Quickly detect organic and inorganic compounds in demanding applications such as Method 21 monitoring and site remediation with this lightweight, intrinsically safe portable detector. The Thermo Scientific™ TVA2020 Vapor Analyzer can be configured as flame ionization detector (FID) or dual detection technology (FID/PID-photo ionization detector) to offer fast response times. Key features include reduced response times, increased user-serviceability and Bluetooth™ connectivity. Easy-to-Own and Operate The TVA2020 Analyzer is 21% lighter than earlier models and more compact than most FID stand alone instruments. The lightweight and compact design reduces fatigue for true portability and is easier to service in the field. In addition, a variety of options are available such as a basic or enhanced probe, carrying case, and hydrogen refill assembly. Optional Bluetooth communication transmits concentration data to a handheld device containing the LDAR software database thereby eliminating the need to transfer files post-monitoring and provide a greater access to route information. The Technology You Expect Configurable for use in diverse applications including U.S. EPA Method 21 monitoring, site remediation, landfill monitoring, and general area surveys, the TVA2020 Analyzer is equipped with an FID to measure organic compounds with high sensitivity. The FID technology allows for a wide dynamic and linear range that produces stable and repeatable responses. The analyzer can be configured with both FID and PID technology for simultaneous detection and enhanced analytical capabilities. This dual configuration is capable of producing a more rapid reading of organic and inorganic compounds as opposed to a single detector technology and provides more comprehesive gas coverage than comparable size devices. After performing a primary calibration (calibration kit available), the TVA2020 Analyzer can be customized by activating internal logging parameters, uploading a monitoring route, establishing a bluetooth connection, setting alarm levels, and activating response factors.