(8) Perform procedure for using the sampler in paragraph 5,
Steps 11 through 16.
c. Desert Conditions (High Temperature and Low Humidity).
When using the sampler in desert conditions, the following steps must
Using heater pads, squeeze approximately half of the
as in Step 4 (paragraph 5).
Test Spot, it must be rewet. Using Heater Pads,
squeeze the remaining liquid in Ampoule No. 3 onto
the Nerve Agent Test Spot.
d. Tropic Conditions (High Temperature and Humidity).
Operation of the sampler is the same as it is for usual conditions.
When judging the results, special care must be taken with Lewisite rub
marks. Change in color may be very slight under tropic conditions.
Compare with a second rub mark before making a decision.
e. Rain or Snow.
Protect sampler from rain or snow as much as possible by covering with
your body or use under a roof or cover.
PART D -THE CHEMICAL AGENT MONITOR (CAM)
In order to effectively use the Chemical Agent Monitor (CAM), you must
understand its purpose, capabilities, components, and procedures for
maintenance and operation of the CAM.
The Chemical Agent Monitor (CAM) is a portable, hand-held instrument
personnel, equipment, ships, structures, aircraft and land vehicles.
The CAM is capable of detecting Nerve (G) and Blister (H) Agent vapors
down to the lowest concentration that could affect personnel in a
short period of time. The CAM is a point monitor only and cannot give
a realistic assessment of the vapor hazard