Billed as the most advanced handheld volatile organic compound (VOC) PID detector available for sale, the RAE Systems MiniRAE 3000 puts reliable yet precise atmospheric readings in the palm of your hand.
Designed for use in harsh environments due to its IP-67 design, the MiniRAE 3000 is also the ideal instrument for use in pollution mapping and soil contamination detection as its Lithium-Ion battery provides 16 hours of operation with an additional 12 hours available through an alkaline battery adapter.
The MiniRAE 3000 features the ability to data log samples taken, an integrated correction factors list of more than 200 compounds, icon displaying when calibration is required, and an extended range of 0 to 15,000 ppm making it the ideal instrument for use in HAZMAT, leak detection and industrial hygiene applications. Its RF modem allows real-time data transmissions of up to 500 feet (or two-miles with optional RAELink2 portable modem) from the base controller or even from a standard laptop. The standard ProRAE Remote software is capable of monitoring the input of up to 64 remotely-located monitors like MiniRAE 3000, or AreaRAE, etc.
Proven PID technology - The patented sensor provides the following unique features:
- a 3-second response time
- extended range up to 15,000 ppm with improved linearity
- humidity compensation with inbuilt humidity and Temperature sensors
Design for service
Easy access to lamp and sensor in seconds without tools.
Big Graphic display
Easy overview of gas type, Correction Factor and concentration.
Integrated Flash Light
Better view in dark conditions
User Friendly Screens
including plot view chart view
Inbuilt full RAE Systems 350 compounds correction factors list
Measure more chemicals than any other PID
10 languages encoded
Rugged housing withstands use in harsh environments
- IP67 design for easy cleaning and decontamination
- Strong protective removable Rubber Boot.
Strong, built-in sample pump
Draws up to 100 feet (30m) horizontally or vertically
Up to 6 months of data at one-minute intervals