMHC

Limit of detection:

0.1 ppm (0.2 mg/m 3 )

Resolution:

0.1 ppm (0.2 mg/m 3 )

Precision:

0.2 ppm (0.4 mg/m 3 )

Zero drift:

<0.2 ppm/24h (<0.4 mg/m 3 )

Span drift:

<10% reading at 50% full scale

Response time (T 80 ):

<120 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows ppm, PC software shows ppm or mg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

0.12-0.15 LPM

Zero calibration:

Internal zero air scrubber (or external calibration system)

Span calibration point:

5 ppm isobutylene (balance air)

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December 2010

AQM 60 Particle Monitor (PM 1 0 PM 2 . 5 PM 1 TSP) Specifications

AQM 60

Particle Monitor (PM 10 PM 2.5 PM 1 TSP)

Specifications

Product code:

AQMPM10 / AQMPM25

Principle:

Forward light scattering via a laser diode optical mass detector with inlet tube heater for temperature conditioning, TSP inlet and sharp cut cyclone(s) to measure particles 10 microns or 2.5 microns aerodynamic diameter

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

Particulate matter in ambient air

Particle sizes:

TSP, PM 10 , PM 2.5 , PM 1 (interchangeable cut points)

Calibrated range:

0 to 2000 µg/m 3

Sensitivity:

1 µg/m 3

Resolution:

1 µg/m 3

Precision:

3 µg/m 3 (or 2% of reading)

Accuracy:

±8%

Sample period:

1 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows µg/m 3 , PC software shows µg/m 3

Sample flow rate:

2 LPM

Zero calibration:

Auto-zeroing built-in

Span check:

Manual span check switch

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AQM 60 Particle Profiler (8 channel) Specifications Product code: AQMPP8 Principle: Forward light scattering via

AQM 60

Particle Profiler (8 channel)

Specifications

Product code:

AQMPP8

Principle:

Forward light scattering via a laser diode optical sensor to detect, size and count particles in eight digital bins

Sample method:

BLDC diaphragm pump

Application:

Particle size/distribution in ambient air

Measuring ranges:

0.3 µm to 10 µm (eight selectable sizes)

Concentration:

0 to 100,000 PPL (particles per litre)

Sensitivity:

0.3 µm

Resolution:

1 PPL

Accuracy:

±10% to calibration aerosol

Sample period:

1 s

Indication:

VFD display via AQM 60 Control Module

Units of measure:

Display shows PPL (particles per litre), PC software shows PPL (particles per litre)

Sample flow rate:

1 LPM

Calibration:

Factory service only using NIST traceable standards

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AQM 60 Wind Speed and Direction Sensors AQMR1 Product code: AQMR1 – Gill WindSonic Description:

AQM 60

Wind Speed and Direction Sensors

AQMR1

Product code:

AQMR1 – Gill WindSonic

Description:

2-axis ultrasonic wind sensor

Specifications:

For full details visit the company website www.gill.co.uk

For full details visit the company website www.gill.co.uk AQMR2 Wind Speed Range 0-60 m/s ±2% @

AQMR2

Wind Speed

Range

0-60 m/s ±2% @ 12 m/s 0.01 m/s

Accuracy

Resolution

Wind Direction

Range

0-359°(no dead band) ±3% @ 12 m/s

Accuracy

Resolution

1

°

Mechanical

External construction & protection Size & Weight

LURAN S KR 2861/1C ASA/PC; IP65 142 x 160 (mm) ; 0.5 Kg

Environmental

Operating range

-35°C to +70°C; <5% to 100% RH

Product code:

AQMR2 – NovaLynx 200-WS-02B

Description:

Combination three cup anemometer and wind vane sensor

Specifications:

For full details visit the company website www.novalynx.com

For full details visit the company website www.novalynx.com Anemometer Turning radius 3” to centre of cup

Anemometer

Turning radius

3” to centre of cup 1.2 mph Reed switch, magnet activated 1.25 mph = 1pps, 75mph=60hz 0-99 mph (typical) 1mph or ± 3%

Speed threshold

Transducer type

Speed Constant

Measurement range

Accuracy

Wind Vane

Azimuth accuracy

± 3%

Bearing type

Bushing

Potentiometer gap

5°approx

Distance constant

1.5’

Damping ratio

0.4

Vane threshold

1.2 mph

Measurement range

0-360°azimuth

Time constant

2 sec

Turning radius

10 1/2”

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AQM 60 Multi-Sensor Weather Stations AQMR25 Product code: AQMR25 – Vaisala Weather Transmitter WXT520

Multi-Sensor Weather Stations

AQMR25

Product code:

AQMR25 – Vaisala Weather Transmitter WXT520

Description:

Measures wind speed and direction; liquid precipitation;

Specifications:

barometric pressure; air temperature; and relative humidity For full details visit the company website www.vaisala.com

For full details visit the company website www.vaisala.com AQMR39 Wind Speed and Direction Speed Measurement range

AQMR39

Wind Speed and Direction

Speed

Measurement range

0-60 m/s ±0.3 m/s or ±3% (0-35 m/s); ±5% (36-60 m/s )

Accuracy

Direction

Measurement range

0-360°

Accuracy

±3°

Liquid Precipitation

Rainfall

cumulative accumulation after latest reset

output resolution

0.01

mm, 0.001 inches

accuracy

5%

Rainfall duration

counts each 10 s increment when droplet detected 10 s

output resolution

Rain intensity

one-minute running average in ten-second steps 0-200 mm/h

range

output resolution

0.1

mm/h, 0.01 inches/h

Barometric Pressure

Measurement range

600-1100 hPa ±0.5 hPa @ 0 to 30 °C (+32 to +86 °F); ±1 hPa @ -52 to +60 °C (-60 to +140 °F)

Accuracy

Air Temperature

Measurement range Accuracy @ +20 °C (+68 °F)

-52 to +60 °C (-60 to +140 °F) ±0.3 °C (±0.5 °F)

Relative Humidity

Measurement range

0-100 %RH ±3 %RH (0-90 %RH); ±5 %RH (90-100 %RH)

Accuracy

Product code:

AQMR39 – Gill MetPak II Weather Station

Description:

Measures wind speed and direction; air temperature; relative

Specifications:

humidity; barometric pressure and dew point For full details visit the company website www.gill.co.uk

For full details visit the company website www.gill.co.uk Wind Speed Range 0-60 m/s (134 mph) ±2%

Wind Speed

Range

0-60 m/s (134 mph) ±2% @ 12 m/s

Accuracy

Resolution

0.01

m/s (0.02 mph)

Wind Direction

Range

0 to 359°- No dead band ±3°@ 12 m/s

Accuracy

Resolution

Air Temperature

Range

-35 °C to +70 °C ±0.1 °C

Accuracy

Resolution

0.1

°C (0.1 °F)

Relative Humidity

Range

0-100 %RH ±0.8 % @ 23 °C

Accuracy

Resolution

0.1

%RH

Barometric Pressure

Range

800-1100 hPa

Accuracy

±0.5 hPa

Resolution

±0.1 hPa

Dew Point

Accuracy

±0.15 °C (23 °C ambient temp @ 20 °C dew point)

Resolution

0.1

°C (0.1 °F)

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AQM 60

Solar Radiation Sensor

AQMR28

AQM 60 Solar Radiation Sensor AQMR28 Product code: AQMR28 – NovaLynx 240-200SZ Description: Silicon

Product code:

AQMR28 – NovaLynx 240-200SZ

Description:

Silicon pyranometer

Specifications:

For full details visit the company website www.novalynx.com

For full details visit the company website www.novalynx.com Sensor High stability silicon voltaic detector

Sensor

High stability silicon voltaic detector

Accuracy

± 5% typical under natural daylight conditions

Sensitivity

100 µA per 1000 Wm² typical

Resolution

0.01 m/s

Linearity

Max deviation of 1% up to 3000 Wm²

Stability

< ± 2% change over a one year period

Response time

10 µs

Temperature dependence

0.15% per °C max

Cosine correction

Cosine corrected up to 80°angle of incidence

Azimuth

< ± 1% error over 360°at 45°elevation

Tilt

no error induced from orientation

Operating temperature

40°C to +65°C (-40°F to +149°F)

Sensor housing

Weatherproof anodized aluminum case with acrylic diffuser and stainless steel hardware

Size & Weight

3" Dia x 1.4" H; 1 lb

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AQM 60 Noise Meter and Calibrator AQMR26 and AQMR27 Product code: AQMR26 and AQMR27 – ACO

Noise Meter and Calibrator

AQMR26 and AQMR27

Product code:

AQMR26 and AQMR27 – ACO Pacific SA6000 and 521

Description:

Outdoor environmental noise meter: Type 1 compliant

Specifications:

For full details visit the website www.acopacific.com

For full details visit the website www.acopacific.com AQMR26 – SLARM SA6000 Alarm, Display, History and Control

AQMR26 – SLARM SA6000

Alarm, Display, History and Control available

Programmable dBSPL Alarm Settings, Leq Periods, F/S response

A, C and Lin(Z) Weighting Curve Selection True RMS detection with >100 dB Dynamic range Standard 20 to 120 dBSPL, 40 to 140 dBSPL Optional to <20 dBA and > 175 dBSPL MK224 Type 1 microphone Frequency response 8 Hz to 18 kHz Sensitivity -26dB Dynamic range 14dBA to 145 dB (equivalent to Bruel and Kjaer Type 4155/4189) Remote Mic/Preamp - to > 300 feet

Cable 30 feet

ODM outdoor microphone housing assembly

WSI-80T 80ppi water resistant windscreen

AQMR27 – SPL Calibrator 521

94dBSPL @ 1 kHz for MK224 mic

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AQM 60 Data Acquisition System (DAS) Control Module Product code: AQMCM – included in AQM

AQM 60

Data Acquisition System (DAS)

Control Module

Product code:

AQMCM – included in AQM 60 station base

Description:

AQM 60 Control Module with display and data logging

Specifications:

Module with display and data logging Specifications: Processor Single-board-computer (SBC) Display

Processor

Single-board-computer (SBC)

Display

Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD); 4-line x 20- character

Continuous Data Gas concentration; particle concentration; temperature; humidity; wind speed; wind direction; noise; and other values per integrated sensor

Storage Media

Secure Digital (SD) card; 2 GB (expandable)

Sampling Frequency

2 to 256 minutes (programmable)

Communication

RS-232

Protocol

Refer to User Guide

Interfaces

RS-232 / DB9; System BUS; 12 VDC out (700 mA); external USB port

Software Programs

Product code:

AQMR60 – included in AQM 60 station base AQM 60 Configuration and PC data logging software

Description:

Specifications:

data logging software Description: Specifications: Purpose AQM Software is designed to be a simple interface

Purpose

AQM Software is designed to be a simple interface for communicating with the AQM 60 station via a PC

Media

CD-ROM

Functions Poll data and display in either tabular or graphical

; view

historical data sets; export data to spreadsheets;

configure sensors and sampling frequency; initiate zero calibration routine; modify gain factors; adjust instrument performance; diagnostics and setup for GSM/GPRS modem connection for remote operation

format; unit conversion ppm to mg/m

3

Database

Open source HSQLDB Java database and Java V1.5 (supplied with software)

PC Requirements CD-ROM Drive; RS232 / USB port; Windows OS version 2000 or later; 100 Mb spare hard drive space; 256 Mb RAM; 1 GHz processor speed

Protocol

Refer to User Guide

Compatibility Other third-party DAS software programs may be integrated with the AQM 60 station. Refer to Aeroqual for advice

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AQM 60 Communication Solutions GSM/GPRS Modem Product code: AQMR4 and AQMR19 – Maestro 100 Modem

AQM 60

Communication Solutions

GSM/GPRS Modem

Product code:

AQMR4 and AQMR19 – Maestro 100 Modem

Description:

External industrial quad band GSM/GPRS modem

Specifications:

For full details visit the website www.maestro-wireless.com

For full details visit the website www.maestro-wireless.com RF Modem Cellular Interface GSM GPRS SIM Plug-in card

RF Modem

Cellular Interface

GSM GPRS SIM Plug-in card reader

850/900/1800/1900 MHz Class 10 1.8 / 3V

Serial Interface

RS-232 / DB9

Dimensions

Size 88 x 60 x 26 mm; weight 100 g

Product code:

AQMR3 – Digi International XStream® PKG RF Modems

Description:

900 MHz or 2.4 GHz stand-alone radio modems

Specifications:

For full details visit the website www.digi.com

For full details visit the website www.digi.com Serial-to-Ethernet Range Indoor/Urban (2.1 dB antenna)

Serial-to-Ethernet

Range

Indoor/Urban (2.1 dB antenna) Outdoor LOS (2.1 dB antenna) Outdoor LOS (high gain antenna)

1500 ft (450 m) @ 900 MHz; 600 ft (180 m) @ 2.4 GHz 7 mi (11 km) @ 900 MHz; 3 mi (5 km) @ 2.4 GHz 20 mi (32 km) @ 900 MHz; 10 mi (16 km) @ 2.4 GHz

Serial Interface

RS-232 / DB-9

Dimensions

Size 140 x 70 x 29 mm; weight 200 g

Product code:

AQMR5 – MOXA NPort®5110 Serial Device Server

Description:

RS-232 Device Server for TCP/IP network connection

Specifications:

For full details visit the website www.moxa.com

For full details visit the website www.moxa.com Cellular IP Gateway L A N I n t

Cellular IP Gateway

LAN Interface

10/100 Mbps / RJ45

Serial Interface

RS-232 / DB9

Baudrate

110 bps to 230.4 Kbps

Network Protocols

ICMP, IP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, BOOTP, Telnet, DNS, SNMP V1, HTTP, SMTP

Dimensions

Size 80 x 52 x 22 mm; weight 340 g

Product code:

AQMR38 – MOXA OnCell G3111 GSM/GPRS IP-modem

Description:

Quad-band industrial RS-232 to GSM/GPRS IP gateway

Specifications:

For full details visit the website www.moxa.com

For full details visit the website www.moxa.com C e l l u l a r I

Cellular Interface

GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; GPRS Class 10

LAN Interface

10/100 Mbps / RJ45

Serial Interface

RS-232 / DB9

Baudrate

50 bps to 921.6 Kbps

Network Protocols

ICMP, TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, Telnet, DNS, SNMP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNTP, ARP

Dimensions

Size 111 x 77 x 26 mm; weight 165 g

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AQM 60 AQMR38 – Cellular IP Gateway Description The AQMR38 is a quad-band industrial RS-232

AQM 60

AQMR38 – Cellular IP Gateway

Description

The AQMR38 is a quad-band industrial RS-232 to GSM/GPRS IP gateway modem. This cellular IP gateway modem can be used to provide a link to the AQM 60 Air Quality Station via a cellular internet network.

Aeroqual integrates the MOXA OnCell G3111 IP modem into the AQM 60 station and provides the interface cabling, power supply and mounting mechanism that allow the modem to interface with the AQM 60 software.

Benefits

the modem to interface with the AQM 60 software. Benefits • Fully integrated communications system factory-fitted

Fully integrated communications system factory-fitted into the AQM 60 station

Global access via the Internet to any AQM 60 station

Aeroqual factory support and diagnostics can be provided using this communications method

Access in 120+ countries depending on the cellular internet service provider

Enables remote data acquisition and interrogation of the AQM 60 using Aeroqual PC software

Operation

This modem can be operated in the following ways:

A public static IP address provided by a local cellular internet service provider. If local providers are not available, a specialist service provider must be used.

VPN service provided by a carrier (MVNO). Wyless offers tailored solutions - for full details visit the company website www.wyless.com (Aeroqual currently uses this service)

DDNS service. DynDNS offers networking plans - for full details visit the company website www.dyndns.com

Usage

During set-up and commissioning the R38 IP modem can be used to provide remote support from Aeroqual (cellular networking charges apply).

The R38 modem can be utilized for remote data acquisition and remote maintenance by the customer and/or Aeroqual (cellular networking charges apply).

Remote diagnostics using the R38 modem offers greater efficiency and enables preventative maintenance to be provided.

Specifications

Cellular Interface

GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; GPRS Class 10

LAN Interface

10/100 Mbps / RJ45

Serial Interface

RS-232 / DB9

Baudrate

50 bps to 921.6 Kbps

Network Protocols

ICMP, TCP/IP, UDP, DHCP, Telnet, DNS, SNMP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNTP, ARP

Dimensions

Size 111 x 77 x 26 mm; weight 165 g

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Excerpt from Moxa White Paper released on April 14, 2009 Copyright © 2009 Moxa Inc. All rights reserved.

14, 2009 Copyright © 2009 Moxa Inc. All rights reserved. IP address solutions using GPRS Systems

IP address solutions using GPRS Systems

GPRS is a communication technology that allows data acquisition systems to overcome the difficulty of cabling for wide area remote sites. GPRS applications are becoming more prevalent, but the dynamic IP address issues associated with GPRS networking continue to frustrate system integrators.

The trouble with I/O devices with GPRS capability is that they receive a different IP address every time they connect to the GPRS network.

Three distinct solutions have been developed to overcome this challenge:

Solution 1: Public Static IP Address The first choice is to obtain a public static IP address; some carriers (telecom service providers) can assign a static IP address to a specific SIM card. This way, all the I/O devices will have their own static IP address. The main benefit of this solution is that it behaves like a wired solution. However, not all carriers offer this kind of service.

Solution 2: VPN Service Provided by Carrier/MVNO A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a secure LAN solution that groups specific devices together. The VPN grouping concept solves the dynamic IP address issues and prevents unauthorized persons from accessing the data. For this VPN solution, customers are required to buy one of a number of different GPRS on-line services to be able to access a Virtual Private Network (VPN). When the GPRS device dials up, the carrier will assign a private IP address which is on the same network segment as the host and can maintain bi-directional communication using a polling architecture. Many enterprise clients turn to mobile virtual network operators (MVNO). These MVNO’s acquire numerous GPRS services and then rents them out to customers who are looking for a small number of IP addresses.

Unfortunately, some countries do not have MVNOs, and some carriers do not provide VPN services. For this reason, this solution may be unfeasible for some users.

Aeroqual has used www.wyless.com successfully to communicate with AQM60 Stations.

Solution 3: DDNS Using dynamic IP addresses is often necessary since many ISPs do not provide static IP addresses. The Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) is used to convert a device’s name into a dynamic IP address so that remote devices can communicate with the control center using a fixed domain name. DDNS takes care of the Dynamic IP address of a device, and DNS the static IP address of a device.

With most remote GPRS devices, you need to apply for a hostname for each of the devices handled by the DDNS server. When GPRS devices get an IP from the carrier, they will automatically connect to the GPRS network. Each time a GPRS device’s built-in DDNS client gets a new IP address, it will send the IP address to the DDNS sever.

Aeroqual has used www.dyndns.com successfully to communicate with AQM60 Stations.

For further details visit the Moxa company website www.moxa.com

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AQM 60 Gas Module Calibration The AQM 60 station has an integrated zero calibration system

AQM 60

Gas Module Calibration

The AQM 60 station has an integrated zero calibration system using a replaceable air scrubber. The system can be activated manually, remotely or programmable for automatic zero calibration. Zero calibration can also be performed with an external calibration system using a traceable zero air source. Span points are calibrated with an external calibration system (calibrator may be equipped with an ozone production unit) using the supplied software and certified gas bottles, gas dilution calibrators, or ozone calibrators.

External Calibration System

USB cable
USB cable
or ozone calibrators. External Calibration System USB cable T-fittings PC with AQM 60 software loaded Gas

T-fittings

PC with AQM 60 software loaded

Gas dilution calibrator Humidifier Zero air (bottle or generator)
Gas dilution
calibrator
Humidifier
Zero air
(bottle or generator)

Exhaust

Certified

calibration

gas

air (bottle or generator) Exhaust Certified calibration gas Reference analyzer (optional) An example of an external

Reference analyzer (optional)

Certified calibration gas Reference analyzer (optional) An example of an external calibration system for the AQM

An example of an external calibration system for the AQM 60 station is shown left. This example is installed in a frame designed to be moved in a small truck or van as a mobile calibration rig. A typical system consists of a zero air generator, gas dilution calibrator with ozone generator, certified gas bottles with pressure regulators, stainless steel T fittings and PTFE sampling lines. Reference analyzers are optional for further validation.

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AQM 60

Installation Examples

AQM 60 Installation Examples Pole installation with meteorological sensors for municipal air quality monitoring (Belarus)

Pole installation with meteorological sensors for municipal air quality monitoring (Belarus)

sensors for municipal air quality monitoring (Belarus) Rooftop frame installation for near-road air quality

Rooftop frame installation for near-road air quality monitoring of a major city traffic intersection (India)

monitoring of a major city traffic intersection (India) Rooftop installation for near-road air quality monitoring

Rooftop installation for near-road air quality monitoring (New Zealand)

for near-road air quality monitoring (New Zealand) Pole installation with security fence for community air

Pole installation with security fence for community air quality exposure monitoring (Korea)

fence for community air quality exposure monitoring (Korea) Pole installation for perimeter monitoring at a

Pole installation for perimeter monitoring at a petrochemical site (Brazil)

for perimeter monitoring at a petrochemical site (Brazil) Tripod installation for monitoring air quality at a

Tripod installation for monitoring air quality at a school (South Africa)

for monitoring air quality at a school (South Africa) Frame and platform installation for air quality

Frame and platform installation for air quality monitoring network (Colombia)

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AQM 60 Air Quality Network Projects • Galveston-Houston Association for Smog Prevention (GHASP) — United

AQM 60

Air Quality Network Projects

Galveston-Houston Association for Smog Prevention (GHASP)United States (2005) Houston air quality monitoring network

Ministry of Environment and Sustainable DevelopmentRomania (2006) Improvement of the national air quality monitoring network

National Park Service U.S. Department of the InteriorUnited States (2007) Air quality network for summer ozone monitoring in forests

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental ProtectionBelarus (2008) Air quality monitoring network for Minsk

University of Auckland - School of Geography, Geology and Environmental Science (SEGGS)New Zealand (2008) High density network for urban mapping of air quality

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough CouncilUnited Kingdom (2008) Local air quality monitoring network

New South Wales Government - Department of HealthAustralia (2009) Air quality monitoring network for NSW schools

Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM)South Africa (2009) Urban air quality monitoring network

Government of Spain - Directorate General of TrafficSpain (2009) National traffic and road air quality network project starting in Madrid

Corporación Autónoma Regional de Cundinamarca (CAR)Colombia (2010) Urban air quality monitoring network for Santa Fé Bogotá

Richards Bay Clean Air AssociationSouth Africa (2010) Expansion of municipal air quality monitoring network for Richards Bay

Ostrava MunicipalityCzech Republic (2010) Air quality monitoring network for municipal region

Dubai Municipality - Environmental Planning & Studies Section Environment DepartmentUnited Arab Emirates (2010) Expansion of Dubai Air Quality Monitoring Network (EDAQMN)

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