HPM Series Particulate Matter Sensors Making every particle count HPM Series Particulate Matter Sensors The HPM Series is designed to help improve the air in every breath you take. Engineered for excellent accuracy and long life, the HPM Series detects airborne particulates to within ±15% accuracy (PM2.5) and delivers a 10 year service life. Both ensure the HPM Series maximizes system performance, extends system life and reduces overall system costs so you can rest easy with the air you’re breathing. Features DID YOU KNOW that airborne particulates less than 10 µm in diameter are smaller than the diameter of a human hair? Without detection and remediation, particulates will remain suspended in the air and can have a negative impact on human health. Particles 10 µm in diameter include dust, pollen grains, and mold spores, all of which can enter and get lodged into the lungs. Particles less than 2.5 µm in diameter include smoke, smog, bacteria, fine dust and liquid droplets. These particles can get lodged deeper into the lungs, causing longer term illness.* *Environmental Protection Agency: https://www.epa.gov/pm-pollution/particulate-matter-pm-basics PM10 AND PM2.5 COMPARISON WITH A HUMAN HAIR PM10 Dust, pollen, mold (10 µm dia.) Human hair (50 µm to 70 µm dia.) • Laser-based sensor design delivers industryleading accuracy of ±15% (PM2.5) • PM2.5, PM10 output (standard); PM1.0, PM2.5, PM4.0, PM10 output (compact) • 10 years expected service life when used 24 hours per day • Response time of <6 s is up to five times faster than many competitive sensors • Compact design allows for seamless integration into a variety of applications Potential Applications PM2.5 Smoke, smog, bacteria (2.5 µm dia.) HPM SERIES OPERATION (TOP DOWN VIEW) Particle • HVAC (commercial and residential) • Indoor air quality monitors • Handheld air quality monitors • Air purifiers (commercial and residential) • Automotive cabin air purifiers 1 Air inlet Engineered for excellent accuracy, the HPM Series employs Compact Version (44 mm L x 36 mm H x 12 mm H) a laser-based sensing approach that detects airborne particulates with incredible accuracy. 2 Photodiode Lens Laser source Light trap Laser drive circuit The HPM Series operates in four key steps: 1 The fan at the air outlet draws the air in through the air inlet. 2 The air sample passes through the laser beam where the light reflected off the particles is captured and analyzed. 3 The photoelectric converter processes the signal into particle Photoelectric converter Signal to MCU 3 Fan Standard Version (43 mm L x 36 mm H x 23,7 mm H) size and density. 4 The signal is transmitted to the micro control unit (MCU) where 4 a proprietary algorithm processes the data and supplies outputs for the density of the particulate (µg/m3). Connector Air outlet ORDER GUIDE Catalog Listing Description HPMA115S0-XXX HPM Series PM2.5 Particulate Matter Sensor, standard size, UART output HPMA115C0-003 HPM Series PM2.5 Particulate Matter Sensor, compact size, UART output, air inlet and air outlet on same side HPMA115C0-004 HPM Series PM2.5 Particulate Matter Sensor, compact size, UART output, air inlet and air outlet on opposite sides WARNING WARNING PERSONAL INJURY DO NOT USE these products as safety or emergency stop devices or in any other application where failure of the product could result in personal injury. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury. MISUSE OF DOCUMENTATION • The information presented in this document is for reference only. Do not use this document as a product installation guide. • Complete installation, operation, and maintenance information is provided in the instructions supplied with each product. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in death or serious injury. Honeywell Sensing and Internet of Things 9680 Old Bailes Road Fort Mill, SC 29707 www.honeywell.com 007608-5-EN | 5 | 05/19 © 2019 Honeywell International Inc.
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