Environmental Monitoring Equipment & Supplies • Sales, Rental & Service by Enviro-Equipment — Charlotte, North Carolina USA

  • PID measures from 0-15,000 ppm total volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
  • Built-in humidity compensation for more accurate readings.
  • Logs up to 6 months of data at 1-minute intervals.
  • Correction factors for more than 200 compounds.
  • Built-in sample pump can draw up to 100 feet (30m) horizontally or vertically.
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RAE Systems MiniRAE 3000 (10.6 eV Lamp) PID Rental $75.00 $255.00 $765.00

The RAE Systems MiniRAE 3000 handheld photoionization detector (PID) is used for volatile organic compound (VOC) detection. The VOC monitor has an extended range of 0 to 15,000 ppm making it an ideal VOC detector for applications from industrial hygiene to leak and hazmat detection. The MiniRAE 3000 is perfect for screening soil for contaminants. The humidity compensation feature cuts down on inaccurate results due to moisture in the sample or atmosphere. The MiniRAE 3000 has data logging capability and logs information such as concentration (ppm), time weighted average (TWA), average, short term exposure limit (STEL), and more.

PIDs work by using an ultraviolet (UV) lamp of a specific electron volt (eV) energy and an ionization chamber. Compounds that pass through the chamber are ionized by the photons generated by the UV energy. The current produced by the ions are measured by the sensor on the instrument and converted into a ppm reading. The compound can only be measured if the strength of the lamp is great enough to remove an electron from the compound (ionization potential). The standard lamp in the MiniRAE 3000 is 10.6 eV. Enviro-Equipment offers rental options for the MiniRAE 3000 with a 10.6 eV or 11.7 eV lamp.

Items Included:
  • MiniRAE 3000 PID
  • Requested Lamp (10.6 eV or 11.7 eV)
  • Data Download Cable
  • Charcoal Zero Adapter
  • Calibration Record
  • PC Software
  • Battery Charger and Cradle
  • Instruction Manual
  • Carrying Case
  • Spare Water Trap Filter

Lamp

Range

Resolution

Response Time

10.6 eV

0.1 ppm to 15,000 ppm

0.1 ppm

2 sec

11.7 eV

0.1 ppm to 2,000 ppm

0.1 ppm

2 sec

Size

10" L x 3.0" W x 2.5" H (25.5 cm x 7.6 cm x 6.4 cm)

Weight

26 oz (738 g)

Sensors

Photoionization sensor with standard 10.6 eV or optional 9.8 eV or 11.7 eV lamps

Battery

Rechargeable, external field-replaceable Lithium-Ion battery pack

Operating Hours

16 hours of operation

Display

4 lines, 28 x 43 mm, with LED backlight for enhanced display readability

Keypads

1 operation and 2 programming keys, 1 flashlight on/off

Direct Readout

VOCs as ppm by volume, High values, STEL and TWA, Battery and shutdown voltage, Date, time, temperature

Alarms

95dB at 12" (30 cm) buzzer and flashing red LED to indicate exceeded preset limits:

  • High: 3 beeps and flashes per second
  • Low: 2 beeps and flashes per second
  • STEL and TWA: 1 beep and flash per second
  • Alarms latching with manual override or automatic reset
  • Additional diagnostic alarm and display message for low battery and pump stall

EM/RFI

Highly resistant to EMI/RFI Compliant with EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

IP Rating

IP67 unit off and without flexible probe, IP65 unit running

Data Logging

Standard 6 months at one-minute intervals

Calibration

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

Sampling Pump

Internal, integrated flow rate at 500 cc/mn, Sample from 100' (30m) horizontally and vertically

Low Flow Alarm

Auto shut-off pump at low flow condition

Communications

Download data and upload instrument set-up from PC through charging cradle or optional Bluetooth™. Wireless data transmission through built-in RF modem.

Frequency

902 to 928 MHz (license-free), 2.400 to 2.4835 GHz (license-free), 433 MHz, 869 MHz

RF Range

Up to 500' (152m; 900 MHz, 433 Mhz, 869 Mhz), extendable with RAELink3 Repeater to 2 miles (3.2km)

Hazardous Area Approval

  • US and Canada: Classified as Intrinsically Safe for use in Class I, Division 1 Groups A, B, C, D
  • Europe: ATEX II 2G EEx ia IIC T4

Temperature

-4 to 122 °F (-20 to 50 °C)

Humidity

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

Attachment

Durable bright yellow rubber boot