Temtop M2000C Handhold CO2 Air Quality Monitor PM2.5/PM10

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The handheld air quality detector detects indoor and outdoor air quality accurately. By adopting high-precision electrochemical formaldehyde sensor, American laser particle sensor and carbon dioxide sensor based on NDIR theory, it visualized the air quality level to ensure the health of your family effectively.

1. Multifunctional Air Quality Monitor device with laser particle sensor and carbon dioxide sensor based on NDIR theory.
2. This detector detects PM2.5 & PM10 Particles, CO2, Temperature and Humidity.
3. Audio alarm, colorful TFT display, ergonomic design, built-in rechargeable large capacity battery.
4. User friendly interface.

Application: At home, Lab or in public buildings etc.

Name: Hand-Held Air Quality Detector 
Model: M2000C
Display: TFT color LCD Screen
Battery Voltage: 3.7VDC
Overall Dimension: 73.5*139*37.5mm
Power Adapter:
Output Voltage: DC5V
Output Current:1A
Operating Environment:
Temperature range: 0~50℃
Humidity range: 0~90%RH
Atmospheric pressure: 1atm
Measurement: specification and range:
PM2.5 measurement technical specification 
Measurement range: 0~999ug/m³
Resolution: 0.1ug/m³
PM10 measurement technical specification
Measurement range: 0~999ug/m³
Resolution: 0.1ug/m³
CO2 measurement technical specification
Measurement range: 0~5000PPM
Resolution: 1PPM

Fine particles (PM2.5)

PM2.5 are 2.5 micrometers in diameter or smaller, and can only be seen with an electron microscope. Fine particles are produced from all types of combustion, including motor vehicles, power plants, residential wood burning, forest fires, agricultural burning, and some industrial processes.

Exposure to PM2.5 has multiple short terms and long term health impacts. The short term includes irritation in the eyes, nose, and throat, coughing, sneezing and shortness of breath. Prolonged exposure to PM2.5 can cause permanent respiratory problems such as asthma,

Coarse dust particles (PM10)

PM10 are 2.5 to 10 micrometers in diameter. Sources include crushing or grinding operations and dust stirred up by vehicles on roads. These tiny particles which are about 30 times smaller than the width of a hair on your head are small enough to get inhaled past our defensive nose hairs and into our lungs.

Carbon Dioxide (CO₂ )

CO₂ is a greenhouse gas that is natural and harmless in small quantities but as levels rise it can be dangerous to your health. Most commonly produced by the air we exhale, CO₂ levels concentrate indoors with less ventilation.

Exposure to high carbon dioxide levels can cause suffocation by displacement of air, incapacitation and unconsciousness, headaches, vertigo and double vision, inability to concentrate, tinnitus, seizures.

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