Updated manual and software for DustIQ

DustIQ

Based on customer feedback we have updated our DustIQ manual and improved the Smart DustIQ Explorer software that is used to perform the setup. The most recent manual now is v1904-02 and the Smart DustIQ Explorer v2.0.1.0.

The new manual has added information on DustIQ status registers in combination with local dust calibration and reworking initial data after the calibration. We advise you to update your software and read the new manual.

Call for feedback

In order to further improve our manuals, instruction sheets and software we encourage you to send us feedback and we invite everybody that has performed a local dust calibration to share their experience with us. For the first 10 respondents we have a nifty McGyver multi tool present. E-mail your feedback to info@kippzonen.com.

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