Chemical Warfare Agent (CWA) Detector

Feature highlights:

  • Indicates the presence of nerve, blood, blister & choking agents and level of threat.
  • Provides a visual and audible alarm both locally and at remote locations
  • Can be used both in vehicles and by dismounted troops
  • Software variants can also indicate selected Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs).
  • Operates continuously with quick response and clear down times

For details of the GID-3′s official product accreditations, please click here.

The GID-3 detects CWA in real time. Easy to use, rugged, reliable, battle proven and dependable, it is the world’s most comprehensively tested and widely deployed detector in current production.

A variant was selected by the USA DoD fulfilling the requirements of the M22 ACADA programme. GID-3 is also widely used throughout NATO and armed forces worldwide.

The GID-3 complies with MIL-STD-810G, MIL-STD-1275D, MIL-STD-461F and JSS 55555:2000.

Easily reprogrammed to accommodate changing threats, GID-3 is the benchmark detector for point detection applications.

Size: Detector 27 x 18 x 16.6 cm

Battery Box & Battery 7.6 x 18 x 15 cm

Vehicle Mount 41 x 33 x 20 cm

Weight Detector only – 4.8Kgs, with battery – 6.4Kgs
Power: The GID-3 system operates on standard Military Li SO2 and rechargeable batteries, standard military vehicle power ranging from 23V to 32V DC and commercially available power sources ranging from 90 to 266 V AC at 47 to 63Hz.
Agents detected: GA, GB, GD, VX, HD and L. as standard, with options for certain other CWAs and TICs.
Alarm: Audio and/or visible and remote
Temperature range: -30°C to +52°C operating, -40°C to +70°C storage
Data outputs: Communications port provides a data output in a RS232 format
Environmental GID3 is largely designed with reference to MIL 810E. Reference is made to relevant paragraphs, test procedures, test parameters and other MIL specifications/documents, where appropriate.