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Air Quality Monitoring Stations

Air Quality

Air quality refers to the air condition around us. Good air quality refers to the air that is free from pollutants, clear and clean. Poor air quality can affect or harm human health. Not only human, animals and natural resources like, water, plants also threatened with high concentration pollution in the air.
Pollutants like smoke, dust and other gaseous pollutes the air. And the Air quality is determined by assessing a variety of these pollution indicators.


Pollution sources like, industries, manufacturing facilities, machines, burning wood and coal, vehicles etc., will emit a wide range of pollutants. The potential pollutants are Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), particulate matter, Hydrocarbons (HC) and volatile organic compounds (VOC), Lead, Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), and Smog. Even though Air pollutants are in the form of gases, but some are very tiny solid particles, like dust, smoke or soot. Air pollution from various sources can affect indoor air as well. Removing the pollutants from indoor air can improve the quality of your indoor air. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pet dander, formaldehyde and radon gases are some more indoor air pollutants. Pollutants in the open air or free flow air will mix with the air and disappear quickly.

Data Loggers For Air Quality Monitoring

TAGV’s weather stations are based around a programmable data logger that measures the sensors, then processes, stores, and transmits the data. Our data loggers have wide operating temperature ranges, programmable execution intervals, and required input channels for commonly used sensors. Most sensors can be measured directly—without external signal conditioning circuits. Data sets are typically transmitted and stored in the units of choice (e.g., wind speed in mph, m/s, knots). Measurement rates and data recording intervals are independently programmable, allowing calculation of hourly, and daily minimum, maximum and instant data values from 1-minute or 1-second measurements. The program can be modified at any time to accommodate different sensor configurations or new data processing requirements.

Data Transmission And Retrieval

We offer multiple communications options for data Transmission, options including cellular, long range radio, satellite (INSAT) and wired interfaces like Ethernet and RS485. Data retrieval options include laptop computer and USB storage device (Pen drive).


Our PC-based support software simplifies the entire weather monitoring process, from programming to data retrieval to data display and analysis. Our software automatically manages data retrieval from networks or single stations. Robust error-checking ensures data integrity. We can even help you post your data to the Internet.

Air Quality Sensors

Almost any meteorological sensor can be measured by our data loggers, allowing stations to be customized for each site. Typical sensors used on our stations include, but are not limited to:
1.Air Temperature
2.Barometric pressure
3.Relative humidity
4.Wind speed and direction
5.Rain Gauge
6.Solar radiation