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Acoem Dynoptic – accurate monitor alignment

Ensuring accurate monitor alignment across the stack is a critical part of the process when installing and commissioning an Acoem Dynoptic emission monitor. Our single pass monitoring systems consist of a transmitter head (TX) that emits a narrow optical beam of light, to achieve a strong measurable signal, this beam must align with the receiver

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The importance of clean purge air

Clean monitor optics are critical to achieve accurate and reliable opacity and particulate measurements. As part of a successful installation, Acoem Dynoptic emission monitors require a continuous supply of purge air while the process is running. This is to prevent process emissions from contaminating the monitor’s optical surface which can cause false high readings and

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Merry Christmas & Best Wishes for 2022

From everyone here at Acoem Dynoptic and Tunnel Sensors, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year. Thank you to all our customers, suppliers and colleagues for your efforts and business during 2021. We hope to carry this success forward into 2022 and beyond. We will be closing for

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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

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Acoem Dynoptic exhibiting at the Virtual 2021 Air Quality & Emissions event

We are pleased to announce that Acoem Dynoptic will be participating in this year’s virtual Air Quality and Emissions exhibition on the 13th and 14th of October. Mark Golding and Graham Jennings will be available to discuss Acoem Dynoptic’s range of industrial opacity, dust and particulate continuous emission monitors. If you have questions, an application

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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

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