This stations Air quality measurements.
 Using Tasmanian Department of Health air quality health categories.

Period Concentration Index Classification     
Real-Time 0 ug/m3 0 Good
   
Currently 0.1 ug/m3 1 Good
   
Last 30 min 0.29 ug/m3 1 Good
   
Last hour 1.21 ug/m3 2 Good
   
Last 6 hours 3.35 ug/m3 4 Good
   
Last 24 hours 3.63 ug/m3 4 Good
   
Last 7 days 3.32 ug/m3 4 Good
   
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     Updated: 30/10/2020 00:16   Sensor: Purpleair #38959
Classification Index pm2.5 Tasmanian EPA bases Health Effects on a rolling-hour average PM2.5 value.
 Good  0-10 < 10 μg/m3 Beautiful. In many parts of Tasmania background PM2.5 is less than 5 and hard to beat. Enjoy the outdoors.
 Fair  10-25 < 25 μg/m3 Generally good, it might appear a little hazy. This could indicate that air quality is beginning to get worse. Keep an eye on conditions. If the smoke has been much worse and is now improving, this is a good time to open and air your house.
 Poor  25-100 < 100 μg/m3 Generally you are able to see or smell smoke in the air when PM2.5 is over 25. The smoky air could worsen the health of people at higher risk from smoke. People at higher risk from smoke should consider taking action. For more information about what you can do, see the Bushfire smoke and your health fact sheet.
 Very Poor  100 > 100 μg/m3 It will likely be very smoky and unpleasant for everyone. This represents severe air pollution. People at higher risk from smoke should take action to manage any health conditions and reduce the amount of smoke they breathe. For more information about what you can do, see the Bushfire smoke and your health fact sheet.
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