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TSI 3775 Condensation Particle Counter

TSI 3775 Condensation Particle Counter

The TSI 3775 Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) is a general-purpose counter that detects airborne particles down to 4 nm. It provides highly accurate measurements over a wide concentration range from 0 to 107 particles/cm3. As a result, this CPC is quite versatile and well-suited for a broad range of applications.

The successor to the Model 3022A, the 3775 features extended single particle counting with continuous, live-time coincidence correction for concentrations up to 50,000 particles/cm3. A photometric mode takes over at higher concentrations. The 3775 also features an improved transition between the two count modes. It has a color VGA display, anti-spill design, water-removal capability, data logging and storage capabilities with a removable memory card, and USB and Ethernet ports. It includes built-in SMPS™ compatibility and our Aerosol Instrument Manager® software.

Features

  • Lower particle detection size limit of 4 nm
  • Fast response to rapid changes in aerosol concentration (T95@ 4 sec)
  • Extended single particle counting up to 5 x 104 particles/cm3 with continuous, live-time coincidence correction
  • Smooth transition to photometric mode counting that goes up to 107 particles/cm3
  • Butanol-friendly features, including anti-spill design, water-removal system, butanol odor absorber, and improved resistance to optics flooding after tilt of instrument or inlet flow restriction
  • Built-in data logging and storage capability with removable memory card
  • USB and Ethernet available
  • Built-in SMPS compatibility (Now standard!)
  • Auto recovery from power failure
  • Removable saturator wick for easy transport and maintenance
  • Particle concentration, plots of concentration versus time, total counts, or instrument status shown on front-panel color LCD display

Applications

  • Basic aerosol research
  • Filter and air cleaner tests
  • Combustion and engine exhaust research
  • Health effects studies
  • Inhalation and exposure studies
  • Atmospheric and climate studies
  • Nanotechnology research