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    PM2.5 Sensor, Dust Sensor, TTL/PWM Output

    High quality dust sensor uses the principle of laser scattering to detect PM1.0/PM2.5/PM10. This PM sensor has TTL/PWM output, 0.3-10μm measurement range, real-time response, accurate data, and low power consumption, widely used in air purifiers, ventilation systems, portable instruments, air quality monitoring equipment, air conditioners and smart home equipment.
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    Low price PM sensor for sale online. It is a laser dust sensor that can detect particulate matter (PM1.0/PM2.5/PM10) in the air and provides serial port output and PWM output, measurement range 0.3-10μm, suitable for air purifiers, ventilation systems, etc.


    • Model: ATO-ZH03B
    • Target: PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10
    • Detection Principle: Laser
    • Detection Particle Size Range: 0.3-10μm
    • Effective Range: 0-1000μg/m3
    • Detection Interval: 1s
    • PM2.5 Detection Accuracy: 0~100μg/m3: ±15μg/m3; 101~1000μg/m3: ±15%reading (Test Conditions: 25±2℃, 50±10%RH, TSI8530, Ciggrates, GBT18801-2015 )
    • Stabilization Time After Power On: 30s
    • Output: UART_TTL Output (3.3V Level, Default); PWM Output (3.3V Level, Default)
    • Operating Voltage: 4.9V~5.5V(DC)
    • Working Current: <120mA
    • Sleep Current: <20mA
    • Response Time: T90<45s
    • Working Humidity: 0~80%RH (No Condensation)
    • Operating Temperature: -10~50℃
    • Storage Temperature: -30~70℃
    • Dimension: 50x32.4x21mm(LxWxH)
    • Weight: <38g
    • MTTF: Continuous Without Interruption>10000h

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    PM2.5 sensor dimension

    Tips: What is a PM sensor?

    A PM sensor, or particulate matter sensor, is a device designed to measure and monitor the concentration of airborne particulate matter in the atmosphere. Particulate matter refers to tiny particles or droplets in the air that can vary in size, composition, and origin. These particles can have diverse sources, including industrial emissions, vehicle exhaust, construction activities, and natural sources like dust and pollen.

    PM sensors are crucial tools in environmental monitoring and air quality management. They typically utilize various technologies such as laser-based scattering, light absorption, or gravimetric methods to quantify particulate matter concentrations. The results are often reported in terms of particle size fractions, with PM2.5 (particles with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers or smaller) and PM10 (particles with a diameter of 10 micrometers or smaller) being common metrics.

    As air pollution poses significant health risks, including respiratory and cardiovascular problems, PM sensors play a pivotal role in assessing the quality of the air we breathe. Real-time data from these sensors can inform public health decisions, guide regulatory measures, and empower individuals to take actions to minimize exposure to harmful airborne particulates.

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