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    Fast FID Principles

    The flame ionisation detector (FID) is the automotive emissions industry standard method of measuring hydrocarbon (HC) concentration.

    Cut-away view of Cambustion FID head showing flame
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    CPMA Animation

    The CPMA uses opposing electrical and centrifugal fields to classify particles, with the ability to vary the electrical field and rotation speed to select different particle masses.

    Front view of CPMA drive belt and gearing

Animations

  • AAC Animation

    The AAC may be thought of as translating the DMA into a rotating frame, where the electrical force on the particles is replaced by a centrifugal force.

    Close up of AAC drive belt
  • CPMA Animation

    The CPMA uses opposing electrical and centrifugal fields to classify particles, with the ability to vary the electrical field and rotation speed to select different particle masses.

    Front view of CPMA drive belt and gearing
  • DMS Animation

    The DMS500 uses electrical mobility measurements to produce particle size / number spectra between 5 nanometres and 2.5 micrometres.

    Side view of DMS500 case

Learn

  • CLD Principle

    A chemi-luminescence detector (CLD) is the industry standard method of measuring nitric oxide (NO) concentration.

    Cambustion CLD sample head on tripod
  • Fast FID Principles

    The flame ionisation detector (FID) is the automotive emissions industry standard method of measuring hydrocarbon (HC) concentration.

    Cut-away view of Cambustion FID head showing flame
  • NDIR Principle

    Non-Dispersive Infra-Red (NDIR) detectors are the industry standard method of measuring the concentration of carbon oxides (CO & CO2).

    Cambustion NDIR500 sample head on tripod

Tutorials

  • NDIR Cleaning Video

    Guide to cleaning the sample head of a Cambustion NDIR500 fast CO & CO2 analyzer.

    Cambustion R&D engineer working on FID600 head

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