DustCount 8866 & FSE
For PM 2.5 and FireSmoke applications, the DustCount 8866 combines the advantages of real-time dust monitoring with the ability to do the standard method all in a compact, lightweight package.
Enables a PC user to graph any 2 of the following 7 columns in the collected log data: Mass Concentration, Moving Window Average Mass Concentration, Count Concentration, Internal Temperature, Ambient Pressure and Battery State of Charge.
Moving Window Average
The mass concentration Moving-Window Average (MWA) is the average of a pre-set number of previous log mass concentration readings. The logging period set by the user plus the number of logs that are averaged determines the size of the Moving-Window in minutes.
Nanozen's DustCount combines the advantages of real-time dust monitoring with the ability to do the standard method, all in the industry's smallest and lightest optical particle counter. The DustCount also provides particle distribution on every sample.