EI-HCW300 Handheld Chemical Warfare Agents or Toxic Industrial Chemicals Trace Detector

 

Product Introduction

EI-HCW300 is an on-line, accuracy and extremely sensitive detection device for trace chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals based on Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) technology, which is independently developed. It has many advanced functions such as optional sensitivity level, hot-start, suitable for highlands advantages as easy operation, low-cost consumables and convenient maintenance.

EI-HCW300 has been applied many patents and inspected by the National Quality Supervise Center of Safety Protection and Alarming System, it has been widely applied for airport, customs, frontier defense, police, national defense, smuggling suppression, fire protection and army department etc.


Feature

Main Features

High sensitivity and fast response

Display the name and relative concentration of the CWAs

Environmental suitability

Portable and lightweight, 3.0 kg in total

3.5" color TFT touch panel, ease of use

Specifications

Detection principle....................Ion Mobility Spectrometry

Substances detected....................CWAs: GB, GD, GF, VX, HD, etc.

Sensitivity....................0.1mg/m3(GB)

Sample Collection....................non-contact vapor collection

Power supply....................110/220V AC, 60/50HZ

Battery....................22.2 V DC, 2 rechargeable batteries of 4h operating time for each

Alarm....................Audible and visible, identify and calculate the relative concentration

Calibration....................internal automatic calibration

Dimensions(LWH)....................367122161(mm)

Weight....................3.0kg (with battery)

Operating temperature....................-10℃ to 60℃(14℉ to 140℉)

Operating humidity....................0-93% non-condensing

Interface....................USB, RS232

Data Memory....................240000 records

Applications

Airports, Police, Courts, Customs, Smuggling Suppression, Narcotics Suppression, Post Offices, Prisons


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