Grove Air Quality Sensor v1.3
This tiny Grove sensor detects a wide range of gases to determine the quality of the ambient air. It is Arduino compatible, and can also be connected to a Raspberry Pi if you have the right accessories!
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Grove air quality sensor: your very own pollution alert
The Grove Air Quality Sensor v1.3 can detect a wide range of toxic gases, including carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, acetone, etc.
While it does not display detailed measurements for each gas, this Grove sensor does supply quality data, including air quality and pollution levels. It can therefore be included in a DIY atmospheric air monitoring system.
Technical specifications of the Arduino-compatible air quality sensor
- Winsen MP503 sensor
- Dimensions: 40 x 20 x 15 mm
- Weight: 11 g
- Compatible with Arduino (via Seeeduino) and Raspberry Pi (with Base Hat for RasPi)
- Grove cable included
- Battery not included
Resources for the Winsen MP503 sensor
Below you’ll find the information you need to install, connect, and program your Grove Air Quality Sensor v1.3.