The Eagle is one of the most versatile portable gas detector on the market. This powerful instrument that does more than offer standard confined space protection, it also provides detection combinations never before offered in a portable gas monitor featuring the industry's widest selection of high quality, long life and field proven sensors.
These highly sensitive portable gas detectors use photoelectric photometry method with colorimetric detection tab. The sample drawing rate is controlled by a microprocessor. The FP-40 has a direct readout of measurement value on an LCD display.
RKI is proud to offer the next generation of our popular EAGLE portable gas detector. Equipped with features that are not available on competitive units, the EAGLE 2 is a powerful instrument that does more than just offer the standard confined space protection for LEL, O2, H2S and CO.
The EAGLE 2 available features include a PID sensor for detecting high or low ppm levels (0-50 & 0-2,000) of VOC gases; % volume capability for CH4 and H2 using a TC (thermal conductivity) sensor; ppm or LEL hydrocarbon detection at the push of a button; infrared sensors for CO2 (ppm or % volume), methane or hydrocarbons in LEL and % volume ranges; Optional LEL / ppm H2 specific sensor, methane elimination feature for environmental applications; and a variety of super toxic gases.
Sample Draw with PID & Super Toxics
Simply put, the GX-6000 is a game changer. This powerful hand-held instrument is capable of simultaneously monitoring up to 6 gases. In addition to the standard 4 confined space gases which include combustibles, O2, CO, & H2S, the GX-6000 has 2 additional smart channels that accept PID, IR or super toxic sensors.
Equipped with a strong internal sample pump, a man-down alarm, a panic alarm, an LED flashlight, and large auto rotating LCD display, the GX-6000 can operate as a single gas PID unit or a multifunctional tool utilizing all 6 channels. The GX-6000 with a PID sensor will come equipped with a library of over 600 VOC gases to choose from as standard. Choosing from the library is easy with a personalized favorites list of 30 commonly used VOC’s as well as a list of 8 of the most recently used VOC’s.
The GX-6000 has a rugged design built for the nastiest environments. It is equipped with a removable impact-resistant rubber boot and a dust and water resistant enclosure with an IP-67 rating. With 5 bright LED lights on 3 sides of the instrument, alarms are easily seen from a variety of perspectives. With vibration and loud audible alarm, GX-6000 will easily alert users when needed.
Built around RKI’s latest smart sensor technology, the SC-01 is a versatile single toxic gas monitor. The smart sensors are interchangeable, with the SC-01 automatically recognizing any sensor change without any set up or configuration changes. The sensor’s calibration information also stays with each sensor. Weighing only 7.6 ounces, it has many features which set it apart from the competition. For example, it offers sensors for Arsine (AsH3), Ammonia (NH3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Chlorine (Cl2), Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Phosphine (PH3), and Sulfur Dioxide (SO2). The SC-01’s unique extender cable allows the sensor to be attached to the end of a 10 foot cable for remote monitoring and quick response. The SC-01’s large LCD display shows the gas reading, battery level, current time, and will automatically backlight in alarm conditions. Standard alarm types include vibration, visual, and audible alarms that can be set to latching or self-resetting. Controlled by a microprocessor, the SC-01 continuously checks itself for sensor connections, low battery and circuit trouble. The batteries are simple to replace, requiring no tools to access the battery compartment. One set of AA alkaline batteries provides continuous operation for over 250 hours. The SC-01 is equipped with datalogging capability as a standard feature which communicates through an IR port with an optional Windows® based datalogging software program. Calibration intervals and reminders are user adjustable and can be set to either go into alarm or to lock the user out of normal measurement mode once a calibration period has expired.