Sample-to-Action Intelligence | Griffin G400-Series
Griffin G400-Series GC/MS | FLIR Systems

FLIR Griffin G400-Series
Gas Chromatograph / Mass Spectrometer

The FLIR Griffin G400-series GC/MS (Gas Chromatograph / Mass Spectrometer) products provide best-in-class chemical identification and are built to operate in reconnaissance vehicles, mobile labs, deployable lab containers, and other portable platforms.

 

BEST-IN-CLASS CHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION

Industry-leading chemical matching techniques provide high-confidence results in complex environments and eliminate data interpretation in the field.

 

ULTIMATE FLEXIBILITY

Always mission-ready with unmatched sampling options for vapor, liquid, and solid samples.

 

RUGGED, VEHICLE-MOUNTABLE PLATFORM

Each Griffin GC/MS model is equipped with a rugged, internal shock isolation system that is designed and tested to rigorous MIL-STD-810G standards and can be operated in a moving vehicle.

FLIR Griffin G400-Series Features

Intuitive User Controls

Method selection tool guides user through operation and color-coded, go/no-go data presentation expedite decision-making

Compact Form Factor

Each G400-series model features an integrated shock isolation system and internal active vacuum pump to minimize footprint on a vehicle

Identifies Broad Range of Threats

Included threat libraries facilitate rapid identification of CWAs, TICs, explosives, drugs, pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, and many other VOCs and SVOCs

Integrated Spilt/Splitless Injector Port

All G400-series models accept syringe, SPME fiber, headspace, autosampler, and PSI-Probe™ injections

Integrated Universal Sampling Port

The G460 and G465 perform continuous air monitoring and feature a quick-connect fitting for downrange plug-and-play vapor and water samplers

Survey Mode Sample Inlet

The G465 model features an integrated heated sampling line for vapor threat identification in seconds

FLIR Griffin G400-Series Specifications

Griffin G410 Griffin G460 Griffin G465
Technology
Technology GC/MS; fully integrated low thermal mass gas chromatograph (LTM-GC) and MS/MS-capable ion trap mass analyzer
Mass Range / Scan Rate 35-425 m/z; up to 10,000 m/z per second @ 20 points per m/z
Ionization Type Internal electron ionization (EI)
Detector Conversion dynode electron multiplier
LTM-GC Column Standard VB-5MS (15M x .25mm x .25um); others available; programmable 40 to 300 °C Standard VB-5MS (15M x .18mm x .18μm); others available; programmable 40 to 300 °C
Calibrant Onboard FC-43 (Perfluorotributylamine)
Carrier Gas Connection for external gas source (choice of He or H2); gas available from many vendors; H2 generator available
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Sampling & Analysis
Sample Introduction Split/splitless injector accepts:
- Direct syringe injection (1 syringe included)
- SPME fiber (optional)
- Manual headspace sampler (optional)
- Autosampler (optional)
- PSI-Probe™ thermal separation via TAG™ (optional)
- PSI-Probe thermal separation via GERSTEL-Twister® (optional)
Split/splitless injector accepts:
- Direct syringe injection (1 syringe included)
- SPME fiber (optional)
- Manual headspace sampler (optional)
- Autosampler (optional)
- PSI-Probe™ thermal separation via TAG™ (optional)
- PSI-Probe thermal separation via GERSTEL-Twister® (optional)

Universal Sampling Port with standard Tenax TA and Carboxen 1017 dual bed preconcentration tubes accepts:
- Direct air intake onto precon tubes (adaptor included)
- Griffin Purge and Trap for water analysis (optional)
- Griffin X-Sorber handheld vapor sampler (optional)
Split/splitless injector accepts:
- Direct syringe injection (1 syringe included)
- SPME fiber (optional)
- Manual headspace sampler (optional)
- Autosampler (optional)
- PSI-Probe™ thermal separation via TAG™ (optional)
- PSI-Probe thermal separation via GERSTEL-Twister® (optional)

Universal Sampling Port with standard Tenax TA and Carboxen 1017 dual bed preconcentration tubes accepts:
- Direct air intake onto precon tubes (adaptor included)
- Griffin Purge and Trap for water analysis (optional)
- Griffin X-Sorber handheld vapor sampler (optional)

Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry (MIMS) Inlet:
- Direct air intake for near real-time air monitoring capability
Sample Phase Solid and liquid Solid, liquid, and vapor
Threats Detects and identifies explosives, narcotics, CWAs, TICs, environmental pollutants, and other chemicals
Sampling & Analysis Full identification in 4-15 mins for most chemicals Full identification in 4-15 mins for most chemicals, near real-time in survey mode
System Interface
Display & Alerts Full automation by connection with computer
Communication Ethernet connection TCP/IP; remote operation and diagnostics
Data Storage Data automatically stored on supplied laptop (500 gb)
User Controls Griffin System Software (GSS); GriffinLib, NIST and AMDIS mass spectral libraries included; capable of user-defined library
Training Requirements 1-2 days depending on level of training desired; Operator, Developer, and Full System certifications available
Power
Input Voltage 100–240 VAC; 24 VDC (+/- 5%, 25 A, 600 W) 100–240 VAC; 24 VDC (+/- 5%, 25 A, 1000 W)
Cold Start Time <30 mins (includes automatic tuning/calibration)
Environmental
Operating Temp / Humidity 41 to 104 °F (5 to 40 °C); <85% relative humidity
Storage Temp -13 to 131°F (-25 to 55°C)
Physical Features
Dimensions (L x W x H) 19.7 x 20.3 in x 17.8 (50.0 x 51.6 x 45.2 cm) 19.2 x 19.2 in x 21.1 (48.8 x 48.8 x 53.6 cm)
Weight 80.5 lbs (36.5 kg) 98 lbs (44.5 kg) 99.5 lbs (45.0 kg)
Enclosure & Protection Rugged, internal shock mounting system; integrated vacuum system contains mini turbomolecular pump and quad diaphragm; no external shock table or vacuum system required

*Disclaimer: Specifications are subject to change without notice. Availability of models and accessories subject to regional market considerations. Prices listed are US only, please consult your specific country for current pricing.