AreaRAE
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The AreaRAE is a one-to-five sensor gas detector equipped with a wireless, RF (radio frequency) modem which allows the unit to communicate and transmit readings and other information on a real-time basis with a base controller located up to two miles away. The standard ProRAE Remote software used to control AreaRAE systems is capable of monitoring the input of up to 32 remotely-located monitors.

In stand alone operation, the AreaRAE is a rugged, weatherproof, one-to-five sensor portable monitor that can run over 24-hours on either rechargeable Lithium-ion or alkaline batteries. It is also the first “lunchbox” type multisensor instrument able to include a photoionization detector (PID) for parts-per-million measurement of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), as well as LEL, O2, and up to two electrochemical toxic sensors for measurement of specific toxic substances such as CO and H2S.

AreaRAE is also available with a global positioning satellite (GPS) option which includes the ability to track and display readings from up to 32 remotely located detectors on a GPS map.



Key Features
 
  • Real-time wireless data transmission with built-in RF transceiver
  • View real-time sensor data and alarm status at headquarters or command center
  • ProRAE Remote software simultaneously controls and displays readings for up to 32 remote monitors
  • License-free, ISM band RF transmission with a communication range of up to 2 miles
  • Toxic sensor socket accepts CO, H2S, SO2, NO, NO2, Cl2, HCN, NH3, or PH3 sensors
  • 24 hours continuous operation with a built-in Li-ion battery
  • 24x7 continuous operation when plugged into wall charger
  • Interchangeable Li-ion or alkaline battery pack
  • Data is easily downloaded with ProRAE Suite software
  • Large digital display & keypad


Applications
 

  • HazMat and Emergency Response
  • Refineries and Petrochemical Plants
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Power Plants
  • Pulp and Paper Industry
  • Plant and Mill Turnarounds
  • Marine and Offshore Wells


Downloads
 

      AreaRAE Data Sheet (463 KB)
   
      AreaRAE Video Presentation (90 MB)



Product Upgrades

 

      AreaRAE Firmware v.3.02A (31.4 KB)
    RtfChop Utility (7.1 KB)


Training Documents

 

      Basic Operation (1.7 MB)


Application Notes

 

      AP-000: RAE Systems PID Training Outline (185 KB)
      AP-201: Measuring Ammonia (NH3) with Photoionization Detectors (PIDs) (209 KB)
      AP-202: The ABC's of Gases in the Industry (150 KB)
      AP-203: PIDs as a HazMat Response Tool (582 KB)
      AP-207: PIDs as an Arson Investigation Tool (61 KB)
      AP-211: PIDs for Continuous Monitoring of VOCs (453 KB)
      AP-216: Using PIDs in Terrorist Chemical Attacks (215 KB)
      AP-218: Lengthening the Interval Between Calibration Checks (13 KB)
      AP-219: Using PIDs for 10% of LEL Decisions (250 KB)
      AP-220: Using PIDs in Clandestine Drug Lab Investigations (354 KB)
      AP-221: Using PIDs for Assessment of Exposure Risk in Unknown Environments (54 KB)
      AP-225: Understanding AreaRAE Options (4.47 MB)
      AP-226: Comparison of Photoionization (PIDs) and Flame Ionization Detectors (FIDs) (123 KB)
      AP-227: Use of AreaRAEs for Fenceline Monitoring (252 KB)
      AP-228: Use of AreaRAEs in Facility and Venue Protection (483 KB)
      AP-229: AreaRAEs for Incident Response & Law Enforcement (495 KB)


Technical Notes

 

      TN-102: Facts About PID Measurements (206 KB)
      TN-106: Correction Factors, Ionization Energies, and Calibration Characteristics (276 KB)
      TN-112: Exporting Datalogged Data to Microsoft Excel® (160 KB)
      TN-114: Sensor Specifications and Cross Sensitivities (229 KB)
      TN-120: Measuring Correction Factors for Volatile Compounds with MiniRAE & ToxiRAE PIDs (138 KB)
      TN-121: CO Sensor Cross-Sensitivity and Removal with Charcoal Filter (134 KB)
      TN-123: Diagnostic Modes for RAE Instruments (157 KB)
      TN-124: PID Lamp Characteristics (116 KB)
      TN-130: Setting Alarm Limits for Mixtures (107 KB)
      TN-132: Upgrading Firmware on RAE Instruments (163 KB)
      TN-140: Extension Tubing Volume and Delay Time (163 KB)
      TN-144: Handling LEL Sensor Poisons (108 KB)
      TN-146: Turning on UV Lamps in a PID Monitor (93 KB)
      TN-148: Measurement of Phosphine (PH3) by PID in the Food Storage Industry (100 KB)
      TN-151: Electrochemical Sensor Replacement and Maintenance (191 KB)
      TN-152: Effects of Operating Conditions on Oxygen Sensors (142 KB)
      TN-155: 2-Year Oxygen Sensor Installation and Calibration (108 KB)
      TN-156: Correction Factors for Combustible Gas (LEL) Sensors (158 KB)
      TN-157: Moisture Exchange Tubes for Humidity Control of Test Gases (169 KB)
      TN-158: Conversion of PID Readings to Methane Equivalent FID Response (174 KB)
      TN-159: Nerve Agent Measurements by PID (149 KB)
      TN-161: Intrinsic Safety and Hazardous Locations (163 KB)
      TN-162: Use of C-Filter Plugs (177 KB)
      TN-164: Sharing AreaRAE Assets (598 KB)
      TN-165: Combating Drift in Portable and Fixed PIDs (202 KB)
      TN-166: Lithium Ion Batteries (197 KB)
      TN-167: Proper Use of Dilution Fittings on Pumped Monitors (146 KB)
      TN-170: USB to Serial Port Adaptor (255 KB)
      TN-173: Operation Guide for Demand-Flow Regulator with Calibration Gas (190 KB)
      TN-174: Decontamination Procedures for Monitors Exposed to Chemical Warfare Agents (144 KB)
      TN-178: Humidity Filtering II Tube for PID Measurements in Humid Environments (245 KB)



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