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Main Title Evaluation of Field-Deployed Low Cost PM Sensors.
Author Williams, R. ; Kaufman, A. ; Hanley, T. ; Rice, J. ; Garvey, S.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC.; Oak Ridge Inst. for Science and Education, TN.
Year Published 2014
Report Number EPA/600/R-14/464
Stock Number PB2015-102104
Additional Subjects PM Sensors ; Air quality standards ; Environmental monitoring ; Pollutants ; Particulate Matter (PM) ; Federal Reference Method (FRM) ; Federal Equivalent Method (FEM) ; Air Climate & Energy (ACE)
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NTIS  PB2015-102104 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 10/02/2015
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Abstract
As part of its Air Climate & Energy (ACE) research program on emerging technologies (ACE EM-3), the US EPA developed a research effort with the goals of: conducting a worldwide market survey of low cost PM sensors (<$2500), acquiring such sensors, and then conducting collocated field evaluations of these sensors in direct comparison with FEM instrumentation. A total of eight such devices were obtained and sited in the established PM sensor test platform on the US EPAs RTP, NC campus (AIRS). The collocated PM2.5 FEM instrumentation with 5-minute time resolution provided the means to investigate both short duration and daily (24-hr) comparisons between the test devices and the FEM response. Potential data confounders such as temperature and relative humidity were obtained to aid in the investigation. The relationship between FEM response and the various sensors was established in a regression. Ancillary findings related to ease of use, portability, data collection efficiency, among others, were established based upon our experiences over approximately one month of continuous operation.