Genesis Portable Gas Monitor

Thermo Electron’s Genesis is a personal, portable gas monitor that is configurable for one to four plug-in sensors. Catalytic sensors for monitoring combustible gases and electrochemical for detection of toxic gases. The Genesis is protected by a die-cast aluminum housing, rubber guards, a high-impact polycarbonate display window, and the Duraplus™ suspension system, to cushion internal components.

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Manufacturer
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Product Name
Genesis Portable Gas Monitor
Detection Category
Chemical
Detection Principle
Sensors;
Detection Method
Electrochemical Detection; Catalytic Bead Sensor;
Application
Gas Analysis;
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
Thermo Electron’s Genesis is a personal, portable gas monitor that is configurable for one to four plug-in sensors. Catalytic sensors for monitoring combustible gases and electrochemical for detection of toxic gases. The Genesis is protected by a die-cast aluminum housing, rubber guards, a high-impact polycarbonate display window, and the Duraplus™ suspension system, to cushion internal components.
Availability
DISCONTINUED
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
9
User Feedback Sources
Indifferent/No user feedback
Dimensions
2.3 x 3.7 x 6 in (5.8 x 9.4 x 15.2 cm)
Weight
<1 lb.; 0.5 kg
Power Requirements
Alkaline Battery; NiMH Battery; 3 AA alkaline or NiHy battery pack
Transportability
Pocket Size
Ruggedness
Extreme Temperatures/Humidity; Waterproof/Resistant; The Genesis is constructed of a powder coated die cast aluminum with molded end cap, water-resistant, gasketed housing
Operating Conditions
-20 to 45°C ( –4 to 113°F), 0 to 95% RH, non-condensing
Consumables
<$1,000/year; Calibration kit, sensors (for each chemical detected)
Calibration Schedule
Yes
Suggested Routine Maintenance
Replacement of sensors and other maintenance as required by manufacturer.
Data Analysis Support Equipment
Battery charger and sample pump
Expected Operational Life
Indefinite
Shelf Life
<5 years; Sensors generally last from 1 year to 18 months. Calibration gases generally expire after 1 year.
Unit Cost
$2,294.00
Maintenance Cost
Sensor replacement $200 to $300 every 1 to 2 years
Tested For ITF-25 TIC/TIMs
Catalytic compensated: combustible gases Electrochemical: Cl2, HCN, H2S, NH3, NO, NO2, PH3, SO2
Other Chemical Targets
Catalytic compensated: combustible gases Electrochemical: CO, O2
Sample Introduction
Vapor/Gas
Sensitivity/Detection Limits
ppm
Known Interferents/Inhibitors
May false alarm to heavy concentrations of various smokes and engine exhausts
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
10 to 15 minutes, time is affected by surrounding temperatures
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
<1 minute
Alarm Capability
Audible and visual
Software Control
On-board; Remote
Training Required
<1 day training
Manuals Available
User manual and quick reference card
Warranties
Instrument has a 2 year warranty, sensors vary 1 to 2 years
IATA Shipping Restrictions
Yes; Calibration gases fall under IATA shipping regulations.
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