DKSH (Thailand) Limited
2106 Fantree 4 Building Sukhumvit Road,
Phrakhanong Tai, Phrakhanong 10260
The BT-610 has a large size display with very large characters, audio alarm, and internal printer that work together to verify particulate levels. If the particle count exceeds a pre-set limit, the audible alarm will beep, the screen display will flash, and the printer will print the alarm value. Two programmable count alarm limits may be set.
User Selectable Sizes
Each of the six channels may be individually set by the operator from 0.3 to 10 microns. Custom calibrations are not required.
Data Storage and Connectivity
The BT-610 stores over 8,000 sample events. Sample history events can be viewed or printed and downloaded to a computer using Comet software or simple ASCII terminal commands. Connectivity is built-in for both digital (RS-232, RS-485) and analog output (0-5 VDC). The BT-610 also includes USB interface, and a Memory Stick port.
The Printer has two modes of operation. Print Sample: prints sample data at the end of each sample including alarm, date, time and location. Recall Data: prints all sample data from first selected date and time to second selected date and time.
Portable Desk Top
The BT-610 provides 6 channels, built-in printer and battery operation in a compact stainless steel case. The built-in battery provides 24 hours of typical (intermittent) operation and 8 hours continuous operation. Connect the AC adapter/charger for longer operation and battery charging.
Temperature / Relative Humidity Option
A plug-and-play option can immediately add ambient temperature and relative humidity capabilities to displayed and logged data.
Met One Instruments Inc. is one of the leaders in research, development and manufacture of meteorological instruments, particulate monitors, data loggers and environmental software. One of the oldest instrument manufacturer's in the United States, MOI continues to provide the leading edge in instrumentation, data logging, environmental software and monitoring systems worldwide.
The company began business in 1976 as Met One, Inc. The first of several high quality "Met Set" meteorological monitoring systems and a line of clean room monitoring instruments were introduced. Growth was brisk and the company quickly outgrew the facilities. In 1989 Met One Instruments, Inc. was formed to focus on the growing environmental market and the entire meteorological product line was transferred at that time.
The company has grown through careful planning, dedication to customer service and the ability to design and manufacture quality products. Additional growth has come about with company acquisition and joint venture partnerships