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MiniRAE 3000+

The MiniRAE 3000 PID is the most advanced handheld volatile organic compound (VOC) detector on the market. Its Photoionization Detector (PID) extended range of 0 to 15,000 ppm makes it an ideal instrument for applications from industrial hygiene, to leak and hazmat detection.

The RF modem allows real-time data transmissions with a base controller located up to 500 feet (or two-miles with optional RAELink2 portable modem) away from the MiniRAE 3000 detector.

A personal computer can be used as the base station for a Mini-RAE 3000 system. The standard ProRAE Remote software is capable of monitoring the input of up to 64 remotely-located monitors like MiniRAE 3000, or AreaRAE, etc.

Benefits:   ​

  • Highly connectivity capability through multiple wireless module options

  • Large graphic display for easy overview of concentration

  • Integrated flashlight for better visibility in low light

  • Multi-language support with 10 languages encoded

  • Low maintenance—easy access to lamp and sensor

 Features:   

  • Humidity compensation with built-in humidity and temperature sensors

  • VOC detection range from 0 to 15,000 ppm

  • IP- 67 waterproof design

  • 3-second response time

  • Six-month data logging

  • Third-generation patented PID technology

  • Reflex PID TechnologyTM

Specifications:

SENSORS:                              Photoionization sensor with standard 10.6eV or optional 9.8eV or 11.7eV lamp 

BATTERY:                              Rechargeable external field-replaceable Lithium-Ion battery pack

                                            Alkaline battery adapter

DISPLAY GRAPHIC:                 4 lines 28 x 43 mm with LED backlight for enhanced display readability

CALIBRATION:                       Two-point or three-point calibration for zero and span. Calibration memory for 8                                                      calibration gases, alarm limits, span values, and calibration dates

DATA LOGGING:                     Standard 6 months at one-minute intervals 

SAMPLING PUMP:                  Internal, integrated flow rate at 500 cc/mn

                                             Sample from 100' (30m) horizontally and vertically

HUMIDITY:                            0% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)

TEMPERATURE:                      -4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C)

MEASUREMENTS:                  10” Length x 3.0” Width x 2.5” Height (25.5 cm x 7.6 cm x 6.4 cm)

WEIGHT:                               26 oz (738 g)

Kit includes: 

  • MiniRAE 3000+ Monitor, Model PGM-7320

  • Flex-I-Probe

  • External filter (2)

  • Yellow rubber boot (as installed on monitor)

  • Alkaline battery adapter

  • Lamp cleaning kit and Tool kit

  • Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery with universal AC/DC adapter and international plug kit

  • Charging/download cradle 

  • Operation & Maintenance manual

  • 5 Porous metal filters and O-rings

  • Organic vapor zeroing kit

  • Gas outlet port adapter and tubing

  • USB Cable 

  • Quick Start Guide

  • Hard transport kit with pre-cut foam padding

Rae Systems is a registered trademark of Honeywell International Inc.

Our Location: 1767 Lakewood Ranch Blvd, Suite #113 Bradenton Florida 34211

Phone: 1.941.243.3930

Call Us Toll Free At:  (1.877.99.HYDRO) 

Note: Prices on our website are in USD

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