Rent Jerome J405 Mercury Vapor Analyzer

Rent Jerome J405 Mercury Vapor Analyzer

The Jerome® J405 portable mercury vapor analyzer is redefining the portable mercury vapor analyzer market.  Significant performance enhancements and modern communications capabilities have been combined to create a new option for mercury spill detection and cleanup analysis.  The J405 utilizes the industry-proven, inherently stable and reliable gold film sensor technology and simple, one-button operation.  The ergonomically-designed handle, lighter exterior case and significantly lower detection capabilities (0.5 µg/m3) make it a portable, easy, low-level mercury detection instrument.  The Jerome J405 is more sensitive then the Jerome® 431-X.

 

  • EPA & ATSDR accept Jerome® findings for cleanup
  • Battery powered sensor regeneration | 18 Hour Battery Life
  • On-board data logging (20,000 data points)(Upgraded Model)
  • Auto time/date stamp | USB data output (Upgraded Model for Each)
  • SCADA interface capabilities via 4-20ma
  • Functional Test Kit (FTK) verifies instrument functions correctly between recommended annual factory calibrations

 

 

  • Disposal & Recycling
  • Exhaust Duct Monitoring
  • Facility Monitoring
  • Fish (Heated)
  • Fluorescent Lamps
  • Gold Mining
  • Hazardous Waste Sites
  • Landfill Monitoring
  • Mercury Exclusion Testing
  • Mercury Spill Response Monitoring; (light bulbs, mercury switches equipment)
  • Plant Environment
  • Sealess Pumps
  • Source Surveys
  • Worker Safety

 

Resolution: 0.01 µg/m3
Detection Range: 0.5-999 µg/m3
Precision: 15% RSD @ 1 µg/m3
Accuracy: +/- 10% @ 1 µg/m3, Range 1: +/-0.03 ppm at 0.5 ppm/5% RSD, Range 2: +/- 0.3 ppm at 5.0 ppm/5% RSD
Response Time: Sample Mode: 12 seconds, Survey Mode: 2 seconds
Power Requirements: 12 VDC for the instrument (provided by the internal battery, AC power supply/charger, external battery pack or car accessory adapter) 100-240VAC, 47-63Hz, 3.2A for the AC power supply/charger

Product Manual (PDF)
Quickstart Guide (PDF)
Specifications (PDF)