What Is EMC Robot

APC Robot

The Aerosol Particle Counter Robot (APC Robot) enables the automated sampling of cleanroom environments using a SLAM* algorithm and LiDAR to ensure accurate site arrival and object avoidance. The unit can traverse designated areas, automatically open and close doors, autonomously ride elevators, and automatically return
to home base for charging. Through automated sampling, the environmental impact of operators and potential for human error can be minimized.

The APC Robot can realize remote sample control and central data management, ensuring continuous real-time monitoring and data storage in dynamic and challenging manufacturing environments. All detection data is stored on the robot's monitoring management system, and data can be uploaded to the specified server or
cloud via WIFI/LTE network according to customer requirements.

BAS Robot

Bacteria Bacteria Sampler (BAS) is a high-performance Bacteria Bacteria Sampler, designed based on the principle of Andersen impact method, the gas hits the agar surface at a speed of 21m/s through the perforated cover, with a built-in high-precision mass flowmeter, the instrument is in working condition It will automatically detect the gas quality and flow rate, and adjust the fan pumping speed at any time to ensure that the set flow rate is reached.
Solutions Of EMC Robot
The APC Robot is compatible with the portable Aerosol Particle Counter (APC) and Remote Particle Sensor modules. With the particle counting module attached, the robot will automatically arrive at user defined locations and complete sampling according to a set sampling scheme.
The unit's automated navigation and sampling lower the risk of contamination by reducing human presence in critical areas, and reduce the potential for error in sampling location and time. Resource allocation can also be optimized by automating routine functions and assigning personnel to other critical tasks. The EMC Robot can also be equipped with a temperature and humidity sensor to collect and store ambient temperature and humidity information.
Features Of EMC Robot
FAQs About EMC Robot

  • What is the ideal use of BAM ® S?

    When timely information on critical environments is very important, BAM ® S is your ideal choice. BAM ® S sets the speed standard for rapid microbial detection, provides continuous real-time data about the environment, and enables users to detect, react and prevent pollution with a sensitivity that cannot be achieved by traditional methods. The most common BAM ® S applications involve critical environments in the pharmaceutical and other life science industries, such as clean room monitoring, including monitoring of key locations such as aseptic filling lines, sterility test kits/isolators, and RABS areas; other specialized applications Including personnel training, compressed gas testing, process simulation (such as medium filling), root cause investigation (such as the source of contamination of building molds), engineering verification (such as determining the best HVAC settings), and risk assessment/process improvement. Many of these scenarios provide value by providing a continuous risk reduction mechanism, but other benefits include reduced cleaning cycles to save energy, improved resource allocation by reducing sampling frequency, and improved process understanding
  • Compared with traditional plate culture methods and other "rapid microbiology methods" (RMMs), in which aspects are BAM ® S more popular?

    BAM ® S is superior to traditional plate culture methods and other rapid methods in the following aspects:
    1) About the detection frequency: continuous sampling, trend analysis can be performed;
    2) Time to obtain results: Real-time results facilitate the identification of pollution sources;
    3) When a positive result or exceeding the standard occurs: sampling of microbial planktonic bacteria can be carried out in time, and central control samples can be carried out in time
    Sampling and sampling of relevant personnel in order to assess the impact on the product in time, which is conducive to the investigation of the source of pollution;
    4) In terms of cost: no reagents are required, and labor costs are minimal.
  • Many instruments can detect particle size, some instruments can detect fluorescence, and some instruments can even detect particle size and fluorescence at the same time. Why must the size and fluorescence of each particle be measured at the same time?

    If the measurement of particle characteristics comes from different instruments, or even at different times from the same instrument, it is difficult to use advanced deterministic processing algorithms to link the measurement results. Such algorithms and related measures need to achieve the highest sensitivity while minimizing the possible impact of electronic "noise", which is crucial, for example, in determining whether the detected particles have inert or microbial properties. BAM ® S uses a dedicated algorithm to analyze the size and fluorescence information of each particle in real time to provide deterministic results.
  • Is BAM®S different from fluorescent antibodies and other related technologies?

    It is different. BAM ® S relies on the inherent fluorescence (also known as "autofluorescence") emitted by the fluorophores in the cells of microorganisms, so there is no need to prepare samples to detect microorganisms. This is in contrast to the fluorescent dye-based technology, in which in order to detect microorganisms, the sample needs to be treated with reagents to emit a specific fluorescent signal. This process is embodied in common techniques such as ATP biofluorescence detection and flow cytometry detection.
  • Can BAM ® S identify microorganisms?

    BAM ® S cannot identify microorganisms, because the inherent fluorescent groups used for detection are widely present in microorganisms, so the specificity to specific genus and/or species is excluded. Some customers use microbial identification methods (such as RT-PCR, gas chromatography, etc.) to respond to excessive microbial standards. This method can still be used with BAM ® S; at the same time, after BAM ® S detects an alarm, it can use the MV interconnection function to trigger the planktonic bacteria sampler to immediately collect contaminated air samples for subsequent bacterial identification and analysis. In this feedback feedback should be used, timely detection and response are the most important factors (for example, you cannot identify microorganisms and perform root cause analysis of undetected microbial deviations).
Specification Display For EMC Robot


Environmental Monitor & Control Robot Base

Mass and Volume





Net weight


Maximum load


Battery performance

Battery capacity

960Wh (24V)

Working power

50W (With full power, it can work continuously for 18h)

Charging time

4h (100-240 VAC, 5A)

Battery life

> 3 years (Discharge capacity not less than 60% of initial capacity)



316L stainless steel





Sealed chassis, resists corrosivity of disinfectant wiping

Maximum map area



Ground resolution



Vehicle performance

Cruising speed

0.5m/s (Modifiable, up to 1.2m/s)

Passable width




2 years after activation

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