Measurement GasMethane※ All-in-one and slim hard case
- Secure durability
- Fixed and movable type(easy to attach and detach)

※ Improve productivity through easy operation
- Does not require skilled
- operation of examiners

※ Adopt LASER Sensor
- Do not require hydrogen fuel
- Enhance maintenance and stability

※ Providing tablets and applications
- Measurement location andn route record using GPS
- Real-time measurement and data saving

※ Improved performance with two laser sensors
Detection MethodTunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy
Measurement Range0~Over 40,000ppm
Display- Display of measured values and graphs
- Display measurement path and detection position on map
-Alarmed by gauge bar and sound
Inhalation MethodBuil-in bumper or detection bar
Driving speed~ 40km/h (Depends on detection density)
PowerUse DC12V vehicle battery power
(Use of DC12V battery power for vehicle)
Communication methodBluetooth, GPS

Gas leak test equipment for vehicles runs on a wide range of roads that is impossible to walk on and inspects gas pipelines for leaks.
Tracer LASER is a lightweight/miniaturized product with an integrated hard case, and with two sensors, it is possible to quickly detect even a small gas leak.
Tracer LASER uses the next-generation infrared laser optical method (TDLAS) to quickly and easily inspect gas leaks, and it can be linked with an Android tablet for real-time monitoring, data storage, and output.

How-to video

Vehicle-mounted methane gas leak test equipment + ethane TRACR LASER-N

As with the existing TRACER LASER product, it is an equipment that moves to a vehicle and inspects for methane leaks. But specifically, this instrument can acquire sample gas and check (not analyze) for the presence of ethane on-site immediately. A groundbreaking function has been added to verify whether natural gas is natural gas even at a very low detection concentration of 1/3 or less than before through sample inspection. Therefore, it is possible to perform both vehicle methane inspection and ethane gas check in the sample gas with one device.