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2020PRO Photoionisation Monitor- DISCONTINUED
For rapid response in the workplace or field, choose the NEW 2020PRO Photoionisation Monitor. In just seconds the 2020PRO detects a wide range of VOCs in air, soil or groundwater. With an ergonomic design, large graphic display and dedicated calibration key the 2020PRO is the latest generation PID.
Photovac 2020PRO Photoionization Monitor
Stable, linear Photovac PIDThe 2020PRO uses photoionisation, the technology of choice for detecting VOCs. The 2020PRO is equipped standard with a 10.6 eV UV lamp, and has an optional 11.7 eV UV lamp for ionising chlorinated compounds. The UV lamp is easy to remove for cleaning or replacement. Operating concentration range is 0.1-2000 PPM or use the optional dilution probe to detect up to 20,000 PPM.
The Photovac photoionisation detector is humidity-compensated so you can rely on the results.Ergonomic design for the real world
A new ergonomic design with textured grip and large keys makes the 2020PRO easy to carry and use, even while wearing triple-layer gloves. The new backlit display is easy to read with large font. All information is clearly displayed on a single 6-line display just like a personal data assistant (PDA).
Expanded internal datalogging allows the operator to record 15,000 sampling points that can be downloaded to the PC using new 2020PRO Comm software
The new dedicated calibration key provides immediate access to calibration. More prompts walk the end user through the procedure completely for higher confidence in accurate calibration.
Easy to use
Three modes of operation to meet monitoring requirements:
1. Logging Off -Continuous readings for survey and site checking.
2. Tag -Data logged by tag name or number - ideal for EPA Method 21.
3. Interval -Logs at pre-set intervals as well as displaying the TWA, STEL, PEAK and current reading at all times.
Classified as Intrinsically Safe in North America [Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, and D] and Europe, [ATEX II 2 G EEx ib IICT4] for use in potentially explosive environments.