PrismaPlus QMG 220 F3, 1-300 amu PrismaPlus QMG 220 F3, 1-300 amu

PrismaPlus QMG 220 F3, 1-300 amu

$18,999.00

$16,999.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum Mass Spectrometer QMG 220 F3, PrismaPlus, 1-300 amu, open ion source, W, 200 °C, 0°, IO 220 module

Brochure: Prisma Plus 

 Features:

  • PrismaPlus® compact mass spectrometer
  • Quadera software for Windows XP Professional and Vista Ultimate
  • Leak detection and residual gas analysis routines launched by a simple mouse-click
  • Determination of gas concentrations by means of integrated matrix calculation
  • Lowest detectable partial pressure: 4 · 10-12 hPa
  • Ethernet networking
  • Analog and digital inputs and outputs
  • Connectable to a Pfeiffer Vacuum total pressure gauge
Bakeout temperature: analyzer 200 °C | 392 °F | 473 K
Connection
Connection, total pressure transmitter Connection for one ActiveLine- and DigiLine- gauge
Contribution to neighboring mass: 40 to 41 < 50 ppm
Detection limit 4 · 10-12 hPa | 3 · 10-12 Torr | 4 · 10-12 mbar
Detector Faraday
EMC EN 61326-1
Filament Tungsten
Flange (in) DN 40 CF-F
Input: Analog 5 x ± 10 V / 14 Bit
Input: Digital 4 + Ext_Protection, 24 V
Interfaces Ethernet
Ion source Open, 2 filaments
Mass range 1-300 amu
Measuring channels 128 pieces
Mounting orientation Any
Operating pressure max. 1 · 10-4 hPa | 7.5 · 10-5 Torr | 1 · 10-4 mbar
Operating temperature: analyzer 150 °C | 302 °F | 423 K
Operating temperature: electronics 0-40 °C | 32-104 °F | 273-313 K
Output: Analog 4 x 0-10 V / 12 Bit
Output: Digital 16 x Sink, optical insulated, 24 V
Peak ratio reproducibility ± 0.5 %
Resolution, adjustable at 10 % peak height 0.5 - 2.5 amu
Rod system: Diameter 6 mm | 0.24 inch
Rod system: Length 100 mm | 3.94 inch
Safety EN 61010-1 / IEC 1010
Scan speed: MID 2 ms - 60 s/amu
Scan speed: scan analog 20 ms - 60 s/amu
Scan speed: scan bargraph 20 ms - 60 s/amu
Sensitivity for Ar 3 · 10-4 A/hPa
Supply: Voltage 90-260 V AC
Temperature: Storage -25-70 °C | -13-158 °F | 248-343 K
Weight 2.6 kg | 5.73 lb

 Applications
Residual gas analysis in high vacuum

Quadrupole mass spectrometers with Faraday detectors are the preferred devices for qualitative analysis of the gas composition in a high-vacuum chamber.

Compared with vacuum gauges, quadrupole mass spectrometers offer a much greater wealth of information about the vacuum. A Faraday detector is often sufficient to obtain information about leaks, the release of water vapor or contamination with hydrocarbons under high vacuum. For this purpose, Pfeiffer Vacuum offers a range of quadrupole mass spectrometers with a variety of mass ranges and cathode materials.