Triplett Launches Environmental Particle Counter for IAQ Monitoring

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Triplett Test Equipment has launched the Model EPC600 Environmental Particle Counter, a compact and portal tool for  indoor air quality (IAQ) testing in semi-conductor, pharmaceutical, data center, optics, aerospace, cleanroom, operating rooms and other sensitive applications.

Founded in 1904, Triplett Test Equipment provides test and measurement tools and instruments to customers who benefit from over a century of innovation and problem-solving expertise across a range of industries. The company supplies professionals across several sectors, including electrical contracting, voice/data/video (VDV) telecommunications, CCTV/security video installation and maintenance, water damage restoration.

The quality of air in the environments that we work and breathe in every day plays a very important role in many different applications.  The EPC600 can simultaneously measure 6 channels of particle sizes down to 0.3 microns (µm) of methane, propane, butane, ammonia, carbon monoxide, and many other substances. It can also measure air temperature, humidity, dew point, and wet bulb.

The EPC600 features a 2.8-inch color thin-film-transistor (TFT) display. With its built-in camera (320 x 240), the  EPC600 captures both JPEG images and 3GP video and can store up to 5000 records with date/time, counts, temperature, humidity, sample volume, alarms, and location label. Records are stored in internal memory or on an optional microSD card (not included).

The solution also offers user-selectable sample time, count data, and programmable delay, min/max/avg/diff recording, with readout in 5 languages (English, French, German, Spanish and Chinese). It is equipped with a USB interface for connection to a PC. Included in the package is a 7.4V NiMH rechargeable battery, Universal AC adapter, zero filter, tripod, and USB cable. The EPC600 comes with a one-year warrantee.


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