Some repair and troubleshooting procedures were recently added online.
You can find them here:
The list is not exhaustive, but there are already a lot of helpful documents. The Airpointer is always evolving, and therefore so are the procedures.
Keep an eye on airpointer.tech, and if you don’t find what you need, do not hesitate to contact the MLU-Recordum support team for help!
Under the “Maintenance” menu, there is a new page called “Tools”:
It describes the full content of our official toolcase. You can either purchase the whole toolcase from us, or check the references of the items you need and buy them from our suppliers.
Because several people asked me during the training, below is an excel file calculating the concentration of a perm tube using the permeation rate and the flows, and converting the concentration from micrograms per cubic meter into ppb:
We are very proud that so many guests from all over the world attended our sales and technical summit this year. We hope they come back next year and help us to develop and spread out the airpointer even more with the time. A lot of thanks to all of you participants, I hope you have/had a safe journey home.
Andreas, in the name of the whole MLU-recordum team
The PDF versions of the presentations can be found there:
The Airpointer housing comes in 3 different sizes: 2D, 4D, and HC. Some housings can hold a PM monitor, others can’t. Some can handle very high outside temperatures, but not all of them. Some can have 2 analyzers in one drawer, but it depends on several parameters…
You are confused? Then go to https://www.airpointer.tech/airpointer-base-unit/, download the excel file, answer the 4 questions, and it will tell you what you need.
In Maintenance/How to…/Preventive maintenance procedures, you can now find many procedures explaining how to take care of your airpointer to keep it running smoothly 🙂
In Documentation/electronics/boards, you can now find the jumper settings needed for all the boards of the Airpointer in a single document: Jumper list
Many schematics are now available:
The electrical wiring diagrams of the base units (4D and HC) and for the 5 most common airpointer modules (O3, CO, SO2, NOx, H2S):
And the pneumatic diagrams, also for the base units and for the 5 most common airpointer modules (O3, CO, SO2, NOx, H2S):
All these documents are in pdf format and can either be viewed online or downloaded.
The preventive maintenance videos for the airpointer are now online:
These videos show how to perform the routine maintenance on all types of base units (2D, 4D, HC) and on the 4 most common airpointer modules (O3, CO, SO2, NOx).