1ST Detect’s MMS 2000 is a highly selective and accurate process gas monitor designed to provide precise, real-time measurement of specific chemicals in a process stream.

This instrument is built for continuous, autonomous monitoring and recording of any excursions or environmental anomalies that can continuously report the abundance of a set of chemicals in order to optimize yield or identify out-of-spec conditions.

MMS 2000 data can be disseminated in accordance with a user-defined protocol, which can be broadcast to control rooms or mobile phones.

  • Selective, simple, and accurate process monitoring
  • Real-time monitoring of gas streams
  • No carrier gases required
  • Continuous monitoring
  • Operator controlled or autonomous unattended operation
  • Out-of-spec product alarms
  • Optional: Integrated gas chromatograph
  • Optional: Touchpanel display
  • Optional: NEMA 2 & NEMA 4X Enclosures
  • Optional: 4 – 20 mA outputs
  • MS/MS (MSn mode)
  • Fast analysis time
  • Affordable
  • Small footprint
  • Rapid sample throughput
  • High resolution
  • Wide mass range
  • Intuitive interface with programmable controls
  • Supports multiple data formats
  • Automatic mass calibration with internal standard
  • Low signal-to-noise-ratio
  • Customizable spectral export
  • Ethernet connectivity
  • Mass Range: 45–400 amu (standard)
    Custom ranges available 15–500 amu.
  • Resolution: Unit Mass
  • Max Scan Rate: 50k amu/sec
  • Scans/Sec: 1 spectra/sec (typical), 30 spectra/sec (maximum). Faster scan rates require special settings.
  • Sensitivity: Capillary 500 ppb, Preconcentrator 500 ppt using 30 sec sampling time. Measured at m/z = 91 amu xylene*.
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 24″ x 30″ x 12″ (61 cm x 76 cm x 31 cm)
    Dimensions can be customer-specific.
  • MS/MS Capable: No collisional gas or buffer gas required
  • Power: 225W
  • Input: Supplied Universal 110/220 VAC Supply or hardwired to line power
  • Ionization Mode: Electron Ionization
  • Ionization Source: Internal EI (optional photoionization)
  • Monitoring of Multiple Gases: User programmable

*Not for all possible analytes.