Eagle 2

Common Configurations


The EAGLE 2 is the solution for just about any portable gas monitoring situation. Equipped with features that are not available on competitive units, the EAGLE 2 is a powerful instrument that does more than just offer the standard confined space protection for LEL, O2, H2S and CO. The EAGLE 2 offers easy access to controls such as autocalibration, alarm silence, demand zero, peak hold, and methane elimination. Each channel has two alarm levels plus TWA and STEL alarms for toxic channels. The two alarm levels are user adjustable and can be latching or self resetting.

The EAGLE 2 available features include a PID sensor for detecting high or low ppm levels (0-50 & 0-2,000) of VOC gases; % volume capability for CH4 and H2 using a TC  (thermal conductivity) sensor; PPM or LEL hydrocarbon detection at the push of a button; infrared sensors for CO2 (ppm or % volume), methane or hydrocarbons in LEL and % volume ranges; methane elimination feature for environmental applications; and a variety of super toxic gases. The EAGLE 2 has a strong internal pump with a low flow auto pump shut off and alarm, which can draw samples from up to 125 feet. This allows for quick response and recovery from distant sampling locations. The EAGLE 2 will continuously operate for over 18 hours on alkaline batteries or 20 hours on NiMH. A variety of accessories are also available to help satisfy almost any application such as long sample hoses, special float probes for tank testing, and dilution fittings, just to name a few. Datalogging is a standard feature for all sensors on all versions.

The PID sensor is capable of detecting high or low ppm levels (0-50 & 0-2,000) of VOC gases. Other smart sensors include % volume capability for CH4 and H2 using a TC (thermal conductivity) sensor; ppm or LEL hydrocarbon detection at the push of a button; infrared sensors for CO2 (ppm or % volume), methane or hydrocarbons in LEL and % volume ranges; Optional LEL / ppm H2 specific sensor, methane elimination feature for environmental applications; and a variety of super toxic gases. EAGLE 2 is a powerful instrument that does more than just offer the standard confined space protection for LEL, O2, H2S and CO. Made In U.S.A
  • PID (Photoionization Detector)
    • Low or high range for VOC detection
    • Humidity and contamination resistant
  • Infrared (IR) CO2, % LEL CH4, % Vol. CH4, % LEL HC, % Vol. HC
  • Thermal Conductivity (TC) % Vol. H2, % Vol. CH4
  • Smart toxic, plug and play sensors NH3, AsH3, Cl2, HCN, PH3, & SO2
Enclosure Weatherproof, chemical resistant, RFI / EMI coated high impact polycarbonate-PBT blend. Can operate in 2.0” of water without leakage. Ergonomically balanced with rugged top mounted handle. Water & dust resistant equivalent to IP64.
Dimensions 9.5” L x 5.25” W x 5.875” H
Weight 3.8 Lbs (standard 4 gas with batteries).
Detection Principle Catalytic combustion, electrochemical cell, galvanic cell, infrared, Photoionization detector, and thermal conductivity.
Sampling Method Powerful, long-life internal pump (over 6,000 hours) can draw samples over 125 feet. Flow rate approximately 2.0 SCFH.
Display 3 display modes: display all gases, large font-autoscroll, or large font-manual scroll. Polyurethane protected overlay. Backlight, illuminates for alarms and by demand, with adjustable time.
Language Readout can display in 5 languages (English, French, German, Italian, or Spanish).
Alarms 2 Alarms per channel plus TWA and STEL alarms for toxics. The two alarms are fully adjustable for levels, latching or self reset, and silenceable.
Alarm Method Buzzer 95 dB at 30 cm, four high intensity LED’s.
Controls 4 External glove friendly push buttons for operation, demand zero, and autocalibration. Buttons also access LEL/ppm, alarm silence, peak hold, TWA/STEL values, battery status, conversion factors, and many other features.
Continuous Operation At 70°F, 18 hours using alkaline batteries, or 20 hours using NiMH.
Power Source 4 alkaline or NiMH, size C batteries (Charger has alkaline recognition to prevent battery damage if charging is attempted with alkalines).
Operating Temp. & Humidity -20°C to 50°C (-4°F to 122°F), 0 to 95% RH, non-condensing.
Environmental IP-64
Response Time 30 Seconds to 90% (for most gases) using standard 5 ft hose.
Safety Rating Intrinsically Safe, Class I, Groups A, B, C, D. Approvals: CSA / CE
Standard Accessories Shoulder strap, alkaline batteries, hydrophobic probe, and 5 foot hose, internal hydrophobic filter.
Optional Accessories • Dilution fitting (50/50) • NiMH batteries • Battery charger, 115 VAC, 220 VAC, or 12 VDC (charge time 4 hours) • Continuous operation adapter, 115 VAC or 12 VDC • Extension hoses • IRDA cable for datalogging download
Warranty Two year material and workmanship, one year for PID sensor.

Gases & Detectable Ranges

The EAGLE 2 can be configured with up to 6 gas sensors from the list below.
Gas Measuring Range Accuracy * Which ever is greater
Gases & Detectable Ranges
Standard Confined Space Gases
Hydrocarbons (CH4, std) 0 – 100% LEL ± 5% of reading or ± 2% LEL (*)
0 – 5% Vol. (CH4)
0 – 50,000 ppm ± 50 ppm or ± 5% of reading (*)
Oxygen (O2) 0 – 40% Vol. ± 0.5% O2
Carbon Monoxide (CO) 0 – 500 ppm ± 5% of reading or ± 5 ppm CO (*)
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) 0 – 100 ppm ± 5% of reading or ± 2 ppm H2S (*)
Toxics
Ammonia (NH3) 0 – 75 ppm ± 10% of reading or ± 5% of full scale (*)
Arsine (AsH3) 0 – 1.5 ppm
Chlorine (Cl2) 0 – 3 ppm
Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN) 0 – 15 ppm
Phosphine (PH3) 0 – 1 ppm
Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) 0 – 6 ppm
IR Sensors
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) 0 – 10,000 ppm 0 – 5% Vol. 0 – 60% Vol. ± 5% of reading or ± 2% of full scale (*)
Methane (CH4) 0 – 100% LEL/ 0 – 100% Vol.
Hydrocarbons 0 – 100% LEL/ 0 – 30% Vol.
PID Sensors
VOC 0 – 2,000 ppm 0 – 50 ppm
TC Sensors
Methane (CH4) 0 – 100% Vol. ± 5% of reading or ± 2% of full scale (*)
Hydrogen (H2) 0 – 10% Vol. 0 – 100% Vol.
Hydrogen Specific
Hydrogen (H2) 0-100% LEL 0-40,000 ppm ± 5% of reading or ± 2% of full scale (*)

EAGLE 2 PID Response Factors for VOCs

Photoionization detectors are calibrated using isobutylene, but PID is a broadband VOC detection technique, with a sensitivity that differs for each VOC. If you know what VOC you are detecting, then the table below will allow you to calculate the concentration for your specific VOC. Remember, these are approximate values, so for best accuracy you should calibrate with the relevant VOC. Multiply the indicated concentration by the appropriate Relative Response value to provide an estimate of actual VOC concentration. 
Special Features
  • Low flow alarm shuts pump off to avoid damage to instrument.
  • Hydrophobic filter disc in probe.
  • Internal hydrophobic filter.
  • Single gas calibration capability.
  • Methane elimination feature for environmental applications.
  • Security Password protected.
  • Meets EPA Method 21 protocol for fugitive emissions testing (most applications).
  • Plug and play toxic sensors.
  • Datalogging available for all configurations.
  • Transformer gas testing version available.