Ion Science Launch Fully Upgradeable, Multi-gas PID
Mar 06 2008 Read 1348 Times
with enhanced performance and user flexibility for the detection of
volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
The superior software features of the FirstCheck+ give significant user
benefits including data logging, TWA/STEL averaging, and detection
capabilities down to ppb levels.
The instrument’s unique ability to be upgraded throughout the entire
FirstCheck+ range provide the flexibility to add-on extra features as
required. The upgrade process utilises the bi-directional IRDA link built into the unit, which communicates with a similarly equipped laptop
with proprietary ION-pc software.
Upgradeability is made easy - a base unit can be upgraded all the way to a ppb unit without being returned to the factory.
The range of FirstCheck+ multigas/PID instruments combine photoionisation detection (PID) with traditional multi-gas sensors for
oxygen, hydrogen sulphide, carbon monoxide and explosive gas detection. The highly sensitive PID enables the detection of many gases that are toxic at low ppb levels and undetected by other VOC multi-gas instruments. Traditionally two or three instruments are needed to ensure
workers’ safety – FirstCheck+ has it all covered in one handheld detector.
Like all Ion Science PIDs, FirstCheck+ incorporates patented Fence Electrode Technology that eliminate typical high humidity issues
encountered by PID technology since its introduction. Drift and high
backgrounds have been dramatically reduced, even at extreme ambient
The latest range of Ion Science FirstCheck+ PID instruments provides
the environmental chemist, first responder and industrial hygienist
alike with increased reliability, productivity and optimal performance
in the field.
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