RGAPro (mass spectrometry)

The highlights

Stand-alone High Pressure Mass Spectrometer for gas composition analysis from 200 bar to 10-8 mtorr

The RGAPro is a residual gas analyzer designed to work with the PCTPro-2000 or any other gas process for real-time compositional analysis of gas sorption and reaction processes. The system uses a 100 to 300 amu quadrupole mass spectrometer with better than 1 amu resolution. Sophisticated software control of scan and data acquisition allows for various scan modes and includes automatic profile identification based on stored profiles from a standard reference library. The RGAPro is a stand-alone instrument which incorporates a hybrid turbomolecular drag pump and a proprietary gas dosing manifold that allows gas sampling over the entire vacuum to 200 bar operating pressure range of the PCTPro-2000 and gas reaction or processing systems.

RGA Pro can be combined with the PCT Pro-2000

Specifications
Vacuum Hybrid turbomolecular drag pump
Ultimate pressure <1×10-8 mbar
Pressure measurements down to approximately 1×10-14 mbar
Control a sophisticated vacuum control unit with digital display read
Residual Gas Analyzer Quadrupole mass spectrometer
Mass range 1 to 100 amu (200 and 300 amu ranges optional)
Resolution <1 amu
Filament Unique long life, dual thoriated
Mass filter Quadrupole
Detector Faraday cup
Electron Multiplier Optional state-of-the-art, multi-channel, continuous-dynode electron multiplier (EM) for detection down to 1×10-14 mbar with increased longevity and stability
Operating range 1×10–4 mbar to UHV
Gas Sampling Proprietary gas sampling manifold
Pressure range allows sampling over the entire vacuum to 200 bar operating pressure range
Safety Built-in valve logic to help prevent potential damage to equipm
Operating gas air or inert gas for operation of pneumatic components – 50 psig
Power 110 V/60 Hz./4 amps or 220 V/50 Hz./2 amps
PCTPro-2000 connection System connects to the PCTPro-2000 between the instrument’s sample arm and the sample holder
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