Temtop M2000 2nd - Handheld Air Meter for PM2.5/10, carbon dioxide, formaldehye
DIGITAL CARBON DIOXIDE METER - M2000 2ND
Carbon Dioxide uses a lot of space in the air instead of oxygen creating an asphyxiating feeling. There many symptoms caused by CO2 such as dizziness and headache. Thi colorless gas usually comes from industrial processes that produce hydrogen and ammonia from natural gas, coal, or large-volume fermentation operations are some of the largest commercial producers of carbon dioxide. High concentration of carbon dioxide can toxic. The M2000 2nd focuses on CO2 but also includes a HCHO sensor, and PM2.5 PM 10 sensor, the device also has a histogram and it is capable to export data to the computer. The combination of the history file, and CE and FCC test repost are perfect for those customers who want to present a case about the air quality in their environment.
- Upgraded version of M2000, data export (CSV format) available via USB.
- Multifunctional Air Quality Monitor device with high precise electrochemical formaldehyde sensor, laser particle sensor, and carbon dioxide sensor based on NDIR.
- This air quality monitor can detect PM2.5 PM10 Particles CO2 HCHO Temperature and Humidity.
- Audio alarm, colorful TFT display, ergonomic design, built-in rechargeable large capacity battery.
- User-friendly interface, temperature unit Fahrenheit and Celsius switchable.
|Model||M2000 2nd Generation|
|Dimensions||8.8 x 2.8 x 1.4in|
|Battery Last||6-8h with a full charge|
|Input||DC 5V; 1A|
|0peration Environment||0-50℃ (32-122℉), 0-90%RH|
|PM2.5 Measuring Range||0-999 μg/m³ (Resolution 0.1 μg/m³)|
|PM2.5 Accuracy||±10 μg/m³(0-100 μg/m³), ±10%(>100 μg/m³)|
|PM10 Measuring Range||0-999 μg/m³ (Resolution 0.1 μg/m³)|
|PM10 Accuracy||±15 μg/m³(0-100 μg/m³), ±15%(>100 μg/m³)|
|CO2 Measuring Range||0-5000 ppm (Resolution 1 ppm)|
|CO2 Accuracy||±50 ppm + 5% reading|
|HCHO Measuring Range||0-2 mg/m³ (Resolution 0.001 mg/m³)|
|HCHO Accuracy||±0.03 mg/m³(0-0.3 mg/m³), ±10%(>0.3 mg/m³)|
|Temperature and Humidity||Temperature range: 0-50 ℃
Humidity range: 0-90% RH
|CE, FCC Certificate||Download|
|Export Data Function||Step 1: Connect to PC via USB.
Step 2: Click Menu button > "History" > "Data export" on the device.
Step 3: Check the flash drive named "TEMTOP".
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.
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 term and long term health impacts. Short term include irritation in the eyes, nose and throat, coughing, sneezing and shortness of breath. A prolonged exposure to PM2.5 can cause permanent respiratory problems such as asthma, chronic bronchitis and heart disease.
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.