Keep this manual handy for future reference. Page 3: Important Safety Information …… It may result in electric shock, fire or damage to the instrument. Part Names and Functions Getting Started

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Keep this manual handy for future reference. Page 3: Important Safety Information …… It may result in electric shock, fire or damage to the instrument. Part Names and Functions Getting Started Page 6 4. Consumables Replacement Main Specification Page 7: Part Names And Functions 1. Part Names and Functions 1.

The measurement data is displayed on the LCD and can be saved to internal memory. Page 8: Part Names 1. A filter is built-in in order to remove Unit: mm coarse particles. Page 9 1. Refer to 2. Page Getting Started 2. Getting Started 2. Set batteries in the instrument or connect the AC adaptor. Slightly push the latch of the battery compartment lid in the direction of an arrow. Page Setting Ac Adapter 2. When the AC adapter is connected, the power is supplied by the AC adapter.

It is OK to leave batteries in the battery compartment. Otherwise, the batteries may corrode, causing contact failure. Precautions for Transporting the Instrument Caution: For long periods of transporting the instrument, as mentioned above, do not leave the batteries in the battery compartment. Page Cleaning 2. Rubber Cap When measuring for all day, please perform cleaning before and after measuring. Page Calibration 2.

When measuring all day, please perform calibration before a measurement. Display Description and operation Procedure 3. Display Description and Operation Procedure 3. Then the boot screen will be displayed and start warming up for 10 seconds. On the screen the version information and remaining time for warming up will be displayed.

Page Screen While Measuring 3. You can select a measurement mode on the menu screen. Refer to 3. You can select a measurement time from 6sec, 10sec, 30sec, 1min, 2min, 3min, 5min, 10min or TWA. Page 17 3. Display Description and operation Procedure In Calculation Mode the measurement result can be displayed successively on the graph.

The vertical axis indicates CPM and the horizontal axis indicates measurement time. Up to data points can be displayed. Once the number of data points exceeds , the graph will be scrolled so that the latest data points will be displayed. Page Menu 3. Page A Standard Mode std. Mode 3. The selectable measurement time is 6 sec, 10 sec, 30 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 3 min, 5 min 10 min or TWA Time Weighted Average mode. Page 20 3. Page B Free Setting Mode 3. Page Calculation Mode 3.

Page 23 3. When the configured date and time comes, a measurement will start. Page Data Display 3. The number of data points that can be displayed in one screen is To switch the graph display to the count display after a measurement, press [MENU] key.

Page 25 3. Display Description and operation Procedure Time-line graph of the measurement data will be displayed. Up to data points can be displayed on one screen. The unit selected on the numerical display applies to the vertical axis. The range changes as the measurement value increases in three steps. Page Deleting Data 3. You can select to delete either only the selected data or all measurement data.

Page Calibration 3. Leave the instrument for at least 20 minutes.


Kanomax 3443 Operation Manual

When our laser hits the PM, light scattering occurs. The collects the amount of scattering light and calculates the mass concentration in proportion to the luminescence. The mass concentration is based on the density of PM, thus gravimetric sampling is required if the density is unknown. What is PM, and how does it get into the air? PM stands for particulate matter also called particle pollution : the term for a mixture of solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air. Some particles, such as dust, dirt, soot, or smoke, are large or dark enough to be seen with the naked eye.


Kanomax 3443 Digital Dust Monitor

There are two key differences between the units. The first is that the light scattering model requires a K-factor to accurately report the mass concentration of particulates, while the piezobalance model does not. The second key difference is that model is suitable for long-term monitoring while the piezobalance model needs to be cleaned every hour to function correctly. The piezobalance monitor is also capable of measuring oil mist for specialized applications. Could you explain what a K-factor is and why I need it to use the model ? In order to accurately report on the mass concentration of particulates that it has measured a light-scattering particle counter needs to know the density of the particulates at the measuring site. Without this the unit will still count particulates, but it cannot accurately gauge the concentration in the air.


DIGITAL DUST MONITOR MODEL 3443 Software and Program





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