Datum Aquatics

For the wellness of your property

Our Mission

Datum Aquatics introduces a state-of-the art water quality monitoring system that is both accurate and user friendly. This introduction has been met with great success in providing reliable readings, alert systems for you to maintain and understand your water environment. The Neptune series is a perfect fit for any industry that needs to monitor the quality of water, from Hatcheries to Fish farms. These innovative devices keep tabs on pH levels as well as Dissolved Oxygen (DO) – allowing you peace-of mind knowing your water ways.
The probes in the DPS Neptune series were designed with a concept that reduces time spent monitoring water quality. These products provide means for continual updates, while simultaneously saving historical data onto an offsite server accessible by each user — allowing you to export it when necessary! The IoT configuration is a great option for those who want the latest in technological innovation. The unit will be able to provide you with all of your energy needs, as well! You can choose between solar or cellular options that are more dependable than ever before-and never have an issue when it comes down during off hours because this system has built in battery backup so there’s no need for expensive electricity contracts either!
DPS provides a user-friendly, easily interpreted app that can be used from any smartphone or tablet. The App allows you to view data in the event of an emergency with probe calibrations for precision measuring equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions

An air quality monitoring system is a network of sensors and instruments designed to measure various pollutants in the air, including particulate matter (PM2.5 and PM10), ozone (O3), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), carbon monoxide (CO), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These systems provide real-time data on air pollution levels.
Air quality monitoring systems work by using sensors and instruments to sample the air and measure pollutant concentrations. Different pollutants are detected using specific technologies, such as optical sensors, electrochemical sensors, and particulate matter samplers. The collected data is then analyzed and often made available to the public in real-time.
Air quality monitoring is crucial for public health and environmental protection. It helps identify pollution sources, assess health risks, guide regulatory decisions, and raise public awareness about air pollution’s impact on health and the environment.
Air quality monitoring systems measure pollutants such as particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and volatile organic compounds. These pollutants are harmful to human health and can cause respiratory problems, cardiovascular diseases, and other health issues.
Air quality monitoring systems are designed to be accurate and reliable. Regular calibration and maintenance ensure their precision. While there might be slight variations in readings, advanced calibration techniques minimize errors and provide trustworthy data for decision-making.