NANO-5430-5431

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PMP-CPC: Condensation Particle Counter for Automotive Applications

The CPCs model 5430 and 5431 are designed for measurements in compliance with the PMP regulations.

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The GRPE particle measurement program (PMP) has developed regulations for measurement of particle number concentrations in car engine exhaust for EURO 5/6 and subsequent standards. To ensure compliance with these regulations, each individual CPC is calibrated on a test stand with a Faraday Cup Electrometer (FCE) as primary reference. Both candidate CPC and reference FCE are supplied with identical concentrations of monodisperse soot particles from a Combustion Aerosol Standard (CAST) generator. The calibration comprises particularly the counting efficiency of 50 +-12% at 23 nm, counting accuracy, and linearity.

Customers benefits

• Each individual instrument tested and certified
• With (model 5431) or without (model 5430) integrated sample pump
• Rugged design for easy integration into test racks
• Unique saturator key for easy transport without drying

Accessories

• 5441: Carrying case
• 5483: Flowsplitter
• 7917: Emission Sampling System ESS


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Software

The GRIMM universal software 5477 operates CPCs as counters only, and SMPS systems for measuring size distributions. It can be used for SMPS+C (CPC as detector) or for SMPS+E (Faraday Cup Electrometer, FCE, as detector).

• Measurement of size distributions in stepping mode and in fast scanning mode
• Calculation of size distributions in real time following the standard ISO 15900
• Values of external sensors and service data are integrated.
• Compatible to all 32-/64-bit Windows operating systems (XP or newer)
• Preconfigured on a netbook
• Data loggers and the online transfer of data to internet servers are supported
• Calculation of number, surface, and mass size distributions, optionally with or without various corrections, and several statistical parameters


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