Indoor air quality monitoring using the Grove Multichannel Gas Sensor v2 represents a cutting-edge solution for assessing and maintaining the quality of the air we breathe in indoor environments. This advanced sensor system is equipped to measure various crucial parameters, including Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Ammonia (NH3), and Carbon Dioxide (CO2), among others. By continuously monitoring these parameters, the sensor provides real-time data that reflects the level of pollution in the surrounding atmosphere. With a sleep current as low as 0.182mA and a sleep time of 1 hour, the sensor minimizes energy consumption during idle periods, ensuring extended battery life. When in active mode, the sensor draws 182mA for just 1 second, conserving energy while providing accurate measurements. With a generous battery storage capacity of 3400mAh, the Grove Multichannel Gas Sensor v2 boasts an impressive battery life of up to 4 years, making it a reliable and sustainable solution for maintaining optimal indoor air quality.
- Hardware:-Seed Grove multichannel Gas sensor v2,ULP LoRa,
- Software:-Arduino IDE v1.8.19
- Technology used:-:-LoRaWAN