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Portables

AreaRAE Rapid Deployment Kit (RDK)

Rapidly deployable wireless gas detection for hazardous threats

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.Features and Benefits:
  • 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
Application:
  • CBRNE
  • Clandestine Labs
  • Emergency Response
  • Environmental Cleanups/ Remediation
  • Fence Line Monitoring
  • Hazmat Response
  • Plant Shutdown & Turn-Around
  • Urban Search & Rescue
  • Venue Protection

Brand

  • Brand
    • RAE

Category

  • Sub-Category
    • Transportable

Dimension & Weight

  • Instrument Size
    • 12.36” x 12.04” x 6.53”

Range

  • Sensor Range
    • VOC (0-2000ppm), LEL (0-100%LEL), CO2 (0-50000ppm), NH3 (0-100ppm), CO (0-2000ppm), Cl2 (0-50ppm), ETO (0-500ppm), H2 (0-2000ppm), HCL (0-15ppm), HCN (0-50ppm), HF (0.5-10ppm), H2S (0-1000ppm), O2 (0-30%), SO2 (0-20ppm), NO (0-250ppm), NO2 (0-20ppm), PH3 (0-20ppm), Gamma (0.01 μSv/h to 0.2 mSv/h)
  • Humidity Range
    • 0%-95%

Alarm

  • Alarm Type
    • Audible, Visual, Vibrating

Battery & Charging

  • Battery Run Time
    • 12-20

Certifications

  • Standards
    • US and Canada: Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D

Datalogging

  • Datalogging
    • Continuous data logging (90 days for 7 gas sensors, 1 Gamma

Features & Benefits

  • Benefits
    • Delivers real-time readings to Honeywell’s remote monitoring software, so you can instantly determine the location and severity of a threat

Options

  • User Options
    • 3 operation and programming keys

Warranty

  • Warranty
    • Four years for O2 Liquid Oxygen sensors

Wireless

  • Wireless Technology
    • BLE, MESH, WiFi

Additional Specifications

  • Ingress Protection
    • IP65
  • Gas Type
    • VOC, LEL, CO2, NH3, CO, Cl2, ETO, H2, HCL, HCN, HF, H2S, O2, SO2, NO, NO2, PH3, Gamma

Temperature

  • Minimum Temperature
    • -20 degree Celsius
    • -4 degree Fahrenheit

Others

  • Sampling Pump Range
    • 100ft (30m)
  • Weight
    • 6.5 keg
    • 14.33 US Pound
  • Maximum Temperature
    • 140 degree Fahrenheit
    • 60 degree Celsius

Brand

  • Brand
    • RAE

Category

  • Sub-Category
    • Transportable

Dimension & Weight

  • Instrument Size
    • 12.36” x 12.04” x 6.53”

Range

  • Sensor Range
    • VOC (0-2000ppm), LEL (0-100%LEL), CO2 (0-50000ppm), NH3 (0-100ppm), CO (0-2000ppm), Cl2 (0-50ppm), ETO (0-500ppm), H2 (0-2000ppm), HCL (0-15ppm), HCN (0-50ppm), HF (0.5-10ppm), H2S (0-1000ppm), O2 (0-30%), SO2 (0-20ppm), NO (0-250ppm), NO2 (0-20ppm), PH3 (0-20ppm), Gamma (0.01 μSv/h to 0.2 mSv/h)
  • Humidity Range
    • 0%-95%

Alarm

  • Alarm Type
    • Audible, Visual, Vibrating

Battery & Charging

  • Battery Run Time
    • 12-20

Certifications

  • Standards
    • US and Canada: Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D

Datalogging

  • Datalogging
    • Continuous data logging (90 days for 7 gas sensors, 1 Gamma

Features & Benefits

  • Benefits
    • Delivers real-time readings to Honeywell’s remote monitoring software, so you can instantly determine the location and severity of a threat

Options

  • User Options
    • 3 operation and programming keys

Warranty

  • Warranty
    • Four years for O2 Liquid Oxygen sensors

Wireless

  • Wireless Technology
    • BLE, MESH, WiFi

Additional Specifications

  • Ingress Protection
    • IP65
  • Gas Type
    • VOC, LEL, CO2, NH3, CO, Cl2, ETO, H2, HCL, HCN, HF, H2S, O2, SO2, NO, NO2, PH3, Gamma

Temperature

  • Minimum Temperature
    • -20 degree Celsius
    • -4 degree Fahrenheit

Others

  • Sampling Pump Range
    • 100ft (30m)
  • Weight
    • 6.5 keg
    • 14.33 US Pound
  • Maximum Temperature
    • 140 degree Fahrenheit
    • 60 degree Celsius
  • Brand : RAE
  • Sub-Category : Transportable
  • Instrument Size : 12.36” x 12.04” x 6.53”
  • Sensor Range : VOC (0-2000ppm), LEL (0-100%LEL), CO2 (0-50000ppm), NH3 (0-100ppm), CO (0-2000ppm), Cl2 (0-50ppm), ETO (0-500ppm), H2 (0-2000ppm), HCL (0-15ppm), HCN (0-50ppm), HF (0.5-10ppm), H2S (0-1000ppm), O2 (0-30%), SO2 (0-20ppm), NO (0-250ppm), NO2 (0-20ppm), PH3 (0-20ppm), Gamma (0.01 μSv/h to 0.2 mSv/h)
  • Humidity Range : 0%-95%
  • Alarm Type : Audible, Visual, Vibrating
  • Battery Run Time : 12-20
  • Standards : US and Canada: Class 1, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
  • Datalogging : Continuous data logging (90 days for 7 gas sensors, 1 Gamma
  • Benefits : Delivers real-time readings to Honeywell’s remote monitoring software, so you can instantly determine the location and severity of a threat
  • User Options : 3 operation and programming keys
  • Warranty : Four years for O2 Liquid Oxygen sensors
  • Wireless Technology : BLE, MESH, WiFi
  • Ingress Protection : IP65
  • Gas Type : VOC, LEL, CO2, NH3, CO, Cl2, ETO, H2, HCL, HCN, HF, H2S, O2, SO2, NO, NO2, PH3, Gamma
  • Maximum Temperature : 140 degree Fahrenheit|60 degree Celsius
  • Sampling Pump Range : 100ft (30m)
  • Minimum Temperature : -20 degree Celsius|-4 degree Fahrenheit
  • Weight : 6.5 keg|14.33 US Pound
Data Sheet
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
AreaRAE Plus Datasheet
application/pdf 569.87 KB
7/15/2021
569.87 KB
AreaRAE Pro Data Sheet
application/pdf 537.7 KB
7/15/2021
537.7 KB
Manuals and Guides
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro QuickStart Guide
application/pdf 689.87 KB
1/4/2022
689.87 KB
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro User's Guide
application/pdf 5.65 MB
1/4/2022
5.65 MB
Brochure
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
AreaRAE Plus Brochure
application/pdf 3.23 MB
7/15/2021
3.23 MB
AreaRAE Pro Brochure
application/pdf 2.87 MB
7/15/2021
2.87 MB
Technical Note
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Technical Note 165 Combating Drift In Portable And Fixed PIDs
application/pdf 930.69 KB
7/15/2021
930.69 KB
Proper Use Of Dilution Fittings On Pumped Monitors Technical Note 167
application/pdf 1.02 MB
7/15/2021
1.02 MB
Moisture Exchange Tubes For Humidity Control Of Test Gases Technical Note 157
application/pdf 1.08 MB
7/15/2021
1.08 MB
Technical Note 132 Upgrading Firmware On RAE Systems Instruments
application/pdf 820.7 KB
9/14/2022
820.7 KB
Technical Note 178 Humidity Filtering II Tube For PID Measurements In Humid Environments
application/pdf 1.09 MB
2/8/2022
1.09 MB
Technical Note 158_Conversion Of PID Readings To Methane Equivalent Or Hexane Equivalent FID Response
application/pdf 950.72 KB
7/15/2021
950.72 KB
Technical Note 114 Sensor Specifications and Cross-Sensitivities
application/pdf 795.02 KB
7/15/2021
795.02 KB
A Guideline for Pid Instrument Response
application/pdf 1.45 MB
8/3/2022
1.45 MB
Technical Note 144 Handling LEL Sensor Poisons
application/pdf 802.28 KB
8/3/2022
802.28 KB
Technical Note 163 Addressing PID Instruments Moisture Sensitivity
application/pdf 944.51 KB
7/15/2021
944.51 KB
Technical Note 130 Setting Alarm Limits For Mixtures
application/pdf 788.83 KB
7/15/2021
788.83 KB
Technical Note 174Decontamination Procedures For Monitors Exposed To Chemical Warfare Agents
application/pdf 814.89 KB
7/15/2021
814.89 KB
Technical Note 146 Turning On UV Lamps In A PID Monitor
application/pdf 787.55 KB
7/15/2021
787.55 KB
Technical Note 121 CO Sensor Cross Sensitivity And Removal With A Charcoal Filter
application/pdf 785.04 KB
8/3/2022
785.04 KB
Technical Note 148 Defining The Interval Between Calibration Checks
application/pdf 839.32 KB
8/3/2022
839.32 KB
Technical Note 152 Effects Of Operating Conditions On Oxygen Sensors
application/pdf 839.29 KB
8/3/2022
839.29 KB
Technical Note 156 Correction Factors For Combustible Gas LEL Sensors 20022016
application/pdf 609.21 KB
7/15/2021
609.21 KB
Technical Note 159 Chemical Warfare Agent Measurements By PID
application/pdf 884.91 KB
7/15/2021
884.91 KB
White Paper
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Application Note 204 - Pulp & Paper: Measuring Turpentine & ClO2
application/pdf 949.42 KB
7/15/2021
949.42 KB
Application Note
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Application Note 205 - Measuring Heat Transfer Fluids With A PID
application/pdf 831.7 KB
7/15/2021
831.7 KB
Application Note 215: Gas Detection In The Marine Industries
application/pdf 889.61 KB
7/15/2021
889.61 KB
Application Note 221: Using PIDs To Assess Exposure Risk In Unknown Environments
application/pdf 964.88 KB
7/15/2021
964.88 KB
Application Note 203: PIDs As HazMat Response Tools
application/pdf 1.26 MB
7/15/2021
1.26 MB
Measurement Of PGMEA Using Photoionization Detectors_12-11
application/pdf 750.69 KB
7/15/2021
750.69 KB
Application Note 211 - PIDs For Continuous Monitoring Of VOCs
application/pdf 826.34 KB
7/15/2021
826.34 KB
Application Note 228 - Facility and Venue Protection
application/pdf 1.1 MB
7/15/2021
1.1 MB
Application Note 216: Using PIDs In Terrorist Chemical Attacks
application/pdf 1.07 MB
7/15/2021
1.07 MB
Application Note 000: RAE Systems PID Overview
application/pdf 1.1 MB
7/15/2021
1.1 MB
Application Note 201: Measuring Ammonia (NH3) With Photoionization Detectors
application/pdf 655.59 KB
7/15/2021
655.59 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Technical Note 165 Combating Drift In Portable And Fixed PIDs
930.69 KB
7/15/2021
930.69 KB
Application Note 205 - Measuring Heat Transfer Fluids With A PID
831.7 KB
7/15/2021
831.7 KB
Proper Use Of Dilution Fittings On Pumped Monitors Technical Note 167
1.02 MB
7/15/2021
1.02 MB
Moisture Exchange Tubes For Humidity Control Of Test Gases Technical Note 157
1.08 MB
7/15/2021
1.08 MB
Application Note 215: Gas Detection In The Marine Industries
889.61 KB
7/15/2021
889.61 KB
AreaRAE Plus Brochure
3.23 MB
7/15/2021
3.23 MB
Technical Note 132 Upgrading Firmware On RAE Systems Instruments
820.7 KB
9/14/2022
820.7 KB
Technical Note 178 Humidity Filtering II Tube For PID Measurements In Humid Environments
1.09 MB
2/8/2022
1.09 MB
AreaRAE Plus Datasheet
569.87 KB
7/15/2021
569.87 KB
Technical Note 158_Conversion Of PID Readings To Methane Equivalent Or Hexane Equivalent FID Response
950.72 KB
7/15/2021
950.72 KB
Technical Note 114 Sensor Specifications and Cross-Sensitivities
795.02 KB
7/15/2021
795.02 KB
A Guideline for Pid Instrument Response
1.45 MB
8/3/2022
1.45 MB
Application Note 221: Using PIDs To Assess Exposure Risk In Unknown Environments
964.88 KB
7/15/2021
964.88 KB
Technical Note 144 Handling LEL Sensor Poisons
802.28 KB
8/3/2022
802.28 KB
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro QuickStart Guide
689.87 KB
1/4/2022
689.87 KB
Technical Note 163 Addressing PID Instruments Moisture Sensitivity
944.51 KB
7/15/2021
944.51 KB
Application Note 203: PIDs As HazMat Response Tools
1.26 MB
7/15/2021
1.26 MB
AreaRAE Pro Data Sheet
537.7 KB
7/15/2021
537.7 KB
Technical Note 130 Setting Alarm Limits For Mixtures
788.83 KB
7/15/2021
788.83 KB
Technical Note 174Decontamination Procedures For Monitors Exposed To Chemical Warfare Agents
814.89 KB
7/15/2021
814.89 KB
Technical Note 146 Turning On UV Lamps In A PID Monitor
787.55 KB
7/15/2021
787.55 KB
Measurement Of PGMEA Using Photoionization Detectors_12-11
750.69 KB
7/15/2021
750.69 KB
Technical Note 121 CO Sensor Cross Sensitivity And Removal With A Charcoal Filter
785.04 KB
8/3/2022
785.04 KB
Application Note 211 - PIDs For Continuous Monitoring Of VOCs
826.34 KB
7/15/2021
826.34 KB
Application Note 228 - Facility and Venue Protection
1.1 MB
7/15/2021
1.1 MB
Application Note 204 - Pulp & Paper: Measuring Turpentine & ClO2
949.42 KB
7/15/2021
949.42 KB
Application Note 216: Using PIDs In Terrorist Chemical Attacks
1.07 MB
7/15/2021
1.07 MB
Application Note 000: RAE Systems PID Overview
1.1 MB
7/15/2021
1.1 MB
Technical Note 148 Defining The Interval Between Calibration Checks
839.32 KB
8/3/2022
839.32 KB
Technical Note 152 Effects Of Operating Conditions On Oxygen Sensors
839.29 KB
8/3/2022
839.29 KB
Technical Note 156 Correction Factors For Combustible Gas LEL Sensors 20022016
609.21 KB
7/15/2021
609.21 KB
AreaRAE Pro Brochure
2.87 MB
7/15/2021
2.87 MB
Technical Note 159 Chemical Warfare Agent Measurements By PID
884.91 KB
7/15/2021
884.91 KB
Application Note 201: Measuring Ammonia (NH3) With Photoionization Detectors
655.59 KB
7/15/2021
655.59 KB
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro User's Guide
5.65 MB
1/4/2022
5.65 MB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
AreaRAE Plus Datasheet
569.87 KB
7/15/2021
AreaRAE Pro Data Sheet
537.7 KB
7/15/2021
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro QuickStart Guide
689.87 KB
1/4/2022
AreaRAE Plus & AreaRAE Pro User's Guide
5.65 MB
1/4/2022
AreaRAE Plus Brochure
3.23 MB
7/15/2021
AreaRAE Pro Brochure
2.87 MB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 165 Combating Drift In Portable And Fixed PIDs
930.69 KB
7/15/2021
Proper Use Of Dilution Fittings On Pumped Monitors Technical Note 167
1.02 MB
7/15/2021
Moisture Exchange Tubes For Humidity Control Of Test Gases Technical Note 157
1.08 MB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 132 Upgrading Firmware On RAE Systems Instruments
820.7 KB
9/14/2022
Technical Note 178 Humidity Filtering II Tube For PID Measurements In Humid Environments
1.09 MB
2/8/2022
Technical Note 158_Conversion Of PID Readings To Methane Equivalent Or Hexane Equivalent FID Response
950.72 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 114 Sensor Specifications and Cross-Sensitivities
795.02 KB
7/15/2021
A Guideline for Pid Instrument Response
1.45 MB
8/3/2022
Technical Note 144 Handling LEL Sensor Poisons
802.28 KB
8/3/2022
Technical Note 163 Addressing PID Instruments Moisture Sensitivity
944.51 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 130 Setting Alarm Limits For Mixtures
788.83 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 174Decontamination Procedures For Monitors Exposed To Chemical Warfare Agents
814.89 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 146 Turning On UV Lamps In A PID Monitor
787.55 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 121 CO Sensor Cross Sensitivity And Removal With A Charcoal Filter
785.04 KB
8/3/2022
Technical Note 148 Defining The Interval Between Calibration Checks
839.32 KB
8/3/2022
Technical Note 152 Effects Of Operating Conditions On Oxygen Sensors
839.29 KB
8/3/2022
Technical Note 156 Correction Factors For Combustible Gas LEL Sensors 20022016
609.21 KB
7/15/2021
Technical Note 159 Chemical Warfare Agent Measurements By PID
884.91 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 204 - Pulp & Paper: Measuring Turpentine & ClO2
949.42 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 205 - Measuring Heat Transfer Fluids With A PID
831.7 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 215: Gas Detection In The Marine Industries
889.61 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 221: Using PIDs To Assess Exposure Risk In Unknown Environments
964.88 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 203: PIDs As HazMat Response Tools
1.26 MB
7/15/2021
Measurement Of PGMEA Using Photoionization Detectors_12-11
750.69 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 211 - PIDs For Continuous Monitoring Of VOCs
826.34 KB
7/15/2021
Application Note 228 - Facility and Venue Protection
1.1 MB
7/15/2021
Application Note 216: Using PIDs In Terrorist Chemical Attacks
1.07 MB
7/15/2021
Application Note 000: RAE Systems PID Overview
1.1 MB
7/15/2021
Application Note 201: Measuring Ammonia (NH3) With Photoionization Detectors
655.59 KB
7/15/2021