PM2.5 Air Quality/Dust Sensor & Arduino Interfacing tutorial with PMS5003

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  • Published on:  10/17/2019
  • In this tutorial, we learn how to interface PMS5003 PM2.5 Air Quality Sensor with Arduino. We will make a simple Arduino Code and measure the dust particle concentration in the air with size and quantity for PM1.0, PM2.5 and PM10. PMS5003 is a kind of digital and universal particle concentration sensor, which can be used to obtain the number of suspended particles in the air, i.e. the concentration of particles, and output them in the form of digital interface.

    PM2.5 and PM10 refer to particulate matter with particle diameter up to 2.5 microns and 10 microns respectively and are among the most dangerous air pollutants. Due to their small size, PM2.5 particles can travel deep into the human lung and cause a variety of health issues; for instance, by triggering asthma attacks or contributing to cardiovascular disease.

    So for measuring the Particulate Matter size of PM1.0, PM2.5 & PM10 we are using Plantpower PMS5003 Dust Sensor. You can also use other Plantpower PMS x003 Sensor like PMS1003, PMS3003, PMS5003, PMS6003 & PMS7003.The code given below supports all these models with Arduino.


    Source Code/Program: https://how2electronics.com/interfacing-pms5003-pm2-5-air-quality-sensor-with-arduino/



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