RAE MiniRae 2000 Portable Photoionization

The MiniRAE 2000 is an extremely versatile and portable instrument for measuring airborne Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). The RAE Photo-Ionization Detector (PID) offers increased sensitivity, reduced humidity interference, and quick response times. Measure total VOCs or use built-in correction factors to measure specific VOCs.

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  • Features :
  • PID sensor (0-10,000 ppm range),
  • Survey and Hygiene modes,
  • Data logging,
  • Field-replaceable battery,
  • Strong, sample draw pump; sample up to 30 metres,
  • 102 built-in correction factors
  • Applications :
  • Leak detection,
  • Head space analysis,
  • Spill response,
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Standard Accessories (included) :
  • Automatic battery charger,
  • Probe,
  • Zero kit,
  • Battery pack holder
  • Optional Accessories :
  • Download kit,
  • Calibration kit

Specifications:

Detector : PID sensor w/ 10.6eV UV lamp
Readout : Instantaneous, average, STEL & peak value, battery voltage, elapsed time
Accuracy : + 2 ppm or 10% of reading <2000 ppm, + 20% of reading >2000 ppm
Calibrated to 100 ppm isobutylene
Power : Nickel metal hydride battery pack (external) — 10 hours continuous power
Alarms : 90dB buzzer & flashing red LED
Data Logging : 15,000 points with time/date
Communication : Download data or upload instrument setup via RS-232 to serial port
Operating Conditions : Temperature -10°C to +40°C
Dimensions : 21.8 cm x 7.6 cm x 5 cm (8.2” x 3” x 2”)
Weight : 550 g (19.5 oz.) with battery pack


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