UltraRae 3000 Benzene Specific Analyzer

The RAE Systems UltraRae is a PID detector with field replaceable RAE Sep filter tubes which remove all other hydrocarbons, thus making the unit specific to Benzene. The concentration down to 50 ppb, is displayed within 60 seconds, making this unit very cost-effective compared to using a portable gas chromatograph. The UltraRae can be used for instantaneous readings or data logging.

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  • Features :
  • Specific compound monitor,
  • Fast Analysis within 60 seconds,
  • Low level detection (50 ppb),
  • Built-in data logging,
  • Humidity and temperature compensation
  • Applications :
  • Benzene in petrochemical industries,
  • Plant maintenance.

Specifications:

Range : 0 – 200 ppm
Resolution : 0.05 ppm
Repeatability : + 10% of reading or + 0.1 ppm
Dimensions : 25.5 cm x 7.6 cm x 6.4 cm : (10” x 3.0” x 2.5”)
Weight : 738 g
Alarm : Two adjustable alarm levels, Visual and audible (90 dB)
Sensor : Photoionization
Battery : Rechargeable, field-replaceable Lithium-ion
Alkaline battery adapter
Battery life : 16 hours
Data logging : 6 months at 1 min interval
Communication : charger cradle
Operating Conditions : Temperature 0°C to 40°C
UL Classified – Class I, Division 1 Groups A,B,C & D

Standard Accessories (included):

• Battery charger/ download cradle
• Exhaust filter
• Zero kit
• Probe
• Tool Kit

Optional Accessories:

• Calibration kit

Consumables:

• RAE Sep tubes


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