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v0.10

Minor Versionm

by StJohn Vuetilovoni

Introduction

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Parts

  1. Enter service mode so any fluctuations in the data caused from this activity can be excluded from air quality reports.
    • Enter service mode so any fluctuations in the data caused from this activity can be excluded from air quality reports.

  2. The gas sample inlet has a disposable 5 µm PTFE filter, which protects the gas sample tubing and sensor modules from excessive contamination. A clogged filter restricts flow through the gas sampling system. To ensure accurate readings, you need to replace the filter when it gets dirty.
    • The gas sample inlet has a disposable 5 µm PTFE filter, which protects the gas sample tubing and sensor modules from excessive contamination.

    • A clogged filter restricts flow through the gas sampling system. To ensure accurate readings, you need to replace the filter when it gets dirty.

    • The second image shows a dirty filter (right) and a new filter (left).

  3. Keep your monitor on. You don’t need to turn it off for this procedure. Locate the gas inlet filter inside the enclosure at the top left.
    • Keep your monitor on. You don’t need to turn it off for this procedure.

    • Locate the gas inlet filter inside the enclosure at the top left.

    • Unscrew the filter from the sample tubing and screw in the new one.

    • Throw away the dirty disposable filter.

    • Check the inlet flow rate after changing the filter to ensure there are no leaks.

    • For extra help, watch our video.

Conclusion

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Tanya Taylor

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