Automatic bump tests, calibration, reduced test gas consumption, short testing times and comprehensive documentation come standard in this new device from Dräger, the experts in gas detection.
The X-dock Manager software produces a detailed evaluation of the data in the calibration system and gas detection instruments, and presents the information in various graphics and statistical models – providing you with a comprehensive overview of all results. Multiple X-dock systems can be connected in a network giving all users access to data in a central database.
With a reduced gas flow (300 mL/min instead of 500 mL/min = 40 % decrease) per module, you save money on test gases. Short testing times also reduce the overall maintenance requirements. Dräger‘s patent pending innovative valve concept only needs one pump, which means less wear on parts for you. The valves automatically switch the test gases and the fresh air source as well.
All of the relevant data from the test is collected for detailed evaluations providing you with the tools for unparalleled analytics. The report wizard can be used to create customized reports and calibration certificates can be printed right at the stations via PostScript-compatible USB printers. Also documented are items such as instrument operational status and name of tester.
The Dräger X-dock comes in multiple configurations to allow for flexibility depending on the type of detection instrumentation being used.
The X-dock 5300 includes a master controller with a module for a single gas detection instrument in the X-am 1/2/5000 or Pac^1 family of products. The X-dock 6300 and 6600 versions can be configured freely. They consist of a master controller and can be expanded with up to 10 modules for X-am 1/2/5000 and/or Pac single gas detection instruments.
Up to 10 modules can be connected to the X-dock, allowing you to test gas detection instruments simultaneously or independently of each other. The automatic bump test also saves time, because the test only takes 8 to 15 seconds. All Dräger test gas cylinders are already stored in the database – just enter the part number to automatically fill the fields required for the gas configuration, eliminating the need for manual data entry.