Doesn't the manual say "the numbers represent particles in .01 cubic foot of air"?LarrySabo wrote:The Dylos read-out is in thousands of particles per cubic foot, so how can you tell it's 1200 particles? I assumed you meant it read 1200, which would be 1200 thousands, no?
Blizzard wrote:Doesn't the manual say "the numbers represent particles in .01 cubic foot of air"?
.... so a reading of 1 means 1 particle per hundredth-cubic-foot, which equals 100 particles per cubic foot -- Class 100.The values are scaled so that these represent the concentration of particles in approximately .01 cubic foot of sampled air.
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