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Series 2010 MINICAMS® Continuous Air Monitor

Fully-integrated systems designed for continuous long-term operation and maximum uptime with a rugged, compact design
Choice of detectors (FID, PID, PID/FID) to maximize system flexibility
Plug-In GC Modules and easy-access chassis minimize downtime and provide easy servicing
Extensive self diagnostics
Monitors and provides specific alarms for virtually all operational parameters, simplifying maintenance and troubleshooting
Rapid cycle times (programmable)
Full line of accessories: multipoint monitoring, data handling, and status reporting
Networking capabilities for up to 32 systems per CHROM-NET® host, with multi-host configurations available
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The Series 2010 MINICAMS is a modular and extremely flexible system for near-real-time continuous air monitoring of organic species and is easily customized for specific monitoring needs and requirements. Reported chemical concentrations above a user-set threshold generate a monitoring ALARM status that can be reported via various pathways. The interchangeable Plug-In GC Module is easily switched in and out of the instrument in less than one minute, with no tools required. Using a low-cost, reserve GC module, operators can virtually eliminate any instrument downtime due to maintenance or service. The modular design also offers extreme flexibility. Simply plug in the module with the appropriate column, sampling system, and detector combination to obtain necessary selectivity and sensitivity.

Equipped with either a Flame Ionization Detector (FID), a Photoionization Detector (PID) or Tandem PID/FID, the Series 2010 is available with optional sample-handling modules, multipoint samplers, and data-handling software packages. Multiple MINICAMS can also be networked to provide a facility-wide Air Monitoring System.

Detection limits in the parts-per-billion range are frequently achievable when a GC module that is equipped with solid-sorbent preconcentration and the PID detector is used.