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Air quality monitoring

Ultrasonic wind sensors and weather stations for air quality monitoring and analysis

Accurate air quality monitoring

Understanding atmospheric processes and sources of pollution formation and distribution is required in order to guide the development of local policy, national policy and management strategies. Air quality monitoring systems typically use a suite of sensors to monitor multiple environmental parameters including wind speed and direction, temperature and humidity.

Low operating costs and high quality data

Gill weather stations and wind sensors have no mechanical moving parts which require frequent replacement, therefore operational costs are typically very low. The WindSonic wind sensor has the ability to monitor wind speeds from as low as 0.1 m/s with no mechanical inertia, so the data provided is extremely reliable and high quality.

Recommended instruments and sensors for air quality monitoring...

WindSonic Metal Ultrasonic Wind Sensor

Gill WindSonic is a low-cost 2-axis ultrasonic anemometer, providing wind speed (0-60m/s) and direction data in a robust housing. This anemometer has no moving parts, offering maintenance-free operation in a wide range of applications.

MetConnect One ultrasonic weaather station with multi parameters

MetConnect is a compact multi-sensor professional weather station providing wind speed and direction, barometric pressure, temperature, humidity and dew point measurements, with capability to connect auxiliary sensors and combine all inputs into one serial data output.