RAE Systems UltraRAE 3000

RAE Systems UltraRAE 3000

The UltraRAE 3000 is the most advanced Compound-Specific Monitor on the market. Its Photoionization Detector's (PID) extended range of 0.05 to 10,000 ppm in VOC mode and 50 ppb to 200 ppm in benzene-specific mode makes it an ideal instrument for applications from entry pre-screening during refinery and plant maintenance to hazardous material response, marine spill response and refinery down-stream monitoring.

MiniRAE 3000 PGM-7360 Key Features:

  • Proven PID technology. 3-second response in VOC mode or 60 seconds in compound-specific mode. Extended range up to 10,000 ppm (in VOC mode) with improved linearity. Humidity compensation with built-in humidity sensor. Automatic temperature-controlled sampling time calculation.
  • Detects benzene down to 50 ppb (0.05 ppm)
  • Unique 15-minute benzene STEL calculation with 15-minute real-time benzene-specific measurement and recording
  • Highly specific readings, combining a 9.8eV UV lamp and RAE-Sep™ benzene tube
  • New sampling probe design provides instant tube-breakthrough visibility
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Extremely Versatile

  VOC mode or Benzene-Specific mode for extreme versatility
  Real-time wireless data transmission with built-in Bluetooth and optional RAELink3 portable modem
  Integrated RAE Systems Correction Factors list for more than 200 compounds, measuring more compounds than any other PID
  Field-interchangeable battery pack is replaceable in seconds without tools

Easy to Use

  Large graphic display
  Multi-language support
  Easy access to lamp and sensor in seconds without tools Low Cost of Ownership
  Inexpensive analysis using low-cost RAE-Sep tubes vs. gas detection tubes
  Much less expensive than a portable GC, and no annual factory calibration is required


  Confined space entry pre-screening during refinery and plant maintenance
  Hazardous material response
  Marine spill response
  Refinery down-stream monitoring

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