Portable turbidity meter CoL 1

portable turbidity meter
portable turbidity meter
portable turbidity meter
portable turbidity meter
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Semi-automatic coagulometers with double wavelength technology, for fast and precise coagulometric, chromogenic and turbidimetric tests​​ The new generation of CoL Series v2.0 coagulometers has double wavelength technology, which allows them to make complete diagnoses of hemostasis tests, making coagulometric, chromogenic and turbidimetric test. Compact in size, easy to operate, the CoL Series v2.0 are the ideal partners for small coagulation labs that need standardize their results and for those of medium size with slightly higher demand. These instruments are the result of the evolution of the pre-existing turbodensitometric measurement principle. In this new generation, it combines a high resolution photometer, two LEDs on each channel (405 and 750nm), with mechanical agitation of the mixture (reagent-sample). This guarantees an accurate and reliable determination of the results of the entire spectrum of hemostasis tests. Technical features​ Measuring principle: Photometric and Turbodensitometri​c. Coagulometric, chromogenic and turbidimetric methods.​ Measurement block: • - Controlled temperature at 37.4 +/- 0.4ºC (with Peltier system) • - 1 measurement channel with two wavelengths (405nm and 750nm) available. • - 1 reagent position. • - 4 incubation positions for cuvettes. • - Automatic start with the addition of the reagent Test Volume: Microcuvettes with a capacity of 150-300 µL Screen​: LCD. 2 lines, 20 characters each. Control panel: Membrane keyboard Interface: • - RS232 (printer / barcode reader) • - USB (HOST) • - SD-Card


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