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Inspectra Laser Portable Leak Detector

ATEX Certified Portable Laser Diode Methane Leak Detector

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The INSPECTRA® Laser is a natural gas leak portable analyser with laser spectroscopy. This highly sensitive detector offers all the advantages of optical detection in a highly compact and portable device, giving you precise and reliable findings when detecting methane leaks.
 
Using laser spectroscopy technology, the INSPECTRA® Laser equipment developed by GAZOMAT™ is a high-performance methane detector. This device meets ATEX standards for use in explosive areas and makes it possible to detect methane leaks and determine their location with precision. It is a truly efficient tool for gas professionals.
  • Automatic self-test at start up
  • Wide backlit LCD screen
  • Visual and audible alarm indicators
  • Choice of measurement modes
  • Total selectivity to methane
  • 8 hours constant use at 20°C
  • Supplied with carry case, sampling rod and filters
Measurement Principle Laser spectroscopy
Measurement Scales
  • Scale 1: 0 ppm - 10,000 ppm
  • Scale 2: 0% to 100% Volume gas
Detection Threshold 1 ppm
3 Different Versions
  • Non-ATEX version: measurement range from 0 ppm to 10,000 ppm
  • Non-ATEX version: measurement range from 0 ppm to 100% Vol. gas
  • ATEX version: measurement range from 0 ppm to 100% Vol. gas
Response Time
  • T90 standard: 4.5 seconds
  • T10 standard: 2 seconds
  • With suction rod T90: 6 seconds
  • With suction rod T10: <3.5 seconds
Display
  • Liquid crystal display with digits, icons and backlighting.
  • 3 areas:
    • concentration measurements (0 to 10,000 ppm and 0.0% to 100.0% volume gas)
    • status indicators
    • dialogue window
  • Height of measurement character for PPM scale: 13 mm
  • Height of measurement character for GAS scale: 13 mm
Keypad
  • 5 direct-control keys
  • Advanced function control with protected-access scrolling menu
Power Supply
  • Rechargeable Battery Pack: 3 x 1.2 V – 4000 A/h NiCd
  • Charging time: 14 hours maximum
  • 100 to 240 VAC / 50-60 Hz battery charger for ATEX battery pack
Autonomy
  • 8 hours at 20 °C with all functions on (backlighting, pump on speed 2)
  • 6 hours at temperatures below 0 °C with all functions on (backlighting, pump on speed 2)
  • 6 hours at temperatures above 35 °C with all functions on (backlighting, pump on speed 2)
Output of The Electric Pump 35 l/h (on speed 1) et 70 l/h (on speed 2)
Alarms
They activate the visual (LED and LCD displays) and audio warnings:
  • Methane CH4 concentration threshold
  • Explosion risk due to methane CH4 concentration
  • Pump: pump stopped, pump error
Status Indicators Battery charge level, pump status (2 speeds)
Gas Connection
  • Quick-connect inlet coupling with locking mechanism: suction rod on right side
  • Quick-connect gas outlet coupling
Electrical Connections
  • Male power plug 2.1 mm : for batter y charger
  • Communication with a computer via a specialised communication link
Housing
  • Housing material: polyamide reinforced with fi bre glass and carbon
  • Material of front side: anodized aluminum
Dimensions length 263 mm x width 113 mm x height 141 mm (10.3 x 4.4 x 5.5 inches)
Weight 2.7 kg with batteries (5.9 lbs)
Conditions of Use
  • Humidity: from 5 % to 80 % relative humidity
  • Temperature: from –15 °C to +40 °C
  • Pressure: atmospheric pressure 1013 mbar (± 100 mbar)
Storage Conditions (excluding batteries)
  • Humidity: < 90 % relative humidity
  • Temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C
Protection Index  IP 54
Certifications
  • CE marking
  • 94/9/CE directive dated March 23, 1994
  • 2004/108/CE directive dated May 21, 1989 : electromagnetic compatibility
Certifications for The ATEX
1 ppm to 100 % Volume Gas Version :

European standards of use in explosive atmospheres:

  • EN 60079-0 from 2006
  • EN 60079-11 from 2007
EX II2G Ex ib IIB T4
EX INERIS N° 05ATEX0051

 

  • Natural gas networks
  • Landfill surface emissions
  • Momentary leaks of methane