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The Rae Systems by Honeywell AreaRae Pro is a wireless, transportable area monitor that can simultaneously detect toxic and combustible gases, volatile organic compounds, radiation and meteorological factors. Whether you are carrying it into a hazmat response, setting up perimeter at a fire or protecting a public venue, the AreaRae Pro works with Honeywell's remote monitoring software to give you a real time view of threat reading so you can make real time decisions to ensure the safety of your teams and the general public.
The AreaRae Pro delivers maximum flexibility and versatility in one device by including up to six 4R+ sensors for toxic and combustible gas. The AreaRae Pro offers more than 20 interchangeable sensors that can be swapped at a moments notice to meet the changing needs of first responders. The new photoionization sensor monitors VOCs in part per billion with built in compensation for temperature and humidity. Honeywell's compact RAEMet sensor sits at the top of the AreaRae Pro and measures wind speed, wind direction, temperature and humidity. This information is then modeled in Honeywell's real time monitoring software which integrates the ALOHA hazard monitoring program. An optional gamma sensor for radiation detection is also available. It will detect and measure gamma radiation with increased sensitivity and faster response without using an additional sensor slot.
Each AreaRae Pro gas monitor includes sensors, battery & wireless options as specified, rubber boot, power adapter, power cord, external battery charger, PC communication cable, calibration adapter, screw driver, tool kit, opening tool kit for PID sensor, PID lamp cleaning kit, external filters, CD with documentation, ProRae Studio II software, calibration & test certificate, warranty card. Please note: Other configurations are available. For pricing, please call AFC International at 1-800-952-3293, 219-987-6825 or fax 219-987-6826 or email email@example.com.
Table of Ionization Potentials
What is a Photo Ionization Detector?
PID Training Outline
Correction Factors, Ionization Energies and Calibration Characteristics
PIDs as a HazMat Response Tool
PIDs as an Arson Response Tool
Using PIDs in Terrorist Chemical Attacks
PIDs in Clandestine Laboratories Applications
PIDs for Continuous Monitoring of VOCs
Using PIDs for Assessment of Exposure Risk in Unknown Environments
Use of AreaRaes for Fenceline Monitoring
Facility and Venue Protection
AreaRaes for Incident Response and Law Enforcement
Nerve Agent Measurement by PID
Sharing AreaRae Assets
Decontamination Procedures for Monitors Exposed to Chemical Warfare Agents
Basics of Wireless Security
Basics of Nuclear Radiation
Radioisotopes in Everyday Life
Rae Systems by Honeywell AreaRae Pro Multi Gas Detector literature