PortaSens III portable ATI gas detector
The PortaSens III (ATI D16 model) is a portable gas leak detector that allows you to locate leak sources, or simply measure the concentrations of certain gases in the workplace.
Physically similar to its predecessor, the PortaSens II, it offers significant improvements by taking advantage of 15 years of user feedback. Detailed description
The Portasens III, an ATI gas detector suitable for many applications
The new PortaSens III ATI gas detector is equipped with a color touch screen, a new rechargeable battery, new sensors (hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide), redesigned electronics with USB interface and new, more user-friendly software.
Convenient and easy to use, the PortaSens III has an internal sampling pump and a flexible probe to make it easier to find and locate gas leaks. The gas sensors are said to be "smart", that is to say they have a memory with all the parameters of the gas to be detected (scale, alarms, calibration, etc.).
When the ATI smart gas sensor is installed in the PortaSens III, it loads all the information into the device's microprocessor, allowing immediate use without setting up or calibrating the device. Its ability to detect more than 30 different gases by simply changing the sensor makes it an essential part of gas detection.
The ATI gas detector is mainly used in the gas leaks detection in storage areas, in the control of pipelines and gas circuits, for the authorization of access in confined spaces and all applications to control the presence of toxic gases.
PortaSens III rare gas leak detector
The new ATI gas detector PortaSens III detects an impressive range of gases. Thanks to its smart sensors, the user only needs a few movements to switch from one gas sensor to another. The gases detected are bromine (Br2), chlorine (Cl2), chlorine dioxide (ClO2), fluorine (F2), ozone (O3), ammonia (NH3), carbon monoxide (CO ), hydrogen (H2), oxygen (O2), phosgene (COCl2), hydrogen chloride (HCl), cyanidric acid (HCN), hydrogen floride (HF), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), nitrogen monoxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2), arsine (AsH3), diborane (B2H6), germanium tetrahydride ( GeH4), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), phosphine (PH3), silane (SiH4), iodine (I2), sour gas, ethylene oxide (ETO), formaldehyde (HCOH), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), alcohol, acetylene (C2H2), nitrogen oxides (NOx) - dimethylamine (DMA) - hydrogen bromide (HBr), hydrocarbons, acid acetic (AcOH), peracetic acid (PAA), methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2).
Each smart sensor comes with a factory calibration certificate.
Technical characteristics of the ATI gas detector PortaSens III
Measured gas: Acid gas, Alcohol, AsH3, B2H6, Br2, C2H2, CH3COOH, CH4, Cl2, ClO2, CO, CO2, COCl2, DMA, ETO, F2, GeH4, H2, H2O2, H2S, H2Se, HBr, HC, HCl, HCN, HCOH, HF, I2, NH3, NO, NO2, Nox, O2, O3, PAA, PH3, SiH4, SO2.
Measuring range: depending on the smart sensor used (displayed when starting the device)
Display: color, backlit and touchscreen, graphic LCD
Accuracy: depending on the sensor but generally +/- 5% of the value
Sensitivity: 0.1 to 1% of the measurement range of the sensor
Outputs: USB transfer of stored gas values
Recording interval: programmable from 1 to 60 minutes
Recording capacity: 4 Gb (several million points recorded)
Alarms: 3 levels of concentration alarms (pre-alarm, alarm and an alarm with adjustable level), low flow and low battery alarms are displayed on the LCD screen and accompanied by a beep.
Power supply: rechargeable NiMH D battery approx. 10 hours continuous operation or 2 D alkaline batteries.
Operating temperature: -25 to + 55 ° C
Humidity: 0-95% RH non-condensing
Dimensions: 89 x 229 x 140mm and 3.2kg
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