Dustroid is a Continuous Air Particulate Monitoring system to measure the concentration of dust particulates in the ambient air. The dust monitor range is capable of monitoring various sizes of particulates ranging from 1 micron to 100 microns such as Ultrafine Suspended Particulate Matter – PM1 (UFPM), Respiratory Particulate Matter – PM2.5 (RSPM), Suspended Particulate Matter – PM10 (SPM), and Total Suspended Particulates – PM100 (TSP). By using external modules one can also monitor meteorological parameters like wind speed, wind direction to identify PM dispersion and impact of dust levels in a vicinity.
Dustroid is an ideal choice for dust surveys in areas with dust-laden activities like construction, mining, quarrying, ports, metallurgical processes, and many more, etc. The Dustroid measures all major particulate matter like PM1, PM2.5, PM10, PM100, Temperature, and Humidity. The dust monitor is technologically equipped and works on the Active Sampling method to count particulate matters using a highly accurate laser beam. Additionally, it has a heated inlet for dehumidification of air-sample. Its Anti-static inlet avoids loss of particulate during sampling. It offers remote calibration capabilities along with auto device firmware updates.
Our intelligent optical particle counter can measure data with high accuracy and transmit the same through various data communication modules like GSM, WiFi, LORA, etc. The data is transmitted to the Oizom cloud in near real-time. Additionally, it has an inbuilt memory backup to ensure no data loss in case of network failure. The collected data can be visualized on the Oizom IoT Terminal in the form of real-time dashboards, automated reports, and smart alerts. The data can also be accessed through Rest APIs for setting triggers and alerts to automate dust mitigation systems like fogging cannons, misting systems, and ambient dust purification systems.
Patent Pending Technology
Works on innovative e-breathing technology for higher data accuracy
Capable of running independently on solar power
Wide range of connectivity options like GSM / WiFi / LoRa / NBIoT/ Ethernet
Automatically upgradeable from a central server without any onsite visit
Light-weight and compact system installed at 12-15 feet (3.5-4.5 m) height
Continuous monitoring and real-time data transfer at configurable intervals
IP65 grade enclosure for endurance against harsh weather conditions
The third-party nodal agency, reference station co-location & spot calibration
- Ultra Fine Particulate Matter (PM1) – UFPM
- Respiratory Suspended Particulate Matter (PM2.5) – RSPM
- Suspended Particulate Matter (PM10) – SPM
- Total Suspended Particulates (PM100) – TSP
- Ambient Light and UV Radiation
- Temperature and Humidity.
These are the external modules that are attachable to the Dustroid dust monitor range. Also, please note that the external modules do not come as a part of standard offerings. You can order it separately or include it while purchasing the Dustroid product range. Please speak with our expert team to choose the right accessories as per your application.
- Rain tipping bucket
- Flood sensor
- Ultrasonic Wind speed/direction sensor module
- Solar Charging Kit
Our sensing technology works on proven working principles such as Optical Particle Counting, Laser Scattering, Semiconductor, and 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.
Laser Scattering – The sensor emits a laser beam to diffract through the air sample collected in the equipment. So, the intensity of the beam scattered from the particles provides particle size distribution and concentration data.
Dust data monitored by Dustroid is accessible using the Air Quality Software. The platform has essential features such as
- Micro-analysis Dashboard
- Historical Data Analytics
- Dust Report
- Smart Alerts
- Historical Data-set Download
Dust Data is also accessible using secured HTTP/MQTT APIs. Using the APIS, the data can be published on Public Display, Smart TVs, Websites (using widget), and Mobile Apps.
Thus, by building conditional algorithms and logic on the real-time dust data, automated dust suppression is possible.