Flame photometer FP8500for water analysisfor teachingfor inspection

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Characteristics

Type
flame
Applications
for water analysis, for teaching, for inspection
Sector
industrial, for industrial applications, for laboratories
Configuration
benchtop

Description

The FP8500 combines the characteristics of the FP8400 with an automatic calibration to realise a 24 hour fully automated measurement operation; measuring times between 1 second and several minutes are possible. For data transmission, a variety of interfaces are available. With the models of the FP8000 series, A.KRÜSS Optronic presents to this day unique measuring devices for the simultaneous measurement of the elements Na, K, Ca and Li. Five measuring channels are available for this, which can be individually configured. Thanks to proven measuring methods and modern device electronics, our flame photometers achieve high-precision and reproducible measurement results and are a simple and particularly cost-effective alternative to analysis techniques such as ICP or AAS. • Reliable, simultaneous measurement of up to five alkaline and alkaline earth elements • Remote control of several devices via central process computer • Very high precision • Maximum operational safety through intelligent security mechanisms • User administration with two authorization levels • Full traceability of the measurement results • Extensive interfaces and convenient data transfer • Unlimited number of methods • Inteligent unser administration • Complete documentation of measured values (including audit trail) • Flexible data export • Compliance with global standards Typical applications • Process analysis • Process monitoring • Online measurement • Automated continuous measurement

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