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The OPCount works according to the principle of light extinction. With the help of a light source and a receiver the shadow of a particle is detected.
Internal storage, synchronisation via PC Software
No, the device is calibrated with oil and cannot be used in the food processing industry.
The basic device doesn’t meet the ATEX conditions. An ATEX Version is in development.
Clean device with clean oil or solvent (e.g. Isopropanol) in opposite direction.
This measurement deviation cannot be specified. The device must be operated within the specified range.
The validity after the initial calibration is 18 months. After this period or during the subsequent calibration, the validity is limited to 12 months.
The device has a serial USB converter.
A particle counter counts all particles in the oil flowing through it. A particle monitor detects only a defined part of the particles and calculates the total amount.
No. For a calibration of the device sound knowledge is necessary.
Yes, it has a real-time clock (RTC).
The device offers a lot of possible settings (see manual).
Depending on the user / operator. If the measuring data is used for further purposes, mostly yes.
Yes, the device is compatible.
The standard version of the OPCom is not skydrol resistant. Optional extras are available on request