Chlorosense Check Standards
Part Code: CS180View Details
The revolutionary ChloroSense boasts unique sensor technology - developed specifically for measuring free and total chlorine. Designed for field analysis, the instrument is portable, waterproof and battery powered.
Sensor technology offers significant advantages compared to alternative measurement techniques. Simple measurement techniques coupled with state-of-the-art electronic instruments ensure even the lowest concentrations can be determined with confidence. Suitable for even the most difficult samples, the sensor technique is not affected by solids or sample colour.
Fill the sample container, insert the sensor and close the lid is often all that is required.
Download data sets for traceability and data management. These instruments also feature self-diagnostic functionality and automatic selection and performance of test methods.
At the heart of Palintest Sensor Technologies are the pre-calibrated, single-use, disposable electrodes incorporating a patented micro-electrode array. Reagents are embedded in the electrode, meaning no reagent preparation steps for the operator, and ensuring precise control of the measurement process is achieved in any situation.
|Ranges||0 – 10 mg/L free chlorine, 0 – 100 mg/L total chlorine|
|Display||High clarity LCD with backlight|
|User Interface||English, French, Spanish, German and Italian language options|
|Data Storage||500 results including date, time, test ID and sample ID|
|Size (WxLxH) and Weight||170 x 126 x 116 mm, 975g (including batteries)|
|Power Supply||4x AA batteries|
Select a consumable type to view details and download the related instruction and safety sheet documents for consumables
Part Code: CS180View Details
|CS100||ChloroSense instrument, USB cable, CS sensors (x100) including calibration chip, sample bottle, Check Standards and instructions. Supplied in a protective shoulder case. |
|CS180||ChloroSense Check Standards|
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