PM10 air quality meter MP101M + CPM

PM10 air quality meter
PM10 air quality meter
PM10 air quality meter
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Measured parameter
PM10, PM2.5


AUTOMATIC & REAL-TIME SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MONITOR Hybrid monitor utilizing ISO 10473 SRM Method & optical technology for Automatic & Real-Time measurement of PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 fine dust. The standard Beta gauge measurement Method ISO 10473 of the MP101M analyzer allows, when used with the patented optical technology of the light scattering technology* CPM module, the continuous and simultaneous measurement of fine dust. FEATURES & BENEFITS The beta attenuation instrument is compliant with EN 12341 for PM10 and EN 14907 for PM2.5 European Standards and is approved as Federal Equivalent Method (FEM) by US EPA for PM10 and PM2.5 continuous suspended particulate monitoring: • Precise beta attenuation monitoring of PM10, PM2.5, PM1 or TSP mass concentration (μg/m3) • Real time particles counting trend & classification by range size Combination of both technologies provide a real-time indication of particles for PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 simultaneously. It offers high accuracy, with measumenet un-influenced by the physicochemical nature, color or shape of particles. The Optical CPM module allow for evaluation in real time of several particulate size fractions. • Smart, connected instrument with embedded web server for the easiest, full remote control and operation of the analyzer from any PC, tablet or smartphone (configuration, calibration, test, diagnostic parameters…) • Cost-saving analyzer with ultra low power consumption, 24 V supply (option) and able to withstand temperatures up to 45-50 °C without air conditioning


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