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The MultiRae IR combines a PID and Carbon Dioxide sensor with O2, LEL and 1 specific toxic gas sensor in one compact monitor with sampling pump. The MultiRae IR's versatility allows it to replace a wide range of monitors, saving training and maintenance costs. The MultiRae IR is quickly and easily changed from a sophisticated technician instrument to a simple text or display only monitor. The same monitor can be used as a personal monitor, a hand held sniffer or as a continuous, operational area monitor for use in applications including indoor air quality and industrial hygiene.
The SensorRae is available for the MultiRae Plus. The SensorRae is a four socket electrochemical sensor conditioning station. It keeps Rae Systems' sensors warmed up and ready for immediate use when they are not installed in a Rae Systems EC product.
Each instrument includes specified sensors, filters, calibration adapter, manual, rubber boot, alkaline battery adapter, inlet probe, Li-ion battery & charger, datalogger, software and cable. The Accessory Kit includes a hard transport case, Teflon tubing, and tool kit. The Calibration Kit includes calibration gas and regulators. For pricing, please call AFC International at 1-800-952-3293, 219-987-6825 or fax 219-987-6826 or email email@example.com
Other sensor combinations available, please contact AFC for details.
Sensor Specifications and Cross Sensitivities
Electrochemical Sensor Replacement & Maintenance
Defining the Interval between Calibration Checks
Guide to Atmospheric Testing in a Confined Space
Confined Spaces and the Construction Industry
Carbon Monoxide & Natural Gas Detection for Fire Department Engine Companies
Table of Ionization Potentials
What is a Photo Ionization Detector?
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 Indoor Air Quality Surveys
PID Training Outline
Environmental Applications for PIDS
Using PIDs for Assessment of Exposure Risk in Unknown Environments
MultiRae IR literature
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