Portable Chemical Agents Detector
This portable chemical contamination control device used to detect chemical agents G (GA, GB, GD, GF,), VX and HD in the form of vapor or aerosols.

The Detector is particularly suitable for military use in rough conditions: fast turn on, immediate identification and measurement, single-handed operation, simplicity of use, ability to be turned off without precautions

The Detector is a flame spectrophotometer. Air containing toxic agents is drawn in and burned to a high temperature in a hydrogen burner. The elements emit rays in their spectral characteristic emissions.
The Detector detects the atoms of phosphorus (contained in G, V agents) and sulfur (contained in HD, V agents).


CHARACTERISTICS:


Weight - in operation: 2 kg (4 lbs)
Power supply: battery or external supply ( 9-32 V DC) or rechargeable battery
Temperature range - in operation: -32C to +55C
Temperature range - in storage: -39C to +71C
Sensitivity in vapors, aerosols, droplets and dust in the air: - 10 g/m3 for all G agents (1.5 ppb)
- 420 g/m3 for HD (60 ppb)
Sensitivity in liquid form ON SURFACE: - Superficial contamination: 3 g/cm2 of VX

- Absorbed contamination after 15 minutes: 2 g/cm2 of VX
Sensitivity in water: - 30 g/l of GB - 25 g/l of VX - 1.5 mg/l of HD
Sensitivity on skin in MEDICAL application: - 0.04 g/cm2 of VX - 0.35 g/cm2 of HD
Operational up to 10 000 feet altitude (3 000 meters).
  Network possibilities
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When the Alarm Box is connected with the Detector, this set becomes the APACC (portable chemical control and alarm device) for chemical agents: G (GA, GB, GD, GF),VX (A4), HD. The Alarm Box is fitted to the Detector in place of the battery tray. However, the Detector can still be used at any time as a monitor device for chemical contamination.

The APACC provides an alarm for a predefined dose of toxic agents.
This dose equals the quantity of toxic that induces a disease. It is calculated by the APACC: the detector adds the values resulting from the multiplication of the detected instantaneous concentration by the elapsed time.

There is a visible alarm (the red indicator lights up) and an audible alarm (the buzzer sounds).

Holding down the push button on the Alarm Box for 6 seconds resets it.

The information can be relayed up to 400 meters via an alarm deport box using a RS 485 twisted pair link, and up to 1000 meters using a shielded cable via a surveillance station.
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