UAV Drone NO2 Nitrogen Dioxide Monitoring

The wireless Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) sensor can detect 0-20ppm and can be use to detect trace amounts of NO2 outdoors. The UAV nitrogen dioxide monitoring system allows you to cover a wide outdoor area in a variety of terrains. The NO2 monitor can be shipped with Temperature and Relative Humidity sensors and also combined with several other sensors such as CO2, CO, Particulate, VOC, Ozone, even radiation to provide you with accurate information about your environments.

Aretas offers a Nitrogen Dioxide monitoring system that delivers more:

  • Monitor multiple locations remotely, 24/7, worldwide.
  • Access live data, track trends, archive historical data for comparisons (data logger).
  • Receive customized notifications alerting you to adverse fluctuations in real-time.
  • Ability to add other Aretas sensors as needed.
  • Sensitive and accurate.
  • Simple, sturdy case designed to last.

Contact a live Aretas representative today to discuss your unique needs.

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Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) is a highly reactive oxidant and corrosive. The primary sources are combustion processes, such as unvented combustion appliances, e.g. Diesel engines, gas stoves, vented appliances with defective installations, welding, and tobacco smoke. NO2 also plays a major role in atmospheric reactions that produce ground-level ozone, a major component of smog.

In people with asthma, exposure to low levels of NO2 may cause increased bronchial reactivity and make young children more susceptible to respiratory infections. Long-term exposure to high levels of NO2 can lead to chronic bronchitis. Studies show a connection between breathing elevated short-term NO2 concentrations, and increased visits to emergency departments and hospital admissions for respiratory issues, especially asthma http://www.epa.gov/asthma/no2.html

At no additional charge most of our monitoring solutions include temperature and humidity monitoring to determine if energy savings opportunities exist allowing you to offset the cost of your other monitoring needs.

  • Wireless frequency 802.15.4 ( does not interfere with standard IEEE 802.11 frequency).
  • 900MHz / 868MHZ (xbee, zigbee)