Monitoring of toxic and harmful gases such as formaldehyde and carbon monoxide in the home environment
After the renovation of many new houses, more than 90% of harmful gases seriously exceed the standard, and the indoor formaldehyde concentration may exceed 2.5ppm, and some may even exceed 10ppm. Therefore, formaldehyde sensors, air quality sensors, TVOC sensors, etc. are placed in the home environment to monitor volatile organic compounds such as formaldehyde and toluene in real-time, gas sensors can also be integrated with air conditioners, air purifiers, etc., to realize new houses The combination of pollution detection and treatment helps to create a safe and comfortable home environment.
The Renke gas detector adopts imported first-line electrochemical sensors of major brands, which can quickly and accurately monitor 11 gases such as oxygen, carbon monoxide, ammonia, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, formaldehyde, and sulfur dioxide. The built-in mobile phone card and With the help of China Mobile and China Unicom’s base stations, GPRS/4G communication methods are used to upload data to the environmental monitoring platform to realize information collection, data viewing, data analysis and other functions.
Monitoring of pollution elements such as carbon monoxide and particulate matter in the car
According to the survey, 93.6% of new cars have serious air pollution exceeding the standard. The pollution source comes from the decoration materials of the car body. Among them, the pollution of toxic substances such as formaldehyde, xylene, and benzene is the most serious. In addition, the cars also contain high concentrations of carbon monoxide harmful gas. It is mainly derived from the engine and car exhaust, as well as when the air conditioner is turned on when parking, and is called the “silent killer”. If people stay in the car for a long time, the people in the car will unconsciously inhale this toxic gas and become poisoned.
Place a portable composite multi-gas detector in the car for full-function self-testing, which can detect the concentration of oxygen, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and other gases in the car. The monitored values are displayed in real-time on the high-definition color screen for users to check. If the gas concentration exceeds the limit It can also provide a three-level local sound, light and vibration alarm, thereby serving as a safety warning and reminding vehicle owners to take effective improvement measures in time.
Specifically, the application of IoT gas sensors in daily life is quite extensive: for example, a gas sensor installed in the kitchen can detect whether civil gas such as natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas and city gas leaks; it can detect the cooking of food in a microwave oven Gas, so as to manually control the microwave oven to cook food; in addition, gas transmitters installed in some high-rise buildings or public entertainment venues can also be used to detect fire signs and alarm.