e-Series analyzers can be 24V power supplied and able to withstand temperatures up to 45-50°C without air conditioning and connection to the power grid.
This new and unique feature opens the way to new approaches in the air pollution monitoring techniques, with the benefit of important energy savings. Outstandingly, a full reference pollution monitoring station including ENVEA’s e-Series analyzers require only 300W·h where stations equipped with other monitors on the market require over 1300W·h. And this, for 24/7 measurement of the 5 criteria pollutants: O3, NO2, SO2, CO and PM10 / PM2.5 fine particulates.
With the ENVEA’s new low voltage analyzers, public and private authorities can measure the air quality even in isolated places with limited or unexistant power grid, and power the monitors with green energy (solar panels, wind turbine, batteries, etc.). Moreover, the analyzers are designed to be highly resistant to extreme conditions and are proved to operate at 100% of their capacity with a surrounding ambient temperature without air conditioning.