over an area from one position. It is necessary to move the CAM
assessment is to be made of the vapor hazard in the area.
a. Carrying Case Assembly.
Provides storage for all equipment (Figure 4-25).
b. Chemical Agent Monitor.
Case that contains a battery to power the CAM, a liquid crystal
containing beta radiation source (10 millicuries of Nickel-63) to
detect the presence of agent contamination, and a printed circuit
board flexible wiring assembly containing a microcomputer to control
operation of the CAM and detection of agents (Figure 4-25).
Carrying Case and Monitor
c. Carrying Harness Assembly.
and small handle straps. It attaches to CAM and is placed over
shoulder to support the CAM while being carried and used. Carrying
harness contains pockets for confidence sample, spare battery, and two
filtered nozzle package assemblies. A second carrying harness
assembly with handle straps is in a sealed