The Atonarp Mass Spectrometer 1300 (AMS 1300) is the industry’s first ever quantitative real time miniaturised mass spectrometer for gas detection. Now, you can monitor not only the most minuscule traces of gases, but also the precise quantity of each for optimised process control. With a rugged Faraday Cup and calibration against the Capacitance Diaphragm Gauge (CDG), the AMS 1300 operates in high pressure environments without the need for external pumps. Its customisable proprietary software puts precision molecular analysis for a range of industrial applications at your fingertips.
Compact, sleek and as small as a toaster, the AMS 1300 can be easily retrofitted on to any machine. Ideal for process and machine control applications, it’s fitted with our proprietary miniaturised array of micro-quadrupoles with integrated small turbo and roughing pumps.
The AMS delivers highly accurate measurements (sub-1%) due to its innovative electronics and signal processing capability. It performs quantitative molecular scans in less than 10ms, allowing for real-time process control optimization. And, with its cloud-connected software, you can leverage the data analytics for unparalleled process insight.
The AMS operates at ~3 orders of magnitude higher pressure compared to standard mass spectrometers, thanks to the miniature design of Atonarp’s mass spectrometer array of micro-quadrupole rods, allowing for simpler system integration solutions.
Ideal for fast repeatable measurements needed in process control applications, AMS spans 6+ decades of dynamic range and down to ppm concentration levels. It is calibrated within the same pressure range against the gold standard Capacitance Diaphragm Gauge (CDG).
With a smart modular design, the AMS 1300 guarantees the industry’s lowest downtime, with easy on-site replacement of consumable parts and in-built usage diagnostics. Few required consumables and low lifetime maintenance translates into a low total cost of ownership, and hassle-free operation.
Miniaturized quadrupole arrays contain smaller rods, and more quadrupoles, than a conventional quadrupole detector.
The standard-sized array is unable to operate at high pressure and requires external pumps which are space-consuming.
|AMS 1300||Traditional MS|
|Quantitative||Qualitative / Semi-quant|
|Directly calibrated against a Gold Standard||Indirectly by extrapolation, hence inaccurate and requires frequent calibration|
|Can diferentiate between isobaric masses: CO2 (m/z = 44 ) vs. Propane (m/z = 44)||Yes, via its fragmentation ions fingerprinting algorithm|
|Silicon Oil Protection|
|Operating pressure (mTorr)|
|Quantitative accuracy (%)|
|Footprint (mm) including pumps|
|Calibration / tuning|
|21 CFR Part 11|
|Cost of ownership (P+M/1yr)|