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Skyray EDX Pocket III Handheld XRF

Original price was: $7800.Current price is: $3900.

Includes :

  • Pocket III Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescent Spectrometer
  • 2 Batteries
  • PDA w/ GPS Locating Service integrated into Software -FREE
  • Silver and RoHS Standard Samples
  • Proprietary Software – FREE
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
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Skyray EDX Pocket III Handheld XRF

Description

The Pocket III XRF comes in three various Models. The EDX Pocket III can be calibrated to work for various applications. Mineral Exploration and Surveying, Alloy Analysis, Precious Metals Analysis, ROHS/WEEE Analysis

Benefit :

Light Weight:
The Pocket is one of the lightest handheld instruments on the market; designed for comfort in the field
Durable:
Despite being light weight, this portable XRF was also designed with durability in mind for the rugged demands of ‘out of laboratory’ use
Focused X-Ray Target:
The x-ray source utilizes a 6mm collimator that is focused by design and eliminates any potential for improper sample alignment

Specification :

No isotopes utilized in this portable XRF system
X-Ray Source: 40 kV mini W-Target X-Ray Tube
Single Collimator of 6mm diameter (0.235 inches)
Element Range of Detection: Potassium (K) through Uranium (U)
HP iPAQ PDA Computer comes standard and is removable from unit
Utilizes Bluetooth technology; downloads to desktop CPU
Light hand-held instrument; one of the lightest systems available
Multiple Filters with automatic adjust
Battery life of over five (5) hours; includes charger
Laser-Light for sample alignment; insure accurate reading location
No shape or size limit for samples; which can be in solid, liquid or powder form
Measurement Times: 10 to 200 seconds depending on variables

Skyray EDX Pocket III Handheld XRF

Application :

Most Popular for:
Hazardous Substance Testing
Various regulations include RoHS, CPSIA, etc
Reads below the required ppm levels
Affect multiple industries; jewelry, toy, packaging, etc
Additional Uses:
Analysis of Paint for contaminents
Alloy Verification:
determine steel grades, copper and aluminum alloys
Geological/Mining Applications
Sorting Scrap Metals
On-Line Testing: Quality Control, incoming/outgoing inspections
Environmental (lead in soil, etc)
Handheld XRF testing steel tube
Software Configurations (contact for single element interest)
P330 for Hazardous Substance Detection
P530 for Alloy/Steel Verification
P730 for Mineral and Geological Testing
P930 for Precious Metals Analysis

Technical Specifications :

  • Measurable Elements: From Sulfur to Uranium (76 Element Total)
  • Precision: 0.05% – .1% Deviation
  • Weight: 1.35Kg
  • Tube Voltage: 5 – 50KV
  • Test Time: 30 Seconds
  • Ambient Humidity: <71%
  • Ambient Temperature: -20°C – +50°C
  • Power Input: 110V AC or 220V AC

Includes :

  • Pocket III Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescent Spectrometer
  • 2 Batteries
  • PDA w/ GPS Locating Service integrated into Software -FREE
  • Silver and RoHS Standard Samples
  • Proprietary Software – FREE
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
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Estimated shipping times throughout North America:

Shipping Type: Standard Ground
Cost: Free
Estimated Delivery Time: Product will delivery in 4-6 business hours

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