Water analyzer N2 series

water analyzer
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Measured entity
water, chlorine, ozone, nitrite
Measured value
concentration, wavelength
for integration
Other characteristics
monitoring, continuous, online, real-time, for boilers


NITRITE ANALYZER Real Tech’s Nitrite analyzer provides rapid real-time measurement of nitrite (NO2) in water. The Nitrite analyzer utilizes light at various wavelengths for measurement. Continuous nitrite monitoring can bring significant value to many applications especially for boilers, chillers and aquaculture. FEATURES & BENEFITS Affordable real-time nitrite (NO2) monitoring Multiple wavelength analyzer with LED technology Operator friendly, low maintenance design Built-in controller Quick and simple optical measurements Reagent free operation CHARACTERISTIC - TECHNICAL DATA Path Lengths - 1 mm, 2 mm, 4 mm, 8 mm, 25 mm, 50 mm, 100 mm, 150 mm Parameters - Nitrite (NO2) Range - Depends on model selected. Refer to range chart Accuracy - ± 1% FS Units - mg/L, ppm Sampling Time - 30 seconds Calibration - Factory calibrated. Can be field adjusted if needed. Cleaning - In-situ cleaning makes cleaning quick and easy. Automatic chemical cleaning is optional. Self-Diagnostic - Detection and diagnosis of internal system fault Operator Interface - Five push buttons to control a comprehensive hierarchical menu system Display - 4 line x 20 character backlit LCD with LED alarm indicator Alarms - Dry contact terminals allow for operator configurable alarms for: high and low set points, low lamp output, leak detected, system fault, etc. Humidity Control - Humidity sensor with large regeneratable desiccant system Outputs - Self-powered 4-20mA, RS232 serial for PC Wavelengths - UV and visible light wavelengths Light Source - LED Flow Rate - 300 - 1000 mL/min
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