A continuous ambient air quality monitoring system is a specialized system designed to measure and monitor the quality of outdoor air in real time. It is typically used to assess the levels of various pollutants present in the atmosphere, such as particulate matter (PM), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), ozone (O3), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) 7382708685.
The continuous monitoring system consists of multiple components working together to collect and analyze air quality data. Here are the key elements typically found in such a system:
Sensors and Probes: These devices are deployed at monitoring stations and are responsible for collecting air samples and measuring pollutant concentrations. Different types of sensors may be used for different pollutants, and they employ various technologies such as optical, electrochemical, or ionization methods. 7382708685