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Low-cost sensors for indoor air quality : performance assessment in laboratory conditions

Abstract : The availability of low-cost sensors for real-time measurement of indoor air quality (IAQ) is increasing over the years for the general population. If their functionalities are very promising, there is still a need to evaluate their metrological performances. This can be achieved in the field by collocating the sensors with reference instruments. Laboratory experiments offer the opportunity to assess the steady-state response of sensors in a controlled environment.
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Olivier Ramalho, Ingrid Schneider, Caroline Marchand, Corinne Mandin. Low-cost sensors for indoor air quality : performance assessment in laboratory conditions. 16th Conference of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality & Climate (Indoor Air 2020), International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ), Nov 2020, Online, South Korea. ⟨ineris-03319972⟩

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