Announcing the launch of our new handheld water quality meters
Oct 18 2019 Read 4160 Times
HORIBA Instruments is excited to announce the launch of the LAQUA 300 series handheld meters. Three variants of the handheld instrument are available: single-channel, dual channel and triple channel.
Customers are free to attach any of the respective sensors on any of the connectors, swap for a different sensor, and with a special adaptor, existing electrodes can also be used.
Thus the WQ 330 triple-channel meter offers an amazing 35 meter-sensor combinations!
The LAQUA 300 meter adopts the parameter of the sensor that is connected, auto-recognizing the sensor. Key to this feature is the sensor head at the end of a 2m or 5m cable and to which the sensor cartridge is attached. For the pH and EC, the sensors are available as a replaceable cartridge. Whereas in the DO probe, the sensor head is integrated with the cap being replaceable.
New to the line-up are the 4-cell Conductivity cell and Optical Dissolved Oxygen probe, both with integrated temperature sensors.
The LAQUA 300 series meters are able to store up to 10,000 data sets with date/time stamping. The data in the memory can be transferred to your PC wirelessly with the Flash Air card equipped with every LAQUA 300 meter.
Alternatively, the meter can be connected via a standard micro-USB cable and the PC recognizes the meter as an external storage device.
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