BSM-2000

DISCONTINUED: The BSM-2000 HVAC unit continuously monitors the air for dipicolinic acid (DPA), which is unique to bacterial spores. The DPA instantaneously reacts with the chemical sensor in the solution, which triggers an intense green luminescence when viewed under ultraviolet light. The intensity of the luminescence corresponds to the concentration of bacterial spores in the sample.

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Manufacturer
Universal Detection Technology
Product Name
BSM-2000
Detection Category
Biological
Detection Principle
Molecular Spectroscopy;
Detection Method
Ultraviolet-Visible;
Application
Detection;
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
DISCONTINUED: The BSM-2000 HVAC unit continuously monitors the air for dipicolinic acid (DPA), which is unique to bacterial spores. The DPA instantaneously reacts with the chemical sensor in the solution, which triggers an intense green luminescence when viewed under ultraviolet light. The intensity of the luminescence corresponds to the concentration of bacterial spores in the sample.
Availability
DISCONTINUED
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
8
User Feedback Sources
Indifferent/No user feedback
Weight
<30 lbs.
Power Requirements
AC/DC Line Power
Transportability
Benchtop/Fixed
Tested For Biological Agents
Bacterial spores (Anthrax)
Sample Introduction
Vapor/Gas; Aerosol; Biological Sample
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
Continuous monitor
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
<15 minutes
Alarm Capability
If an increase in spore concentration is detected, an alarm sounds notifying both a building’s internal security, as well as local emergency services through the device’s landline or wireless networking capability.
Other Operational Parameters
Luminescence; Chemical biodetection
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