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ECOTECH MicroVol 1100 spec sheet

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ECOTECH MicroVol 1100 spec sheet

ECOTECH MicroVol 1100 spec

MicroVol 1100 LOW VOLUME AIR SAMPLER APPROVALS • PM 10 AS/NZS 3580.9.9 2006 • PM 2.5 AS/NZS 3580.9.10 2006 • Manufactured under ISO 9001. INDOOR SAMPLING • Low power consumption • Quiet operation - ideal for indoor air quality studies • Volumetric flow control automatically corrected to standard reference temperature • Ultra-efficient, long life DC pump delivers flow rates of 1.0 to 4.5 L/min. OUTDOOR SAMPLING • Wind direction and speed used to activate/de-activate sampler • Fence line monitoring available with a network of samplers • Built for all conditions - lightweight, rugged weatherproof construction • Can operate via battery or solar powered sources (optional). ENHANCED COMMUNICATION The MicroVol 1100 low volume air sampler provides a flexible sampling platform for PM 10 , PM 2.5 or TSP particulates and basic meteorological parameters. The MicroVol 1100 is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. The unit is microprocessor controlled and uses a mass flow sensor in conjunction with ambient temperature and pressure sensors to automatically maintain a constant volumetric flow rate. • RS232 output for data collection and remote communication • Filter block and instrument error alarms available • Total control of instrument remotely from PC • Simple programming of sampling periods, including daily and weekly programs, with in built “1-in-X day” sampling capability. DIRECTIONAL SAMPLING • Wind direction and speed used to activate/de-activate sampler • External trigger (0 - 5 VDC) can be used for activating sampling program.

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