personal voc gas detector

Cub

Personal VOC gas detector

The Cub personal VOC gas detector is worn within the breathing zone to detect volatile organic compounds, keeping you safe within your working environment.

The Cub is the worlds smallest and lightest wearable VOC gas detector. When worker exposure exceeds pre-set limits Cub’s audible, vibrating, and flashing LED alarms alert you to the gases present. Readings are displayed on its bright, back-lit LCD display with selectable data logging time.

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Features

Cub’s patented photoionisation detection (PID) sensor technology has been independently verified as best performing for speed, accuracy, and humidity resistant operation.

The Cub personal VOC gas detector is available as a standard instrument with 10.6 eV lamp for accurately detecting a wide range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to parts-per-million (ppm) levels.

Also available from ION Science, the Cub TAC benzene detector.

Ultimate Performance

  • Unrivalled sensitivity detects down to ppb levels
  • Widest range detecting gases 0 to 5,000 ppm
  • In-built humidity resistance with no need to compensate
  • Measures 480 selectable compounds
  • Anti-contamination design for extended field operation

Ultimate Safety

  • Fast (<13 second) response to hazardous gases & vapours
  • Clear audio, visual and vibrating alarms
  • Large LCD display for clear readings
  • Battery life up to 12 hours
  • Meets ATEX, IECEx certification

Ultimate Flexibility

  • 2-year warranty when Cub registered online
  • Easy to service
  • Easily upgrade your instrument

Technical Specification

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Specification
Value
Sensitivity 0.001 ppm (isobutylene equivalent)*
0.002 mg/m3 (isobutylene equivalent)*
Accuracy 5,000 ppm
Response <13 seconds (T90)
Approvals 

ll 1 G Ex ia llC T4 Ga (-20 °C ≤ Ta ≤ 55 °C)

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IECEx BAS 11.0014

Battery Battery life up to 12 hours
Battery charge time 4 hours
PID lamp options 10.6 eV, 10.0 eV
Data Logging 30,000 readings
Communications USB 2.0
Alarms

LEDs, audio and vibrate Sounder 95 dB @ 300 mm

Pre-programmed TWA & STEL Work exposure alarm levels on all models

Temperature

Operating: -20 to 60 °C (-4 to 140 °F)

Certified: -20 to 55 °C (-4 to 131 °F)

Weight and Dimensions 111g (2.91 oz)
61 x 66 x 59 mm (2.4 x 2.6 x 2.3″)
Resolution

PPM 0.1 ppm

PPB 0.001 ppm

TAC 0.01 ppm

Range 0 – 5000 ppm
Calibration 2 point calibration via docking station
Upgradeable  Update PPM to PPB
IP Rating IP65** (heavy rain)
LCD Display Backlit multi colour
Flow Rate N/A (no pump)

All specifications quoted are at calibration point and under the same ambient conditions. Specifications are based on isobutylene calibration at 20 °C and 1000 mBar.
* Model dependant.
** IP65 with PTFE filter fitted, IP64 without PTFE filter fitted.

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Cub – Personal Gas Detector

The Cub personal gas detector is worn within the breathing zone to detect volatile organic compounds, keeping you safe within your working environment.

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Cub Personal VOC Gas Detector Accessories and Replacement Parts

There are a number of accessories and replacement parts available for the Cub wearable VOC gas detector, which can be found below. Please contact us if you would like more information or to place an order.

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