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Boreal Portable Open Path Gas Detector - Large

Portable Open-Path TDL Analyser

The Boreal GasFinder3 Laser Gas Detector is used for the continuous measurement of GHG emissions (CO2 and CH4), and is particularly suitable for monitoring landfill sites.

A lightweight and portable unit, the GasFinder3 OP provides information on the average concentration of gas in the measurement path. The open path gas detection laser technique works by emitting an invisible laser beam that is sensitive only to the gas of interest. The Reflector Array returns the laser beam to the detector which then calculates the concentration of the gas in the measurement path.

Featuring fast response, self-calibration, no moving parts or consumables, the monitor can also be combined with Radial Plume Mapping (RPM) software to generate concentration maps and flux estimates.

It features a brand-new digital platform which features graphical displays and a simple to use touch-screen. A USB port has been included to allow for easy analyser updates.

Boreal state that there is basically no temperature related reading drift over the range of -40C to 50C.

It is built for reliability and operation is stable in light levels to 5% of ideal conditions.

Modbus, 4-20mA, Ethernet (DHCP or Static IP), USB and Serial connectivity options are all possible.

Telnet and FTP protocols are possible and soon HTTP will also be available.
You will be pleased to know that you don’t need an oscilloscope as all arrays can be visualized on the inbuilt touchscreen.

The Boreal GasFinder3 Open-path gas detector has been designed to handle the coldest of winters and warmest of summers. Maintenance requirements have been kept to a minimum and the device is capable of performing its own, rather sophisticated, self-diagnostics. You have the option of having a reading every second or an independent sample.

Lastly, there are zero memory effects and you won’t experience any interference from other gases.

Combines both ease of use with continuously acquired data, ready for analysis.

Boreal GasFinder3 Laser Gas Monitor Features

  • Continuous and instant results
  • Simple data collection and interpretation
  • Can handle the coldest winters and hottest summers
  • One second response time
  • No interference with other gases
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Technical Specifications

Boreal GasFinder 3 Technical Specifications
SpecificationDescription
Dynamic Range5 orders of magnitude
Response Time(Scan Rate) 1 second default (1 sample/sec)
Precision2% of reading
Path Length0.5m to 750m
Light SourceSemiconductor Diode Laser
Typical Laser Output~10mW
Eye SafetyClass I or Class IIIa (ANSI) & FDA/CDRH approved
Data I/O Interface OptionsSerial (RS-232/485), USB, Ethernet (Static IP or DHCP), 4-20mA Module (future capability), & Modbus (future capability),
Weight5.0 kg (11.0 lbs)
Dimensions(LxWxH): 260 x 200 x 160mm (10.2 x 7.9 x 6.3in)
Power Requirement2A@12 VDC (120-240 VAC Optional)
Ambient Temperature-40°C to +50°C (-40°F to 122°F)
Ingress ProtectionIP 65

Path Lengths

Boreal GasFinder 3 Path Lengths
Path LengthRetro-reflector
1-5mRed/White tape
1-20mGrey tape
20-45m1 Corner Cube
45-75m3 Corner Cube Array
75-200m7 Corner Cube Array
200-350m12 Corner Cube Array
350-500m19 Corner Cube Array
+500mMultiple Arrays

Commonly Procured Gases

  • Methane (CH4)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  • Hydrogen Fluoride (HF)
  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
  • Ammonia (NH3)
  • Hydrogen Chloride (HCl)
  • Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN)
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
  • Acetylene (C2H2)
We are here to help

Please don’t hesitate to contact our highly trained and knowledgeable ADT staff to determine what type of system would best fit your needs.

Phone:
(02) 4577 9347

Email:
[email protected]

Address:
5 Aspinall Place,
Mulgrave 2756
NSW