FilterSense PM100 & PM100 PRO
- Single and multi-channel configurations
- DynaCHARGE™ technology
- Low maintenance and easy to use
- Available in two different models
- Offers full range of fieldbus communications and a wide range of modular relay and analog I/O.
Featuring FilterSense’s renowned, virtually maintenance free particulate flow sensing technology (DynaCHARGE™) and MICS™ platform (Module Instrumentation and Control System), the PM 100 combines unmatched performance with state-of-the-art instrument modularity and functionality.
With single and multi-channel configurations, this solution is ideal for sensing performance requirements ranging from detection to monitoring and concentration measurement.
The PM 100 Series offers several levels of particulate monitoring performance based on charge induction and protected-probe technologies. As particles flow near and around the probe, a minute current is induced, which a DSP then processes into an absolute output relative to particulate flow. The probe also features a protective layer that works in combination with induction-sensing to ensure reliable operation with conductive particulate, moist powders, corrosive gases and particulate buildup.
The series includes the PM 100, which provides essential features and functions at a low price, and the industry leading PM 100 PRO that allows for measurement sensitivity as low as 0.1 mg/cu m. With its advanced digital signal processor and full-color display, the PM100 PRO also provides a wide range of value-added features making process control and compliance seamless.
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