Envitems Launches Air Quality Station
Envitems, a cleantech company specializing in air quality, has launched an air quality station, Envitems E4100.
E4100 measures gaseous pollutants to the parts-per-billion level and is appropriate for many applications including voluntary air quality monitoring projects for companies and environmental consulting firms, as well as smart building automation systems, the company says.
The product is small in size, weighing less than a kilogram, and starts at less than $2,000.
The E4100 air quality station measures up to four gas measurements per product — CO, NO, NO2, SO2, H2S, O3 and VOCs — as well as basic weather data, such as humidity, atmospheric pressure and temperature. The product is also available with a particle counter, which includes particle measurements PM 2.5 and PM10, for particles smaller than 2.5 and 10 micrometers in diameter.
The measurement data can be sent to a web-based database via wireless Internet connection. Users can also wirelessly download data recordings to their own systems.
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