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DRAEGER  8321007

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Draeger Pac 7000 small single gas detector for Organic Vapors (OV-A) 0-200 ppm for personal monitoring. TWA and STEL alarms. IP65. CE, ATEX, UL, IECEx, MED and ATEX Approvals. Class I, II Div 1.


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Small and robust, ergonomic and intuitive, economic and powerful the Dräger Pac 7000 is tailor-made for personal monitoring at the workplace. Featuring the latest sensor technology, this innovative single gas detector is equipped with a wide range of functions and is suitable for many different applications in day-to-day industrial settings.

The Dräger Pac 7000 detector is an impressive instrument, offering a high level of reliability and rapid warning against harmful concentrations of hydrogen sulfide, oxygen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, chlorine, hydrogen cyanide, ammonia, nitrogen dioxide, nitrogen monoxide, phosphine, or organic vapors.


Dräger Pac 7000’s impact-resistant housing features a protective rubber coating and is impervious to corrosive chemicals. Dräger Pac 7000 meets the requirements of IP 65 to ensure operation even when projected with water. The protection against electromagnetic effects has been optimized. A crocodile clip made of stainless steel is used to fasten the instrument securely to the wearer's clothing and can be rotated to allow for individual preferences. The two alarm lights are located on the corners of the instrument for 360° visibility.


The Dräger Pac 7000 features an unlimited lifetime and has been designed to ensure long-term operation. The battery and the sensor can be easily replaced on-site and without any additional equipment. Also, the dust and water filter on the front of the instrument can be replaced when clogged with dirt or mud. Unique to Dräger, an optional 5-year guaranty (filters and batteries need to be replaced at regular intervals) is available for the hydrogen sulfide, oxygen and carbon monoxide monitors.


Utilizing long-life, state-of-the-art Dräger XXS Sensor technology, the innovative Dräger Pac 7000 boasts both speed and reliability in regards to the measurement results. The small size of the sensor supports the application-oriented design of the instrument. Gas hazards that may occur are displayed immediately thanks to the very short diffusion paths inside the instrument and the extremely quick electrochemical reaction times achieved by the Dräger XXS Sensors.


Personnel safety is always the first priority. The sensor is positioned inside the housing such as to allow gas to reach it from above and from the front. This position also minimizes the danger of a gas inlet being accidentally covered by clothing.


Visual, vibrating and audible alarms are triggered when the two configurable alarm thresholds are exceeded or in the case of oxygen, when the levels fall below the set value. For optimum perception, a two-tone alarm is used. Furthermore, Dräger Pac 7000 features an adjustable TWA (time-weighted average) alarm and STEL (short-term exposure level) alarm. A warning is also given to indicate low battery levels or in the event of a device error.


Dräger Pac 7000 features a data logger in which all concentrations and events are stored together with their respective dates and times. The intervals are variable and can be adjusted by the user. If a one-minute interval is set, the data logger has a capacity of about five days. The stored data can be downloaded via a PC that has Dräger Pac Vision or Dräger CC-Vision software installed and edited using, for example, Microsoft® EXCEL® software. Alternatively, complete data evaluation is possible when the Dräger GasVision software is used.


Work safety in industrial settings relies on gas measurement equipment that functions properly. This is the reason why national regulations require regular function or bump tests to test the instrument’s functionality using a known gas concentration. Dräger Pac 7000 is designed to make bump testing easier by automating the bump test process when used in conjunction with the Dräger Bump Test Station.

The bump test mode is integrated within the instrument and can be individually configured to match specific safety regulations. For example, the instrument can inform the user when a function test is required and, if after a set period time, the function test has still not been performed; the instrument will automatically shut off. Additionally, when used with the Dräger Bump Test Station, Dräger Pac 7000 can be automatically calibrated after a failed bump test. This ensures the proper functioning of safety equipment.


Dräger Pac 7000 features an integrated menu from which the bump test mode, fresh air calibration and span calibration can be selected. Access to fresh air and span calibration can also be password protected.

The instrument is equipped with an infrared interface and can be linked to a PC via the connecting cradle or the Dräger E-Cal system. Dräger Pac Vision or Dräger CC Vision software can be installed on any PC to configure functions, as well as to calibrate and download the stored data.

  • High performance Dräger XXS Sensors
  • Optional 5-year guaranty for hydrogen sulfide, oxygen and carbon monoxide monitors
  • Automatic function test with Dräger Bump Test Station
  • Optional calibration function after a failed function test
  • Adjustable bump test interval
  • Unlimited lifetime with simple battery, sensor and filter replacement
  • Integrated data logger
  • Gas inflow from above and the front
  • Adjustable TWA and STEL alarms
  • Record of the peak concentration

Dimensions (W x H x D) 84 x 64 x 25 mm; 3.3 x 2.5 x 1.0 in.
Weight 120 g; 3.8 oz.
Ambient conditions Temperature -30 - 50 °C; -20 - 120 °F
Pressure 700 - 1300 hPa
Humidity 10 - 90 % r. h.
Ingress protection IP 65
Display Language-free LCD display, continuous indication of concentration, peak concentration, TWA- and STEL-concentration, operating time, notice and alarm functions
Typical battery life 5500 hours (O 2 version: 2700 hours)
Acoustic alarm Two-tone-alarm, typical > 90 dB at a distance of 30 cm
Data logger Storage of concentration und events with date and time (120 hours @ 1 data set per minute)
Approvals CE-Sign (89/336/EEC, 94/9/EC)
ATEX II 1 G EEx ia IIC, T4
ATEX I M 1 EEx ia I, T 4
UL Class I, II, Div 1, Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, Temp. Code T4
cUL Class I, II, Div 1, Group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, Temp. Code T4
IECEx EEx ia IIC, T4
Marine Equipment Directive 96/98/EC
Measurement Performance Certificate (acc. to ATEX) EN 45544 (CO, H 2 S), EN 50104 (0 2 ), EN 50271

    8318587 Communication Cradle for PC with USB Cable, Interface for CC-Vision communication with the Pac 3500/5500/7000 Single-gas Monitors ..

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DRAEGER  8321006

Draeger Pac 7000 small single gas detector for Organic Vapors (OV) 0-200 ppm for personal monitoring. TWA and STEL alarms. IP65. CE, ATEX, UL, IECEx, MED and ATEX Approvals. Class I, II Div 1.