NEO monitor receives global ATEX certification

mPower Electronics’ popular NEO Photo-Ionization Detector (PID) received ATEX certification Ex II 1G in November, which means it meets European Union qualifications for safety standards where hazardous gases present continuously. PID is widely used for monitoring Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Benzene in atmosphere.

The NEO joins the UNI and UNI 321 monitors, which both received ATEX certification earlier this year.

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