The Ultimate Photometer: 140 parameters, 18 wavelength, 5.5’’ touch-display, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB, camera and much more
Oct 14 2020
Water-i.d., the German based manufacturer of water testing equipment and reagents, proudly presents its latest photometer, the PrimeLab 2.0 which can truly be called “The Ultimate Photometer”.
PrimeLab 2.0 is superseding PrimeLab 1.0 which was on sale since 2013, already setting benchmarks for the industry by offering 6 wavelengths parallel reading, flexible parameter setup, wireless Bluetooth connection plus free software, app and cloud synchronization.
PrimeLab 2.0 amazes with more than 140 parameters to flexibly choose from, an 18 wavelengths parallel reading sensor-setup -compared to a max of 6 wavelengths with common high-end photometer- for outmost accuracy and a broad range of colour recognition, a 5.5’’ colour-touch-HD-display, Bluetooth, WiFi and USB to directly communicate with the free and powerful LabCOM software, app and cloud, a QR-scanning camera to recognize reagents and water sources and much more.
Just like with PrimeLab 1.0, the user only pays for what they needs by choosing only those parameters of interest whilst having the option to add more parameters at any time by purchasing and entering an activation code.
PrimeLab 2.0 offers step-by-step guidance on all parameters, including animated graphics, all offered in many different languages for highest user-convenience.
Adapters simplify change between 24mm / 16mm and 1ml-Eppendorf cuvettes to always use the best path-lengths for e.g. COD, the 1-hour quantitative and certified Legionella test or, by using the in-built 90° board, NTU-Turbidity, PTSA and Fluorescence, which are just a few of the more than 140 different parameters the PrimeLab 2.0 has to offer.
A rechargeable 8,400 mA inbuilt Li-Io-battery ensures high performance and long operation. Memory in the GB-range allows storage of almost unlimited test results, all connected to “account” (water sites) which the user can enter individually. Both , water-sites and test results can be instantly uploaded to the LabCOM cloud, when either WiFi is activated or a GSM.USB-stick is used. By doing this, test data will be available world-wide, instantly.
The LabCOM app/software/cloud, already known from PrimeLab 1.0 and PoolLab, offers plenty of functions to the user, including an admin-module which uses a traffic light system to warn about measurement results out of range or even measurements which have not but should have been performed. Such “rules” can be individually set up by the user.
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