Flexibility through sensor variety
The extensive portfolio of over 25 different DrägerSensors enables the detection of more than 100 gases and vapors. The Dräger X-am 7000 can be equipped with three electrochemical, and two catalytic bead, infrared or photo ionization sensors. During operation, it is also possible with the catalytic-Ex sensor to change the gas being measuring or the measurement range of the sensor. In this way, the instrument can be easily adapted to various applications. DrägerSensors are renowned for their fast response time, minor cross sensitivities, high level of accuracy and long lifetimes.
Robust and watertight
In addition to the built-in dust and water filter, the Dräger X-am 7000 can be submersed in up to 1 m or 3 ft. of water without damage. A specially designed rubber boot protects the instrument against damage even from a drop of 1.5 m or 5 ft.
Alarm conditions can not be ignored because of the extremely loud multi-tone horn. In addition, the visual alarm can be seen 360°, ensuring that the user notices the warning. By generating an optional life-signal every six seconds, the Dräger X-am 7000 confirms that it is functioning properly.
An integrated data logger logs up to 3000 sets of values – that equals 100 hours when recording one set per minute. The data can then be transferred to and evaluated on a PC using an infrared interface together with the Dräger GasVision software package.
Intelligent and interchangeable sensors
In addition to the electrochemical sensors, the catalytic, infrared and photo ionization sensors are automatically recognized by the instrument upon insertion. All sensors are pre-calibrated, and therefore a reconfiguration of the Dräger X-am 7000 can be done by simply changing the sensor. No additional service or maintenance is necessary.
Built for longevity
The completely new design of the rechargeable battery pack with intelligent chargingmanagement guarantees full functionality of the instrument over a period of up to 20 hours. An alkaline battery pack is also available. The DrägerSensors used in the Dräger X-am 7000 have a typical lifetime of over 5 years. If, over time, a sensor exchange is necessary, the modular approach of the instrument allows for this in a few simple steps.
A built-in high-performance pump draws in the gas to be measured through a hose of up to 45 m length. The pump is continuously monitored for blockages.