Dräger X-am® Mark II Pump
- can be used with the gas detectors X-am 2500, 5000, 5600
- for clearance measurement
- pump starts automatically when connected to the gas detector
The pump is attached onto the X-am 2500/5000/5600 and fastened with a clip. Pumping starts automatically once pump and running gas detection device are connected. The pump turns off automatically once it is removed from the device. Using the X-am with the pump has no effect on the measuring performance for standard gases.
The pump battery can be recharged using the micro USB port. A standard cellphone charger can be used for connecting. The charge status is indicated by an LED on the pump. A full charge requires approximately six hours.
The pump’s easily manageable 6.9 inch/17.5 cm device height and light weight permit easy carrying and storage. The Dräger X-am pump is dust and water resistant according to the IP67 protection classiﬁcation. It performs reliably even at temperatures down to -40°C/-40°F. The battery is solid cast to protect against damage due to dropping or impact.
The pump can reach the ambient atmosphere in inaccessible places—up to a distance of 45 m/147 feet, e.g. in channels, shafts, or tank systems. The pump has been optimized for hoses with a diameter of 3 mm/0.12 in—for fast response times and low power consumption.
Because the Drager X-am 2500/5000/5600 detector and the pump have an explosion protection approval for Ex Zone 0, you are assured secure and continued monitoring of enclosed areas.
The pump is not only highly resilient on the outside but also inside. Operating time is at least 20 hours of continuous monitoring, depending on type of application and operating temperature. The operating time of the X-am is not decreased when the pump is in operation. Moreover, the entire pump operating time can be evaluated using CC-vision software.
Pump operating time, charge status, battery warnings, and ﬂow alarm are displayed on the Dräger X-am and stored in the data logger. This makes it possible to display the results of the clearance measurements separately from the evaluations of personal monitoring.