Digital refractometer DR301-95
dual-scaleBrix scaleportable

digital refractometer
digital refractometer
digital refractometer
digital refractometer
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digital, dual-scale, Brix scale
Other characteristics
portable, high-accuracy, with wide refractive index range, stainless steel-housed
coolant, for the food industry, laboratory, for the beverage industry, wine, for life sciences applications, salinity, anti-freeze, high-fructose corn syrup, for the aeronautical industry, water-in-honey, seawater, starch


Digital handheld refractometer with USB serial interface, software and automatic temperature compensation feature The digital handheld refractometer DR301-95 has more functions than a simple handheld refractometer and at the same time is more cost-effective than a desktop unit. Besides the refractive index, sugar and salt scales, up to two other user-defined scales can be programmed. To do this, the handheld refractometer can be connected to a PC via a serial interface. The software supplied with it allows results to be managed and printed out. While the instrument can be operated as a mobile unit with a 9 V block battery, the optionally available power supply unit turns the DR301-95 into a small laboratory refractometer. The sample plate is made of stainless steel and is so flat that it can be cleaned quickly and easily. The instrument is calibrated simply with distilled water and has an optional temperature compensation feature. For incoming goods control applications, an upper and lower tolerance alarm can be entered. • Automatic measurement • High measuring accuracy • Fast to fill and clean • Sample tray made of stainless steel • Robust housing and low weight • Automatic temperature compensation (Brix scale) • Display of the measurement results in different units • Very simple operation • Compliance with global standards


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