Griffin™ G410

The FLIR Griffin 400-series GC/MS products provide chemical identification and is equipped with a rugged, internal shock isolation system that is tested to MIL-STD-810G standards. They are built to operate in mobile labs, reconnaissance vehicles, deployable lab containers, and other portable platforms. Interchangeable sampling tools differentiate each GC/MS model. The Griffin G410 model, contains an integrated standard injection port. It accepts sample introduction tools like the PSI-Probe™, syringe, SPME fiber, headspace, and autosampler injections.

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Manufacturer
FLIR Systems, Inc.
Product Name
Griffin™ G410
Detection Category
Chemical; Explosives;
Detection Principle
Spectrometry; Chromatography;
Detection Method
Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry; Gas Chromatography;
Application
Laboratory Analysis; Bulk Analysis; Screening; Forensics;
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
The FLIR Griffin 400-series GC/MS products provide chemical identification and is equipped with a rugged, internal shock isolation system that is tested to MIL-STD-810G standards. They are built to operate in mobile labs, reconnaissance vehicles, deployable lab containers, and other portable platforms. Interchangeable sampling tools differentiate each GC/MS model. The Griffin G410 model, contains an integrated standard injection port. It accepts sample introduction tools like the PSI-Probe™, syringe, SPME fiber, headspace, and autosampler injections.
Availability
Commercially Available
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
9
Market Entry Date
2015
User Feedback Sources
MRIGlobal hands-on experience
Supporting Documentation
Docs: MRIGlobal - GriffinG410.pdf; FLIR - GriffinG410.pdf;
Dimensions
19.7 x 20.3 x 17.8 in (50.0 x 51.6 x 45.2 cm)
Weight
80.5 lbs (36.5 kg)
Power Requirements
100 to 240 VAC; 24 VDC (+/- 5%, 25 A, 600 W)
Transportability
Benchtop/Fixed; Small Footprint
Durability
MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6, Table 514.6C0VI category 4. Operates while in moving vehicle. The analytical components of the Griffin 410 are mounted with wire rope isolators, providing resistance to shock and vibration. This shock mounting system is completely self-contained within the instrument. No external shock table or vacuum system required.
Operating Conditions
5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 °F); < 85% RH
Consumables
GC carrier gas; Connection for external gas source (choice of He or H2); available from many vendors; H2 generator available
Solvents/Reagents
Solvents needed for sample preparation
Calibration Schedule
Automated mass calibration; no user interaction required
Suggested Routine Maintenance
GC inlet (as needed), Filament (twice per year), Refill calibrant (annually)
Available Accessories
Carrier Gas Accessories: Hydrogen Generator Kit, SPME Kit, Manual Headspace Sampler, Autosampler, PSI-Probe™ Kit with TAG™ and GERSTEL-Twister®, Optional Vehicle Mount Kit, Optional rugged Harding transport case with handle and wheels
Data Analysis Support Equipment
PC, software
Communications Interface
Ethernet connection TCP/IP; remote operation and diagnostics
Expected Operational Life
10+ years
Shelf Life
10 years
Maintenance Cost
< $1,000 per year
Tested For Chemical Agents
Yes
Tested For ITF-25 TIC/TIMs
Yes
Tested For Explosives
Yes
Tested For Narcotics
Yes
(fentanyl, carfentanil, sufentanil, alfentanil, remifentanil, heroin, ketamine, lorazepam, 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate, U-47700)
Other Chemical Targets
Includes volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds; Can detect chemicals with a mass range from 35 to 425 m/z
Number of Library Entries
GriffinLib (500 spectra), NIST EPA (10,000 spectra), NIST (240,000 spectra)
Customize For New Targets
Yes
Sample Introduction
Liquid; Solid
Sensitivity/Detection Limits
ppb; ppm; liquid injection
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
30 minutes
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
3 to 15 minutes
Total Run Time
30 to 45 minutes
Alarm Capability
Visual alarms
Software Control
On-board, PC
Other Operational Parameters
GC programmable 40 to 300 °C; Mass Range & Scan Rate: 35-425 m/z; up to 10,000 m/z per second @ 20 points per m/z
Operator Skills Required
Non-technical for system operation, Technical for data analysis
Training Available
1 to 2 days
Manuals Available
Yes
Reachback Service
Yes
Warranties
Extended warranties up to 5 years
ITAR Export Regulations
US Department of Commerce (DOC), Export Administration Regulations (EAR). U.S. Government authorization may be required for export.
IATA Shipping Restrictions
Not Specified
Data File Type Format
Proprietary software data file format, exportable to 3rd party software
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