Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
Methyl Mercaptan (CH3SH)
TVOC (Benzene, Toluene, Xylene)
Ambient Light and UV Radiation
Temperature and Humidity
Patent Pending Technology: Works on innovative e-breathing technology for higher data accuracy
Solar Powered: Capable of running independently on solar power
Retrofit Design: Plug and play design for ease of implementation
Compact: Light-weight and compact system installed at 12-15 feet (4-5 m) height
Ultimate Durability: Made of high-grade engineering-metal and composite polymers for long life
Real-Time Data: Continuous monitoring and real-time data transfer at configurable intervals
Network Agnostic: Supports a wide range of connectivity options like GSM / WiFi / LoRa / NBIoT/ Ethernet
Weatherproof: IP65 grade enclosure for endurance against harsh weather conditions
Tamper Proof: Comes with a security system to avoid tampering/malfunction/sabotage
Identity & Configuration: Each equipment carries its unique identity with geo-tagging through wireless configuration
Over-The-Air Update: Automatically upgradeable from a central server without any onsite visit
3-Level Calibration: Can be calibrated by a third party nodal agency, reference station co-location, and spot calibration
Our odour monitoring device works on proven working principles such as NDIR, PID, Electrochemical Analysis, Semiconductor, Optical Measurement. As a part of our proprietary ‘Micro Active Sampling’ (e-breathing technology), we also have a sophisticated suction-and-exhaust system for air sample collection and monitoring inside a controlled environment. This isolates the effect of the external environment on measurement to achieve 13% higher accuracy than the industry standards.
Electrochemical Analysis – The gaseous emission is treated electrochemically, where an external potential is applied. Each species such as CO2, H2S, CH4, etc. is identified depending on their oxidation or reduction potential.
NDIR – The gases emitted from the location undergo Non-dispersive Infrared Radiation where the sample air is subjected to infrared radiation. Different gaseous molecules absorb IR at different frequencies. Hence, the amount of IR absorbed gives the volumetric concentration of each gaseous constituent.
PID – The photoionization detection method is used to quantify TVOCs present in the sample. Highly energized UV photons bombard the molecules, which ionize and make them positively charged. These ionized molecules, in return, produce an electric current which gives a volumetric concentration of the molecules. So, the higher the current generated, the higher is the gaseous concentration in the sample.
GSM/GPRS: Second-generation digital cellular network for global coverage
Ethernet: Wired local area network deployment capability for secure data transfer
LoRa: Low Range, Low Power consumption transmission in sub-gigahertz radio frequency bands like 433 MHZ, 868 Mhz & 915 Mhz.
Sigfox: Wide-reach & ultra-narrowband transmission for extensive area coverage with up to 140 uplink messages a day, 12 octet payload, and 100 bytes/second data rate.
LTE: Standard wireless broadband communication for mobile devices and data terminals
NB-IoT: High connection density capability with single Narrow-Band of 200kHz and enhanced Machine-Type communication LTE.
WiFi: Wireless Local Area network deployment functionality based on the IEEE 802.11 standard.
MODBUS: RS283 and RS485 based industrial grade communication