Drew Dintaman: Welcome, everyone. My name is Drew Dintaman. I’m from Aeroqual. I’d like to welcome you to the very first episode of the Air Quality Matters video series, where we’re going to talk about all things air quality that matter to you. My first guest on this interview series is going to be […]
Air Quality Management
Today we’re going to show you how to configure your Aeroqual Ranger alerts and what happens if you reach an exceedance. Press and hold the left arrow key, and it will take you into the settings menu Scroll down to the alarms Press the right arrow key or the center button, and it will
One of the main benefits of the Aeroqual Ranger is that you can now view your data on Aeroqual Cloud. The first step in getting the device connected to Aeroqual Cloud is to configure the wifi. To do this: Enter the settings menu by holding the left arrow key Scroll to the wifi menu
Today we’re going to show you some of the features of our new Aeroqual Ranger. We can plug in a sensor head and it will start reading data right away. Start on a splash screen and press any button to continue. This will allow you to take readings. One of the improvements with the
Aeroqual Ranger from Specto Technology can now report AQIs for specific pollutants. Currently, we only have an AQI programmed for a PM2.5 channel. In the near future, we’ll be releasing different gases and particulates. To access the PM2.5 AQI: Go into Settings – Menu Scroll down to AQI If it’s not already on, turn
In July 2017, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) adopted Rule 1466 – Control of Particulate Emissions from Soils with Toxic Air Contaminants. The new rule was amended last December before going into effect in early 2018 for all applicable earth-moving operations that take place in parts of California regulated by the SCAQMD.