NEO Monitor Receives Global ATEX Certification

mPower Electronics’ popular NEO monitor received ATEX certification in November, which means it meets European Union qualifications for safety standards.

ATEX stands for “atmospheres explosible” and covers equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive environments. Any equipment that is going to be sold in Europe must meet these standards.

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

“mPower is pleased that all of these monitors are now globally recognized with ATEX certification, which is similar to UL standards in the United States,” said Brent Yaschuk, vice president of sales marketing. “Our team at mPower is thrilled to be able to offer our safety-focused products to a wider range of customers.  Our NEO offers some of the best features, functions and benefits in the industry.” These features include:

  • a resolution of 0.01 – 5000 ppm;
  • excellent response time;
  • standard Bluetooth for wireless communication;
  • 24-hour battery runtime with our LI-ION battery; and
  • a rugged USB Micro charger design, which will virtually charge anywhere in the world.

Also, with our standard carry case and room to carry your calibration bottle with your instrument, the retail price is very attractive at $2,900.

“The NEO is very much in demand because it is one of the most advanced handheld VOC monitors available for parts per billion detection,” said Yaschuk. “The NEO also comes in a benzene-specific version that detects benzene in just 45 seconds which can make all the difference when seconds matter.”

For more information, email info@mpowerinc.com.

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