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Particulate matter detector

Nanoenvi EQPM

PM particulate detectors based on IoT sensors specifically designed for real-time measurement of airborne dust.

The measurement of particulate matter or airborne dust in its different fractions PM10, PM2.5, PM1 and PST is a fundamental method for the assessment and control of ambient air quality and compliance with legislation by various industries and sectors.

Real-time monitoring of the amount of airborne particles in the air provides a measure of the efficiency of dust emission control processes in the ambient air.

The Nanoenvi EQPM airborne dust detector, with its IoT sensor-based configuration, is specifically designed to perform this task in every conceivable scenario.

Measurement of airborne dust

Ports and airports

Ports and airports

Activities such as bulk material handling and container movements in ports, vehicle traffic or aircraft take-offs and landings at airports generate large amounts of airborne dust.

Construction works

Construction works

Heavy machinery, demolition and dismantling of structures, digging of trenches and pits or handling and storage of materials are some of the construction activities that produce high levels of suspended particulate matter.



Manufacturing industries, especially cement, mining and metallurgical industries are significant sources of dust and particulate matter in most of their production processes.

Waste treatment

Waste treatment

The unloading, shredding and compacting of waste and its subsequent incineration in composting and waste treatment plants are processes that emit large quantities of particulate matter into the atmosphere.

Particulate matter measuring system

The dust monitoring device comes with a multi-device visualisation platform that provides real-time data on particulate matter and other parameters such as temperature, humidity, pressure, noise and even noxious gas concentrations, and can set customised alarms to take corrective action if any of the parameters exceed set thresholds.

Nanoenvi EQPM Platform

These air particulate detectors can be integrated into IoT networks using the most common M2M standard protocols: 3G, 4G, Ethernet, Wifi and LoRaWan.

Multiple power supply options

The Nanoenvi EQPM real time dust monitoring equipment have multiple power options specially designed to suit each project:

  • Solar panel + Battery
  • Grid connection
  • Grid connection + Battery
  • Power Over Ethernet (POE)



100-240VAC @ 50-60Hz (PGD / PGC) | PoE ++ (IEEE 802.3bt) | Solar panel (included)

Max. Consumption

30W (PGC / SP) | 60W (PGD) | 55W (PoE)

Average Consumption

2 W


96Wh LiFePO4 (PGD / SP)



Environmental operating conditions

- 20 ~ 55ºC / 0 ~ 99%RH (without condensation)

Case material

ABS, polyurethane, aluminium and stainless steel

IP Protection


Max. Weight

2Kg (PGC / PoE) | 3,5Kg (PGD / SP)

Solar panel weight with bracket

3,2Kg (SP)


500x260x200 mm

Solar panel dimensions

560x350x25 mm


2G/3G | 3G/4G/LTE | Ethernet | WiFi

Particulate matter

PM1, PM2,5y PM10

Period of acquisition

30 seconds

Dispatch period

From 1 minute until 10 minutes

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