These specifications are for the Go Direct® Mini GC (GDX-GC)
Specifications and User Guide

If you have the original Mini GC, the specifications are listed here: Specifications and User Guide and Mini Gas Chromatograph Troubleshooting and FAQs
If you have the Mini GC Plus, the specifications are listed here: Specifications and User Guide and Mini GC Plus Gas Chromatograph Troubleshooting and FAQs

-Inconsistent flow: Check and replace septum
-Inconsistent peak areas: Check injection volume, septum
-Inconsistent retention times: Check septum, pump
-No communication: Make sure you are using Instrumental Analysis. Check USB cables or bluetooth connection.
-No power: Check to make sure power plugs are plugged in properly and that the power switch is on.

*The Hamilton syringe that is shipped with the device has a brown bumper on the needle. Do NOT remove this, you will damage the instrument.
*Make sure you have referred to the list of acceptable compounds in the user guide before attempting to inject new compounds.
*You CANNOT inject samples that contain more than 5% water. This will ruin the detector.

How is the Go Direct Mini GC different than previous versions of the Mini GC?
Best Practice Techniques for Vernier gas chromatographs
Can I inject water into Vernier gas chromatographs?
Can I inject a gas into the Vernier gas chromatographs?
What size needle do Vernier gas chromatographs require?
Where can I order the syringe for Vernier gas chromatographs?
The peak heights on my Vernier gas chromatograph are lower than they were previously.
My Vernier gas chromatograph pressure won't get above 15 kPa.
I need to ship a Vernier gas chromatograph to Vernier for repair. How should I package it?
Can I purchase a replacement power supply for my Vernier gas chromatograph?

GC Septa (package of 4) (GC-SEP)
Mini GC 1 μL Hamilton Syringe (GC-SYR-MIC)
Replacement Power Supply for Mini GC and Mini GC Plus (GC2-MINI-PS)
For column and/or sensor replacement, email for assistance.