Update: 2019-08-28 17:39 Source: LUFTMY
The principle of air purification can be divided into three simple steps: discovery and purification and release. Air purifiers detect indoor pollutants, filter them, and then expel clean air. Only when these three steps are well coordinated can air purifiers play a greater role.
How can air purifiers quickly perceive changes in indoor air quality, feed back to our users, and accordingly change the corresponding gear position? The pollutants found in the air purifier are detected by a laser PM2.5 dust sensor installed inside the product. Luftmy focuses on the research, production and sales of optical particulate sensor technology. The minimum PM2.5 sensor module LD16 has been developed for the laser dust PM2.5 sensor of air purifier and other equipment.
The luftmy LD16 laser dust sensor is a universal, miniaturized module. The MIE scattering principle of laser is used to detect the dust particles in the air, which has good consistency and stability. With serial output and PWM output, easy to use. Small size, easy integration, is the air purifier products more popular pm2.5 sensor.
In addition, although infrared PM2.5 sensor is not as good as laser dust PM2.5 sensor in terms of measuring accuracy and other performance, it is still relatively cheap in terms of price. Based on this, luftmy also developed and produced infrared PM2.5 sensor module GDS06 and so on.