Dataset associated with "Design and Testing of a Low-Cost Sensor and Sampling Platform for Indoor Air Quality"
Raw CO concentrations logged by a TSI Incorporated QTrak 7575-X Indoor Air Quality Monitor with model 982 probe (433.4Kb)
Raw CO concentrations logged by a TSI Incorporated QTrak 7575-X Indoor Air Quality Monitor with model 982 probe (522.0Kb)
Raw PM2.5 concentrations logged by a ThermoFisher Scientific 1405 Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance (833.5Kb)
Processed time-series CO2, CO, NO2, O3, and PM2.5 concentration data obtained from reference monitors and Home Health Boxes (45.76Mb)
Raw NO and NOx concentrations measured using a Thermo Environmental Instruments Model 42C Trace Level Chemiluminescence NO-NO2-NOx Analyzer (155.9Kb)
Raw O3 concentrations measured using a Thermo Environmental Instruments Model 49C UV Photometric O3 Analyzer (158.9Kb)
Americans spend most of their time indoors at home, but comprehensive characterization of in-home air pollution is limited by the cost and size of reference-quality monitors. We assembled small "Home Health Boxes" (HHBs) to measure indoor PM2.5, PM10, CO2, CO, NO2, and O3 concentrations using filter samplers and low-cost sensors. Nine HHBs were collocated with reference monitors in the kitchen of an occupied home in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA for 168 h while wildfire smoke impacted local air quality. When HHB data were interpreted using gas sensor manufacturers' calibrations, HHBs and reference ...
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