TSI DustTrak™ II and DustTrak DRX Aerosol Particulate Monitors

TSI's DustTrak II and DRX handheld and desktop aerosol monitors are battery-operated, datalogging, light-scattering laser photometers that give you real-time aerosol mass readings of dust, smoke, fumes, and mists. The color touchscreen and graphical interface puts everything at your fingertips. An easy-to-read display shows real-time mass concentration, graphical data, and statistics, as well as instrument pump, laser, and flow status.

The DustTrak II and DustTrak DRX are compatible with the TSI 8535 aerosol particulate monitor field enclosure, which can be outfitted with wireless antennae and modems for communication from the field to your control room. It's the ideal accessory for using your DustTrak for perimiter dust monitoring applications, surveys in harsh environments, or to take measurements in areas exposed to changing weather conditions.

The TSI DustTrak can be used for perimeter monitoring and other outdoor applications by adding a TSI 8535 environmental enclosure. Within the enclosure, you can add battery power and a wireless modem for transmitting the test results to a secure cloud-based network and view your data on any browser (PC, tablet, or cell phone).

Key Specifications

  • Direct replacement and upgrade for the TSI DustTrak 8520 particulate monitor, retired in late 2008.
  • DustTrak II is a continuous real-time single-channel 90° light-scattering laser photometer for determining mass concentration of aerosols
  • DustTrak DRX laser photometer is the first on the market to simultaneously measure aerosol mass and size fractions
  • Measures concentrations to PM10, PM2.5, PM1.0 or respirable size fractions
  • Both DustTrak II and DustTrak DRX are available in desktop and handheld models, and feature graphical color touchscreen interfaces
  • Use with TSI 8535 Environmental Enclosure and Netronix Thiamis modem for outdoor applications with Environet secure cloud-based monitoring
  • Compatible with TrakPro data analysis software

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