4650-PM (Compliance Dust)

AMETEK Land Opacity and Dust Monitors - 4650-PM Compliance Dust Monitor
High-sensitivity, forward-scatter laser measurement for particulate matter, for use in combustion processes where condensed water is not present (for sale in the USA and China only).
  • Overview +


    4650-PM provides the stable, accurate low-range measurement of particulate matter in stacks and ducts where water droplets are not present in the flue gas. NOTE: The 4650-PM is currently available only in the USA and China.

    Consisting of a stack-mounted probe and separate control unit, 4650-PM’s forward scattering laser measurement detects particulate matter at low concentrations. This enables closer emissions control, with a more accurate measurement than similar PM monitoring systems.

    Maximum measurement stability is achieved through an advanced optical system with a lower angle of incidence than competing systems, resulting in a lower detection limit, while the optics are fixed for measurement reliability.

    Ideally suited for use in combustion processes located after the baghouse or electrostatic precipitator, 4650-PM is ideally suited for use in the power generation, glass, industrial boilers, speciality metals and pulp & paper industries.

    MEETS US EPA REGULATIONS 
    Meeting US-EPA Performance Specification 11 (PS-11), 4650-PM is suited for users who need to comply with US EPA rules including MATS and Boiler MACT.

    COMPREHENSIVE CONTROL
    4650-PM is controlled via a simple control unit that includes a user interface for power, plus alarm contacts, 24V input, digital inputs, 4-20 mA output, RS232/485 and Data Bus. A multi-controller unit is also available, offering control of up to 4 devices.

    EXTENSIVE MEASUREMENT RANGE
    With the low angle forward-scatter measurement reducing sensitivity to particle size, 4650-PM gives a highly sensitive measurement ranging from 0.01 to 200 mg/m3, in temperatures up to 500 °C (930 °F).

    4650-PM is AMETEK Land’s particulate monitor for industrial combustion processes.


  • Specifications +


    Measuring Probe 
       Measuring Technique Forward-scatter Optical Detection 
       Light Source Diode Laser 650 nm. Class 3R
       Measurement Range 0-15mg / m3 to 0-200 mg / m3
       Detection Limit < 0.1 mg / m3
       Operating Temperature -20 ° C to 50 °C / -4 °F to 122 °F 
       Max. Flue Gas Temperature 250 °C (480 °F) standard; 500 °C (930 °F) with high temperature option
       Insertion Depth 550 mm (21.7 in.)
       Stack Mounting Flange DN80 PN10/16 or 3 in. 150 lb ANSI; minimum hole diameter 88 mm (3.5 in.)
       Materials Enclosure: Powder-coated aluminum
    Probe: 316 stainless steel
       Air Purge 30 - 40 liter/minute (1.05 to 1.41 cfm)  
       Sealing IP66 
       Power Supply 24 V DC provided by control unit 
       Compliance PS-11, 40 CFR 1040.10, 1040.11  
    Controller
       Sensor Channels Single
    1
       Sensor Channels Multi Up to 16
       Display Graphical Display
       4-20 mA Outputs single
    1
       4-20 mA Outputs Multi 4
       Filter Diagnostics Pulse-log review
       Data logs Depends on log rate 7 days @ 1 minute
       Ethernet Single
    None
       Ethernet Multi Included 
       Outputs  1x RS485 Modbus
       Size (H x W x D) Single
    8.7 in. x 4.8 in. x 3.2 in.
       Size (H x W x D) Multi 10.4 in. x 6.3 in. x 3.6 in.
       Power 100 - 240 V AC, 1 A
    MARCOM0373
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