- Designed to facilitate versatility. Satisfies many roles with different variants and system configurations.
- Indicates the presence of nerve, blood, blister & choking agents and level of threat.
- Provides a visual and audible alarm both locally and at remote locations
- Advanced chemical agent detector designed specifically for use both in vehicles and by dismounted troops
- Software variants can also indicate selected Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs).
- Operates continuously with quick response and clear down times
The GID-3 simultaneously detects chemical warfare agents in real time. Easy to use, rugged, reliable, battle proven and dependable, it is the world’s most comprehensively tested and widely deployed detector in current production. The unit can be installed in vehicles or deployed for use in man-portable or static locations.
When switched to the NASCAP configuration, augmented by radio modem and GPS, it can form part of a mobile or static network.
A variant is currently in service with the USA, DoD fulfilling the requirement of the M22 ACADA programme, having been selected after exhaustive competitive trials. Following on from its acceptance by the US DoD, GID-3 has been accepted widely into service throughout NATO and armed forces worldwide.
Easily reprogrammed to accommodate changing threats, augmented by vehicle mounts, through armour inlet assemblies, remote display units, radio modems and other ancillary items, GID-3 is the benchmark detector for point detection applications.
GID-3 is a trade mark of Smiths Detection
|Size:||Detector 27 x 18 x 16.6 cm
Battery Box & Battery 7.6 x 18 x 15 cm
Vehicle Mount 41 x 33 x 20 cm
|Weight||Detector only - 4.8Kgs, with battery - 6.4Kgs|
|Power:||The GID-3 system operates on standard Military Li SO2 and rechargeable batteries, standard military vehicle power ranging from 23V to 32V DC and commercially available power sources ranging from 90 to 266 V AC at 47 to 63Hz.|
|Agents detected:||GA, GB, GD, VX, HD and L. as standard, with options for certain other CWAs and TICs.|
|Alarm:||Audio and/or visible and remote|
|Temperature range:||-30°C to +52°C operating, -40°C to +70°C storage|
|Data outputs:||Communications port provides a data output in a RS232 format|
|Environmental||GID3 is largely designed with reference to MIL 810E. Reference is made to relevant paragraphs, test procedures, test parameters and other MIL specifications/documents, where appropriate.|
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