RAE MultiRAE Plus General Info
RAE Systems- MultiRAE Plus Multi-Gas Monitor w/ PID. The MultiRAE Plus combines a PID (Photoionization Detector) with the standard four gases of a confined space monitor (O2, LEL, and two toxic gas sensors) in one compact monitor with sampling pump. Like the LeathermanTM tool, the MultiRAE Plus gets the job done in more circumstances than any other gas detector. With more than 10,000 units in the field today, its versatility makes it the gas meter of choice for some of the highest profile HazMat/WMD teams in the United States. The MultiRAE Plus is quickly and easily changed from a sophisticated technician instrument to a simple text-only monitor. The same monitor can be used as a personal monitor, a hand-held sniffer, or as a continuous operational area monitor. * Note- Cannot use both Nitric Oxide and Ammonia sensors in a single monitor.
- Datalogging: Software, ProRAE Suite Package for Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, ME & XP also includes computer interface cable
- Shipping case
- Monitor with PID and additional sensors as specified.
- Calibration adapter
- Training CD ROM
- Alkaline Battery adapter
- Rechargeable battery (as specified): comes with Universal wall charger.
- 3 Extrenal Filters
- 3" Inlet probe
- Wireless capabilities
- O2, LEL, PID, and any two plug-in “smart” toxic sensors: CO, H2S, SO2, NO, NO2, Cl2, HCN, NH3, PH3
- 0-2,000 ppm measurement of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) with 0.1 ppm resolution
- Measure more chemicals than with any other PID: With over 60 Correction Factors built into the MultiRAE Plus memory and the largest printed list of Correction Factors in the world (300+), RAE Systems offers the ability to accurately measure more ionizable chemicals than any other PID
- Drop-in Battery: When work schedules require putting in more hours than the 14 hours supplied by the advanced Lithium ion (Li-ion) battery, the drop-in alkaline pack supplied with every MultiRAE Plus allows you to finish the job.
- User friendly screens make it easy to use for simple applications and flexible enough for sophisticated options.
- Rugged Rubber Boot assures that the MultiRAE Plus survives the bumps and knocks of tough field use.
- Strong, built-in sample pump draws up to 100 feet (30m) horizontally or vertically.
- Large external filter and automatic low flow alarm protect the MultiRAE Plus from damage.
- Large keys are operable even with 3 layers of gloves
- Easy-to-read display with backlight
- Store up to 80 hours of data at one minute intervals for all 5 sensors for download to PC (with the optional datalogging).
- Loud audible alarm that varies for different alarm conditions and an optional external vibration alarm for noisy areas
- Access sensors and battery in seconds with the new, improved case
MultiRAE Plus calibration guide
Want to calibrate the RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus Gas Monitor? Here's how:
- Turn the RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus Gas Monitor on in normal reading mode. Do this by pressing and Holding the mode button wait for screen to come on then release.
- Once the RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus Gas Monitor is in normal reading mode, you need to send it into zero mode. Do this by pressing and holding Mode + No at the same time.
- The RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus Gas Monitor will ask you for a password, "0000" is default, Press the yes button to confirm the calibration, Press the yes button again to confirm the zero calibration Now is a good time to set the monitor down, and grab your calibration gas, regulator, and calibration adapter.
- Connect your demand flow regulator.
- After the RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus Gas Monitor is zeroed, press the yes button to confirm span calibration. This will send your monitor into calibration mode, attach the tubing to the hose barb on your regulator. Make sure the tubing is also connected to your monitor.
- Make sure your calibration gas values on the screen match what is on your calibration gas cylinder!
- Once the RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus has reached it's calibration values, press enter, disconnect your tubing and select normal operation.
- Congratulations! You have officially calibrated your RAE Systems MultiRAE Plus. Make sure to record these readings in your calibration log!
Note: Isobutylene should always be always be calibrated last.