Uav gas detection equipment is more accurate and lighter

Recently, a drone company launched an atmospheric environment monitoring product, call Gas Detector G2. Standard monitoring parameters include SO2, NO2, O3, CO, PM2.5, and PM10, etc., which are transmitted back to the ground in real-time to display the detection data of the environment where the UAV is flying and generate the corresponding trend curve. The main products are high precision, lightweight, online detection, real-time recording.


But I have a question, which is that this gas detection mainly contains several parts.

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  • It's only -20℃. Is that a joke? In many northern cities, it's -30° in winter.

  • The product is less than 500g. Here are some parameters:

    Size:145.25 * 65.9 * 89.3 mm
    The weight:487.5 g
    kinds of gases:83
    Each module weighs:97g
    The camera has 4 megapixels
    Lens focal length:f=1.13mm
    Operating temperature: -20℃~60℃
    Storage temperature:-30℃~70℃

  • What is the weight of this equipment? Is it going to be very fast in terms of power consumption?

  • Most gases have characteristic absorption peaks in the mid-infrared region, which can be determined by detecting the position of characteristic absorption peaks

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