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How to Measure Flow Rate on the Aeroqual AQS1 or Aeroqual Dust Sentry Monitors Today I am going to show you how to measure the flow rate on the Aeroqual AQS1 or Dust Sentry Units. So we are going to use the Rotameter that comes with the service kit. Measuring and Adjusting Flow Rate on the Dust Monitor: Simply remove the TSP head and attach a rotameter using the quick connect. You will hear it click in place. We can measure the flow rate on this rotameter Now I am...

Installing Aeroqual Mounting Brackets This Aeroqual mounting bracket is quite flexible. It can be used on poles, on tripods, and it could be drilled into the wall. So, this bracket that we have here, I put a hose clamp that's attached by the two center holes here, and you can also use U-bolts. On this tripod here, you can see it's secured by two U-bolts at the back of the tripod there. And if you see the two holes right at the very front, you can drill straight into a...

Downloading Data from Your Series 500 Handheld Monitor The assumption here is that you already have gone to the Aeroqual website and downloaded the software. You should have your S-500 monitor with some log data, your data cable. Software Steps for Downloading the Aeroqual S500 Data to your Desktop Get hold of our S-500 monitor. We are going to plug in the data cable, and then we’re going to plug the data cable into a USB port on the side of our PC. Once you’ve done that, then you can...

How to Attach a Gas Cylinder to the AQS1 Air Quality Monitoring System We are going to be doing this so we can calibrate the VOC module. First up, you need a calibration kit from Specto Technology. Secondly, we want to attach our tubing to the AQS1 unit, so simply take the filter off the tubing. Two ends, this is a Swagelok tee piece, and this is our end for the cylinder. Attach the Swagelok tee piece to the AQS1 unit. Then, we want to take out our gas cylinder....

Checking a Leak on Your Dust Monitor - AQS & Dust Sentry Units Today we are going to show you how to do a leak check on your dust monitor. This can be inside the AQS one or dust entry units. What you will need for this Dust Monitor Leak Check is: A vacuum gauge, which comes with your service kit. We are going to remove the TSP head, and we simply click our vacuum gauge in place, like so. Performing a Leak Check The first thing we need to...

Calibrating the BSWA Sound Level Microphone with the Outdoor Microphone Assembly The outdoor sound level microphone assembly will be connected to an extension cable. So to calibrate, simply unscrew the outdoor mic Take your calibrator Perform your calibration Reassemble the outdoor protection Continue monitoring ...

Aeroqual AQS & Dust Sentry Units - Manual Zero Check on Dust Monitors Today, I'm going to show you how to do a manual Zero check on your dust monitor either in the Aeroqual AQS or Dust Sentry units: The first thing we need to do is remove the TSP Cyclone. We're now going to use a Zero Filter to provide Zero Air to the dust monitor. The Zero Filter comes in your service pack, and it's attached to a quick-connect fitting. Make sure the arrow is pointing down on...

Changing Filters for Aeroqual's Dust Sentry & AQS1 Dust Monitor Today I'm going to show you how to change your dust monitor filters on your dust monitor, either inside the AQS1 or Dust Century by Aeroqual. Let's have a look inside. To change the filters, you simply need a screwdriver or a coin. There's two dust filters to change on the nephelometer: There's the sample line at the top And the purge line at the bottom. Sample Line So I'm going to show you the sample line. Just unscrew it...

Taking a Look at the GEO Laser Auto Level Tribarch + How to Install it The first thing that we’re going to do is take our total station and then just going to pop off the manual driver. Set that aside. Put our total station back down. Then we’ll take our GEO-Laser. this is going to install the same way as a standard tribrach, uses the exact same thread at the bottom. So all we’re going to do is place it on our tripod, and this process would be exactly...

Measuring outdoor indoor air quality is challenging. There are a wide variety of pollutants and often they are present at low concentrations. To measure them all, you'll need multiple monitors and accurate monitors can be bulky and expensive. Aeroqual Offers a Flexible Alternative Monitor Aeroqual offers a truly portable monitor able to accurately measure a wide range of indoor and outdoor air pollutants. An Aeroqual portable monitor consists of a monitor base and a detachable sensor head. Each sensor head contains one gas or particle sensor. There are 28 different...