GrayWolf Sensing Solutions (USA) has launched a new area monitor, the WolfPack, for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring and other environmental monitoring purposes.
The WolfPack is a complete modular system containing one to three GrayWolf DirectSense probes, which include a maximum of six sensors in each probe. A total of 21 parameters can be monitored at the same time by the addition of an airspeed probe, a particle counter or other sensors. These probes could also be linked to a Vista OS Mobile PC or a Windows Mobile Pocket PC for conducting hand-held, spot logging, spot checking and walk through surveys.
Parameters such as carbon dioxide levels, TVOCs, percent RH, air velocity, auto-zeroing differential pressure, particulates and °C/°F could be measured with the help of WolfPack’s highly responsive and precise sensors. The IAQ contains 18 electrochemical gas sensors and also has onboard features such as sensor info, in-situ audio notation, in-situ text notation, application related documents, parameter details and video help.
A tactile color screen and embedded WinCE operating system that runs the GrayWolf WolfSense 2009 application software, which guides users through the data logging set up, are also included. The data along with the field collected notes could also be reviewed, analyzed and reported with the help of the WolfSense PC software. The whole reporting process is automated by the Optional Advanced Report Generator software.