Wireless EYAL (WDD-04) Monitoring System for Toxic Gases

Wireless EYAL Toxic Gas Monitering SystemThe EYAL Wireless Monitoring System is an instant, versatile, remote and real-time monitoring system for exposure of personnel, vehicles and static locations to toxic gases and radiation.

The System allows for instant, quantitative determination of exposure levels of multiple, remote sensing elements. The sensing elements continually transmit data, even while in motion, and can be switched easily to detect different gases by replacing the dosimeter card inside.

The EYAL system consists of multiple Sensors which continually transmit the exposure dose and the concentration of toxic gas around the Sensor to a Central Command for coordinated monitoring and response.

Includes

  • Small Lightweight Wireless Electronic Reader for Dosimeters
  • Provides a Record of Exposure to an Employees/Locations
  • Quantitative Digital Output of Exposure Dose to the Employee (Available with LCD Unit)
  • Employee Management Software Available
  • Works with all Available Dosimeters

Available Devices (Download the Datasheet)

DPEM-03 ThumbWireless EYAL Monitor with LCD (WDD-04L)

Wireless Quantitative Reader for ChemSee Dosimeters. Comes with Digital LCD Readout of Exposure Levels for Employees.  Also transmits wirelessly to a Central Recieving Unit which outputs the exposure dose on a nearby computer.

DPEM-04 ThumbWireless EYAL Monitor without LCD (WDD-04)

Wireless Quantitative Reader for ChemSee Dosimeters.  Transmits wirelessly to a Central Recieving Unit which outputs the exposure dose on a nearby computer.

The reader analyzes the difference in color between the sample and control portions of the dosimeter and calculates the exposure dose based on the toxic gas of interest.

ChemSee will provide a custom quote to address your specific monitoring needs, please Request a Quote and our representatives will contact you shortly.


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