Optical spectroscopy, is a very powerful technic for toxic gas analysis. It enables measurements of light ab-sorption, emission, scattering and rotation, significant structural data and chemical definition of these. Each element of an optical filter series transmits the filtered light to the matching element of a photodetector series. It uses a Fourier transform infrared microscope (FTIR) to record the optical power transmitted from each filter.
This data is transferred to an RLS algorithm estimating incident spectrum with transfer spectrums of this filter and reconfigures transfer spectrum and infrared light source spectrum of our FTIR. An algorithm is used for matching the spectrums recorded in the library, including common chemical war agents and toxic industrial chemicals. TICs (Toxic Industrial Chemicals) detector is designed to give alarm in cases of detection automatic control of NH3, AsH3, CS2, HCN, HNO3, HCN2, PCI3 and SO2 amongst Toxic Industrial Substances and in case threshold values of hazardous substance concentrations are exceeded. CWA (Chemical War Agents) detector is desig-ned to automatically control nerve gases (GA, GB, GD, GF, VX) and blister gases (HD ve L) amongst Chemical War Substances and warn the user in case threshold values of chemical agent concentrations are exceeded
Chemical Detector also gives warning for VOC**, VVOC*, LEL, Oxygen, sulphuredioxide and phosphate Gases.
+15°C – +65°C
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CAN J1939, RS485