Shared Equipment

The equipment listed below is owned by IEE but is being stewarded by different researchers at University Park. The equipment can be requested by the research community by contacting the listed researcher on the equipment page. If no individual is listed, please contact Odette Mina.

Deployable Equipment

Deployable field sampling equipment for a variety of environmental applications

High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer 

The Aerodyne HR-ToF-AMS measures mass, chemical composition, and size of non-refractory submicron particles in real-time. It provides size-resolved composition information for particulate ammonium, nitrate, sulfate, chloride, and organics.

Distributed Temperature Sensor

The Oryx DTS is an autonomous (0-5 km) – 4 channel, compact system designed for harsh and remote environments. DTS measures temperatures by means of optical fibers.

Electrical Resistivity and Induced Polarization Instrument (ERI)

The Syscak Pro Switch 48 Resistivity ERI is an all-in-one multi-node resistivity and induction polarization imaging system.

Fourier Transform Infrared Analyzer (FTIR)

The California Analytical Instruments 700 FTIR analyzer provides fast, continuous measurement of gases that have an infrared absorption spectrum.


The GSSI EMP-400 profiler is a powerful electromagnetic induction tool that was built using a proprietary source cancellation and calibration system to create superior signal stability. 

INNOVA Photoacoustic Multi-Gas Infrared Analyzer

The California Analytical Instruments 1412 IR is bench-top analyzer that can be used to measure any gas in the IR absorption spectrum.

LI-COR Portable Photosynthesis and Fluorescence System

The LI-6400XT is a gas exchange system that computes photosynthesis from differences in CO2 and H2O between in-chamber conditions and pre-chamber conditions.

Particle Size Analyzer

The TSI Nanoscan SMPS Nanoparticle Sizer 3910 and Optical PSA is a portable real-time instrument quickly and accurately measures particles ranging three orders of size magnitude from 10 nanometers to 10 micrometers.