New Touch Screen Indoor Air Quality Monitor Developed
Apr 27 2011 Read 3239 Times
PPM Technology (UK) are pleased to announce their latest IAQ monitoring instrument - the Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor is built with an integrated 3.5” ‘touch screen’ panel, the user is able to navigate through the various sensors options simply by touching the panel. Each unit can contain sensors for a maximum of 8 customer specified IAQ parameters. Readings are displayed continuously and in real time and are also stored on the instruments internal memory.
The ‘touch screen’ software allows simple control and navigation; the user can view the data graphically, create monitoring schedules, produce reports and statistical data, the user can also enable alarm functions and notifications for more effective and economical building management.
The Touch Screen IAQ Profile Monitor can be used as a stand-alone IAQ monitor or as part of a wider wireless network of IAQ monitoring instruments. It can be networked with the Wireless IAQ Profile Monitor, which can monitor up to 8 IAQ parameters at each unit. A large number of wireless units can be networked together to provide detailed monitoring of an entire building. A compact model is also available the Mini IAQ Profile Monitor can contain up to 5 sensors.
Results are sent to a controller PC/laptop in real-time; the PPMonitor software can pre-set a number of different exposure levels, which when exceeded will trigger relays; these could be visible or audible alarms or for control of 3rd party systems such as ventilation systems. The software enables the data to be viewed graphically, produce reports and statistical data. Link
Please visit www.ppm-technology.com for more information.
PPM Technology Ltd,
Unit 34-35 Cibyn Industrial Estate,
+44 (0) 1286 676999
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