Lumiso works like other photometers, by measuring the amount of light that passes through the sample in comparison to the blank. This is known as the “Percentage Transmission” or “%T”. This %T value is mathematically converted by the software to a mg/L concentration.
Therefore, to verify that the instrument is performing within calibration it is only necessary to check that the instrument measures correct values of %T at each wavelength of light it uses. If the instrument is reading the %T value correctly according to the certificate, the correct mg/L value will be displayed when testing.
27th July 2021
Lightweight and handheld, our new Lumiso photometers are designed for complete portability to perform testing, anywhere. Our new digital photometer is built on the same reliable Palintest technology, but now with new and improved features.
12th July 2021
Our latest Halma campaign is one that is very close to our hearts at Palintest. Joining forces with WaterAid, the Water for Life campaign which spans over two years aims to help tackle the global issue of water accessibility and quality.