The Aurora™ integrating nephelometers measure the light scattering coefficient of ambient aerosols with high sensitivity and time resolution, in a wide range of monitoring and research applications related to air pollution and climate.
Aurora™ instruments have been used to monitor visibility in haze, smog, dust, sandstorms and bushfires, just to name a few. The Aurora™ also correlates well with PM2.5 mass measurement to monitor industrial and automotive pollution caused by diesel emissions in the air.
Aurora™ instruments been proven to not only be accurate, flexible and easy to use, but also transportable, and designed to cope with the demands of use in remote locations.
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Aurora™ 4000 Polar
Best in class – Measuring scattering by angular sector
The phase function, defined as the amount of light scattered as a function of the scattering angle, is a key parameter to accurately model the influence of the aerosol scattering on the earth’s radiative balance. The Aurora 4000 provides integrated scattering measurements at a number of angles, assisting in the calculation of the phase function. The Aurora 4000 is the first commercially available polar nephelometer in the world.
Proven results for long term monitoring
The amount of sunlight reaching the earth’s surface rather than scattered back to space, is an important parameter to accurately model the influence of aerosol scattering on the earth’s radiative balance. The Aurora 3000 provides this measurement by reporting both the integrated and backscattered coefficient.
Better correlation – Real-time mass concentration
The Aurora 2000 PM Correlating Nephelometer is part of the ‘new generation’ nephelometers using a single wavelength and a BETA monitor to measure aerosol light scattering and derive particulate concentrations.
Affordable excellence – Clear choice for visibility monitoring
Easy to use and maintain, the Aurora 1000 lowers the cost of ownership for aerosol light scattering, visibility and particulate monitoring instrumentation.
For more information:
- Download the Aurora brochure here
- Meet Michael Zeng and Keith Webster live on the Acoem virtual booth at EGU 2021 between 22 and 30 April.
- Send us a message in the EGU Live Chat
- Attend the 30 min webinar about Aurora™ nephelometers on 28 Apr
- Contact Michael or Keith directly now at:
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