FLIR Griffin G510

OVERVIEW 

Quickly and easily identify chemical hazards at the site of interest with the FLIR Griffin™ G510 portable gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS). It complements presumptive detectors used during emergency missions, by enabling responders to analyze all phases of matter (liquid, solid, vapor) so they can take immediate action. The G510 features a large touchscreen with automated user controls, can be operated while wearing full PPE, and is built with an IP65-rated enclosure for harsh environments.

Description

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS 

ANALYZE SOLIDS, LIQUIDS, AND VAPORS

Integrated syringe injector and heated sample probe for analyzing all phases of matter. Limited maintenance and no service module required.

LAB-QUALITY, MISSION-READY GC-MS

Identify unknowns with NIST library and confidently take action with guided controls and simple threat alarms. You don’t need a Ph.D. to use the G510.

TOUCHSCREEN OPERATION WHILE IN PPE

Completely self-contained, with large touchscreen, long-lasting batteries, carrier gas, and IP65-rated, spray-resistant enclosure. Take it in the field with confidence.

SPECIFICATIONS
Data Storage
Internal 256GB SSD
Decontamination
Sealed for Survey Mode operation in hot-zone; IP65-rated enclosure is dust-tight and spray-resistant
Training Requirements
2 hours basic operation; 8 hours expert user
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temp & Humidity
32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C); <95% relative humidity
Storage Temperature
-13 to 131 °F (-25 to 55 °C)
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Dimensions (L x W x H)
13.25 x 13.25 x 15.75 in (33.7 x 33.7 x 40 cm) – includes batteries, carrier gas, and vacuum system
Weight
36 lbs (16.3 kg) – includes batteries, carrier gas, and vacuum system
POWER
Battery life
4 hrs in Survey Mode, 2 hrs in Confirmation Mode; hot swappable
Power Supply
100-240V 50-60Hz (220 W max); 19V (DC); 2 x #2590 @15V Li Ion batteries (included)
Start Up Time
15 minutes to full operation from cold
SAMPLING & ANALYSIS
Sample Introduction
Heated Sample Probe (included standard) – Vapor survey mode via Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry (MIMS) Inlet – Vapor confirmation via Internal Dual-Bed Preconcentrator Split/splitless injector (included standard) accepts: – Direct liquid sampling (organic solution) via syringe – Liquid extraction via SPME fiber or PSI-Probe w/ Gerstel Twister™ * – Solid PSI-Probe™ thermal separation via TAG™ * *optional accessories
Sample Phase
Solid, liquid, and vapor
Sampling & Analysis
Full identification in 4-15 mins for most chemicals; identification wthin seconds (near real-time) when operating in Survey Mode
Standard Reference Database
NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library
Threats
Detects and identifies explosives, narcotics, CWAs, TICs, environmental pollutants, and other chemicals
SYSTEM INTERFACE
Alerts
Audible and Visual (Touchscreen and Handheld Probe)
Communication
2 x USB 2.0, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi 802.11n, Ethernet via USB, integrated GPS
Display
9″ Multitouch Color Display (1280×720 WVGA;1300 nits brightness)
Software
GSS Touch; multiple user levels
TECHNOLOGY
Calibrant
Onboard FC-43 (Perfluorotributylamine)
Carrier Gas
On-board helium; external helium connector, automatic switching (Hydrogen capable)
Detection Limit
PPM (parts per million) – PPT (parts per trillion)
Detector
Electron Multiplier
Dynamic Range
7 decades
Ionization Type
Electron Impact Ionization; non-radioactive ionization source
LTM – GC Column
DB-5MS (15 m x .18 mm x 0.25 µm); others available
Mass Analyzer Type
Linear quadrupole mass filter
Mass Range & Resolution
15-515 m/z; 0.7 amu @ FWHM
Technology
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS)
Temperature Range
Programmable 40 to 300 °C; ramping of 100 °C/min
Vacuum System
Self-contained miniature turbomolecular & diaphragm pumps
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DATASHEET: GRIFFIN G510