X-am - Model 7000 - Draeger Safety Combustible Gas Detector with PID
Draeger X-am 7000 combustible gas detector is an innovative solution for the simultaneous and continuous detection of up to five gases. A combination of more than 25 sensors allows flexible solutions to individual monitoring tasks. The Draeger X-am 7000 also has a photo-ionization detector (PID) that detects volatile organic compounds (VOC) for VOC monitoring and VOC gas detection.
A PID sensor is now available for the Draeger X-am 7000 combustible gas detector. This smart plug and play sensor is intended for use in confined space entry and area monitoring applications. The PID sensor can used in sample draw of diffusion configurations. This sensor employs a 10.6 eV lamp to monitor a wide range of VOC's from 0 to 5,000 ppm depending on the gas selected with a 1 ppm resolution.
Draeger X-am 7000 portable gas detector is an innovative solution for the simultaneous and continuous detection of up to five gases. A combination of more than 25 sensors allows flexible solutions to individual monitoring tasks. The Draeger X-am 7000 can be equipped with three electrochemical and two catalytic bead or infrared sensors. It is the ideal companion in a great number of application where reliable monitoring of oxygen, toxic and combustible gases and vapors in the ambient air is necessary.
The extensive portfolio of over 25 different DraegerSensors allows the detection of more than 100 gases and vapors. The measuring range of the EC, Cat-EX and IR sensors can be changed to another gas within a list of gases by a push of a button - without the necessity of recalibrating. This way the accuracy and the range of the monitored substances is increased. DraegerSensors are renowned for fast response, minor cross sensitivities, high accuracy and long life.
Each sensor is recognized automatically by the instrument. All sensors are precalibrated and a reconfiguration of the Draeger X-am 7000 is done by simply changing a sensor. No additional service or maintenance is necessary.
The software menu of the Draeger X-am 7000 was designed in partnership with our customers making it simple and easy to use. With the help of CC-Vision software, up to 5 different detection applications can be saved within the instrument By doing so, the use of different instrument configurations can be set for that specific application. During operation, a simple change between these set parameters can be done via the instrument's menu.
A new, flexible goose-neck probe simplifies the search for leaks at e.g. flanges, shut-off devices and valves. In the tracking mode, the instrument generates an increasing or decreasing rate of beeps, depending on the gas concentration detected.
Additional to the built in dust and splash water protection, the Draeger X-am 7000 can be submersed without damage. A specially designed rubber boot protects the instrument against damage from a drop of 5 feet.
The completely new design of the rechargeable battery block with intelligent charging management guarantees full functionality of the instrument over a period of up to 20 hours (depending on the battery type). An alkaline battery pack is also available. The DraegerSensors used in the Draeger X-am 7000 have a typical life of over 5 years. If, in time, an exchange is necessary, the modular approach of the instrument allows this in a few simple steps.
Alarm conditions can not be ignored because of the sound of an extremely loud multi tone horn. In addition the visual alarm can be seen through 360° ensuring it attracts the users attention. By generating an optional life signal every six seconds the Draeger X-am 7000 confirms it is functioning normally.
The large graphic display and the alarm auto zoom function guarantee easy recognition of the values and symbols displayed for immediate judgment about the situation or hazards. All information is provided in plain text.
A built in data memory logs up to 3,000 sets of values - that is data logging of 100 hours when recording one set per minute. The data can be transmitted and evaluated on a PC using an infrared interface together with the GasVision software package.
The built in high power pump allows to sample gas through a 45M long tube. The operation of the pump is continuously monitored and the instrument will generate an alarm if the flow is too low.