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Monitor dust levels in the workplace with this unit

By Chemical Engineering |

Fidas Frog (photo) is a new fine dust aerosol spectrometer that measures the fine-dust load in indoor areas, such as office workplaces, workshops or laboratories. It shows the PM fractions and optionally the particle-size distributions and more. Fidas Frog communicates via WiFi with its wireless operating panel (tablet). Its user interface can be used to evaluate all measuring ranges and compare them with one another. An integrated camera records the measurement set-up, allowing images to be assignedPalas to the data record and the measurement report. The sensor of Fidas Frog is based on the sensor of TÜV-Rheinland-tested Fidas 200, and uses the measurement algorithm from this well-known, EN-certified fine dust monitoring system. This ensures precise measurements for the particle size ranges PM1, PM2.5, PM4 and PM10. — Palas GmbH, Karlsruhe, Germany

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