Mobile GC-MS with Real-Time Air Monitoring
Griffin G465

The FLIR Griffin G465 gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS) provides best-in-class chemical identification and is built to operate in vehicles. Like the G460, it contains a standard injection port and integrated universal sampling port. The addition of a heated sampling line enables survey mode for near real-time vapor threat identification. The G465 accurately identifies explosives, drugs, CWAs, and other chemicals. The simplified user interface gives field operators and scientists quick and accurate answers.

Specifications
SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Data Storage Data automatically stored on supplied laptop (500 gb)
Training Requirements
1-2 days depending on level of training desired; Operator, Developer, and Full System certifications available
Full specifications
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temp & Humidity 41 to 104 °F (5 to 40 °C); <85% relative humidity
Storage Temperature -13 to 131°F (-25 to 55°C)
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Dimensions (L x W x H) 19.2 x 19.2 in x 21.1 (48.8 x 48.8 x 53.6 cm)
Weight 99.5 lbs (45.0 kg)
Enclosure & Protection Rugged, internal shock mounting system; integrated vacuum system contains mini turbomolecular pump & quad diaphragm; no external shock table or vacuum system required
POWER
Cold Start Time <30 mins (includes automatic tuning/calibration)
Input Voltage 100–240 VAC; 24 VDC (+/- 5%, 25 A, 1000 W)
SAMPLING & ANALYSIS
Sample Introduction Split/splitless injector accepts: - Direct syringe injection (1 syringe included) - SPME fiber (optional) - Manual headspace sampler (optional) - Autosampler (optional) - PSI-Probe™ thermal separation via TAG™ (optional) - PSI-Probe thermal separation via GERSTEL-Twister® (optional) Universal Sampling Port with standard Tenax TA and Carboxen 1017 dual bed preconcentration tubes accepts: - Direct air intake onto precon tubes (adaptor included) - Griffin Purge and Trap for water analysis (optional) - Griffin X-Sorber handheld vapor sampler (optional) Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry (MIMS) Inlet: - Direct air intake for near real-time air monitoring capability.
Sample Phase Solid, liquid, and vapor
Sampling & Analysis Full identification in 4-15 mins for most chemicals, near real-time in survey mode
Threats Detects and identifies explosives, narcotics, CWAs, TICs, environmental pollutants, and other chemicals
SYSTEM INTERFACE
Communication Ethernet connection TCP/IP; remote operation and diagnostics
User Controls Griffin System Software (GSS); GriffinLib, NIST and AMDIS mass spectral libraries included; capable of user-defined library
Display and Alerts Full automation by connection with computer
TECHNOLOGY
Calibrant Onboard FC-43 (Perfluorotributylamine)
Carrier Gas Connection for external gas source (choice of He or H2); gas available from many vendors; H2 generator available
Detector Conversion dynode electron multiplier
Ionization Type Internal electron ionization (EI)
LTM - GC Column Standard VB-5MS (15M x .18mm x .18µm); others available; programmable 40 to 300 °C
Mass Range & Scan Rate 35-425 m/z; up to 10,000 m/z per second @ 20 points per m/z
Technology GC/MS; fully integrated low thermal mass gas chromatograph (LTM-GC) and MS/MS-capable ion trap mass analyzer

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