Overview

Assess and respond quickly to the release of toxic and radioactive substances with this turnkey system. The AreaRAE Rapid Deployment Kit (RDK) includes four versatile GPS-enabled AreaRAE monitors, RAEMet (AreaRAE Pro RDK only), a RAELink3 wireless router built in and all the necessary accessories for field operation. With The RDK, you have everything you need to create a perimeter and set up a command station up to two miles from the site. It all fits into a military-grade protective case, which charges all the batteries during storage.

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  • Turnkey system for detection of hazardous toxic chemicals and radioactivity
  • Includes 4 AreaRAE monitors and RDK Ruggedized Host Controller (Not the case for AreaRAE Plus / AreaRAE Pro)
  • Up to 2 miles (3km) range for ISM 900Mhz
  • Up to 1.2 miles (2km) range for ISM 2.4Ghz
  • Push data to any location via ProRAE Guardian
  • Military-grade case
  • Device batteries charged during storage
  • Easy to transport
  • Standard GPS enable units (AreaRAE Plus / AreaRAE Pro) and Optional for other monitors
  • Scales up to 64 remote devices

  • AreaRAE Plus Brochure (3.23 MB)
  • AreaRAE Plus Data Sheet (568.09 KB)
  • AreaRAE Pro Brochure (2.86 MB)
  • AreaRAE Pro Data Sheet (534.02 KB)
  • AreaRAE Video Presentation (90.3 MB)
  • AreaRAE Steel Manual (1.18 MB)
  • AP-000: RAE Systems PID Training Outline (3.3 MB)
  • AP-201: Measuring Ammonia (NH3) with Photoionization Detectors (PIDs) (1.09 MB)
  • AP-203: PIDs as a HazMat Response Tool (3.36 MB)
  • AP-204: Pulp & Paper: Measuring Turpentine & ClO2 (2.88 MB)
  • AP-205: Measuring Heat Transfer Fluids with a PID (2.69 MB)
  • AP-211: PIDs for Continuous Monitoring of VOCs (1.75 MB)
  • AP-215: Gas Detection in the Marine Industries (1.74 MB)
  • AP-216: Using PIDs in Terrorist Chemical Attacks (1.92 MB)
  • AP-221: Using PIDs to Assess Exposure Risk in Unknown Environments (1.33 MB)
  • AP-228: Facility and Venue Protection (1.29 MB)
  • AP-229: AreaRAEs for Incident Response & Law Enforcement (1.79 MB)
  • AP-235: Measurement of PGMEA Using Photoionization Detectors (748.71 KB)
  • TN-106: A Guideline for PID Instrument Response (1.45 MB)
  • TN-114: Sensor Specifications and Cross-Sensitivities (793.38 KB)
  • TN-120: Measuring PID Correction Factors for Volatile Compounds with RAE Systems Instruments (622.8 KB)
  • TN-121: CO Sensor Cross-Sensitivity and Removal with a Charcoal Filter (2.24 MB)
  • TN-123: Special Diagnostic Modes for RAE Systems Instruments (2.31 MB)
  • TN-130: Setting Alarm Limits for Mixtures (2.08 MB)
  • TN-144: Handling LEL Sensor Poisons (1.85 MB)
  • TN-146: Turning on UV Lamps in a PID Monitor (1.83 MB)
  • TN-148: Defining the Interval Between Calibration Checks (1.86 MB)
  • TN-152: Effects of Operating Conditions on Oxygen Sensors (1.81 MB)
  • TN-156 Correction Factors for Combustible Gas (LEL) Sensors (604.35 KB)
  • TN-157: Moisture Exchange Tubes for Humidity Control of Test Gases (2.04 MB)
  • TN-158: Conversion of PID Readings to Methane Equivalent or Hexane Equivalent FID Response (1.89 MB)
  • TN-159: Chemical Warfare Agent Measurements by PID (1.74 MB)
  • TN-161: Intrinsic Safety and Hazardous Locations (1.68 MB)
  • TN-163: Addressing MiniRAE 2000 Moisture Sensitivity (3.09 MB)
  • TN-165: Combating Drift in Portable and Fixed PIDs (1.74 MB)
  • TN-167: Proper Use of Dilution Fittings on Pumped Monitors (1.84 MB)
  • TN-174: Decontamination Procedures for Monitors Exposed to Chemical Warfare Agents (1.53 MB)
  • TN-178: Humidity Filtering II Tube for PID Measurements in Humid Environments (1.77 MB)
  • TN-182: Basics of Wireless Security (1.64 MB)

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