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Configuring the Outputs

The Acoem Dynoptic range of continuous emission monitors are equipped, as standard with 4-20mA analogue outputs, 0-3A digital relays and RS485 Modbus RTU plus a USB port for direct connectivity. If analogue outputs and digital relays are the preferred communication method, it is important to understand how to configure them correctly via our free of…

Josh Edwards joins Acoem Dynoptic

Acoem Dynoptic and Tunnel Sensors are delighted to introduce Josh Edwards who joins the business as our Lead Technical Support and Service Engineer. With a degree in Astrophysics and international customer support experience, Josh will take overall responsibility for technical support, training, and service activities across Dynoptic’s range of opacity, dust, and particulate monitors and its range of road…

Mark Golding Joins Acoem Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors

We’re very pleased to introduce Mark Golding who has joined Acoem Dynoptic and Tunnel Sensors as our Regional Sales Manager. https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-golding-6181b9216/ Mark has an extensive background in test and measurement technical sales. Mark will be working within Dynoptic’s sales team supported by Graham Jennings and Charles Mawle, he will have responsibility for supporting our customers…

Calibrating – Double Pass Emission Monitors

Acoem Dynoptic’s double pass dust and particulate monitors are designed to operate using open path, optical technology. To conclude the installation process, the operator must perform an in-situ calibration and commissioning of the monitor. This is true for every installation, as we are unable to manufacture and supply monitors pre-calibrated due to the physical variations…
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