This rugged, waterproof, single parameter colorimeter for COD (chemical oxygen demand) in three different ranges is ideal for laboratory and field testing.
The 910 instrument features a large, backlit display, a real time clock, automatic data logging as well as the ability to export data to a computer or printer using the 900 Series Data Hub for infrared data transfer.
• Quickly, easily and accurately measure COD
• Automatic Data Storage; 16-data sets with date and time stamp. Export data with the 900 Series Data Hub infrared data transfer.
• Large, easy to read backlit LCD display
• IP68 waterproof case; easy to hold or set on a benchtop
• Factory calibrated; User-calibration possible
• Resolution can be improved for specific range requirements
• Hg-free reagents also available
• 2-year warranty
Model 910 COD Colorimeter, includes: manual, instrument, carrying case, batteries, screw driver, 3 ml syringe and 1 ml syringe.
Power Supply: 4 alkaline AAA batteries; approximately 17 continuous hours or 5,000 tests
Auto Shutoff: 20 minutes after last key press; audible signal
Operating Range: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F); 30-90% relative humidity
Display: Backlit LCD
Memory Capacity: 16 data sets with date and time stamp; automatic
Weight: 260 g (0.5 lbs)
Dimensions: 15.5 L x 7.5 W x 3.8 H cm (6.1 L x 3 W x 1.5 H in)
Interfaces: Infrared interface with the 900 Series Data Hub (optional) for data transfer
Operation: Acid/solvent resistant case; touch-sensitive keypad with audible feedback; factory calibrated; user calibration possible; reset to factory cal
Certifications: CE; IP68 waterproof rating (1 hour at 0.1 meter); floats
Colorimetric Resolution: 0.01 A (absorbance)
Photometric Accuracy*: 3% FS (T = 20° to 25°C) (68° to 77°F)
Wavelength Accuracy: ±1 nm
Warranty: 2 year
Optics: LEDs, 2 interference filters (IF) and photo sensor in a transparent chamber. Interference filters are range dependent. Wavelength Range: 430 nm IF Δ λ = 5 nm for range 0 to 150 mg/L 610 nm IF Δ λ = 5 nm for ranges 0 to 1,500 mg/L and 0 to 15,000 mg/L