RS PRO RS-9880 Data Logging Air Quality Meter, Battery-powered
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RS PRO RS-9880 4 in 1 Particle Counter
Introducing the RS PRO RS-9880 4 in 1 Particle Counter that measures airborne particulates with state-of-the-art technology. This unique device combines a particle counter, a formaldehyde (HCHO) and CO2 gas detector, as well as the ability to measure air temperature, relative humidity, wet and dry dew point and most surface temperatures, making this a real all in one tool for air quality measurement and monitoring. This air quality meter unit from RS PRO offers real-time measurement with the ability to record in pictures or videos for further investigation at a later stage if required. This is a great all in one device that can be used across a wide range of applications for fast, easy and accurate readings to ensure air quality standards are monitored and maintained.
Features and Benefits:
Generally, air quality monitors locate and monitor a variety of gases, dust, fumes and particles that could be dangerous and harmful to the breathable air quality for humans. Some have built in gas detectors that locate and identify combustible and explosive gas leaks from petrol or gasoline, methane, butane, sewer gas, and other flammable gases that could cause serious harm to the surrounding environment and the people within that environment. Air quality meters work in a similar way to measure and monitor the air quality to ensure that it is safe enough and acceptable enough to work or live in. Often, air quality meters can be used in environments like :
What is a particle counter?
A particle counter is used to measure particles that have been scattered in the air, like dust, smoke and more. Particles like this can come from vehicle exhausts, power plant emissions, garbage and furnace incineration, and much more. Any particles like this can negatively affect the human body, both in the short term and long term, which means a particle counter can be used to measure and monitor such particles, even if they are smaller than 2.5μm.
How long does a particle counter last?
A particle counter is exposed to particulate matter every time it gets used. It is recommended, therefore, to use the particle counter 5 or fewer times a day to ensure that the service life of the unit is increased for as long as possible. An average of 5 years' use can be expected from this unit if it is kept clean and exposure to particulate matter is kept in line with the above suggestion.
If used in a foggy area, the unit may read mist as dust/particulates
Why choose RS PRO?
RS PRO is our own brand of high-quality products whilst bringing you great value for money. Our wide range of products have been engineered to meet high industry standards, so you are ensured reliable and robust solutions.
|Maximum Temperature||+122 °F, +50 °C|
|Best Temperature Measurement Accuracy||±0.5 °C, ±1 °F|
|Maximum Humidity Measurement||100%RH|
|Best Humidity Measurement Accuracy||±2.5 %RH|
|Best Carbon Monoxide Accuracy||±5%|
|Battery Life||approx. 4 hours continuous use|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||+50°C|
|Minimum Operating Temperature||0°C|
|Dimensions||75 x 57 x 240mm|
|Maximum Carbon Monoxide Level||1000ppm|
|Minimum Carbon Monoxide Level||0ppm|
|Model Number p||RS-9880|