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v1.6

Minor Versionm

by Tanya Taylor

Introduction

Performing service work on your monitor, such as changing filters or measuring flow rates, can cause the gas or particle readings to fluctuate. It’s important you identify service-related work so that any fluctuations related to that work can be excluded from air quality reports.

  1. From the Aeroqual Connect of Aeroqual Cloud home screen, click Calibration and Service.
    • From the Aeroqual Connect of Aeroqual Cloud home screen, click Calibration and Service.

  2. Select Manual Entry from the side menu. Click Start beside Manual service mode.
    • Select Manual Entry from the side menu.

    • Click Start beside Manual service mode.

    • A Service mode pending message appears before the monitor service successfully enters service mode.

    • Any data created from your service work will now be labelled Service. (Normally data is labelled Sample.)

  3. After you've finished your maintenance work, return to the Manual Entry screen and click Stop.
    • After you've finished your maintenance work, return to the Manual Entry screen and click Stop.

    • A Service mode stop pending message appears, giving you the option to cancel this action if you want.

  4. A data analyst can now use the Inlet column to filter out service data when performing quality control, calculating hourly or daily averages or writing air quality reports.
    • A data analyst can now use the Inlet column to filter out service data when performing quality control, calculating hourly or daily averages or writing air quality reports.

Conclusion

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Tanya Taylor

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