Dual Beam Technology and Interference Filters for best accuracy.
Applications: Waste Water, Drinking Water, Industrial Process Water, Scientific Applications, Governmental and Private Laboratories, Universities and Research Centres, Mobile Applications
- Dual Beam Technology and Interference Filters for highest accuracy
- A wide range of pre-programmed methods
- Long-term stable LEDs as light sources
- Update of new methods and languages via Internet (free of charge)
- Memory for 1000 data sets
The MultiDirect is a contemporary, microprocessor-controlled photometer with ergonomically designed keypad and large-format graphic display. It is equipped with a wide range of pre-programmed methods based on the proven range of Lovibond tablet reagents, liquid reagents, tube tests and powder reagents (VARIO Powder Packs). Users can also store their own methods.
The MultiDirect is a filter photometer using interference filters at 6 different wavelengths. The unique design of the optics allows the automatic selection of the required wavelength without any moving parts. This and the dual beam technology utilizing an internal reference channel, guarantees the highest accuracy.
For portable use, the instrument operates with seven standard rechargeable batteries (supplied). These batteries are available all over the world and are easily changed. The integrated intelligent charge controller allows simultaneous operation of the unit and battery charging (using the supplied power pack). The MultiDirect also operates without a power pack by using alkaline manganese batteries.
The entire instrument, including sample chamber (the most critical component of any photometer) and battery compartment, is waterproof, ensuring that no water comes in contact with the electronic components.
The instrument has a factory calibration, which is related to internal standards, which are not N.I.S.T traceable. The instrument may be calibrated by the user in a “user calibration mode” with N.I.S.T traceable standards.
(N.I.S.T. = National Institute of Standards and Technology)