Brand new item from stock or on order from manufacturer
2 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
The HI 83224 is a multiparameter bench photometer that has 15 methods for measurement of COD, chlorine, nitrate, nitrogen and phosphorus. Automatic recognition of bar coded samples is an exciting feature of the HI 83224. This advanced meter scans each vial inserted into the vial holder and automatically identifies the sample method and range. This feature eliminates errors and simplifies the testing process. The HI 83224 features a powerful interactive user support system that assists you before, during and after analysis. On-screen tutorials guide you through set-up, calibration and measurement while context sensitive help screens are available at a push of a button. HI 83224 uses a new series of pre-dosed reagent vials for the 15 methods. Each reagent vial is bar coded with specific reagent information at our factory (with the exception of chlorine). This information is automatically scanned by the HI 83224 to assure that the vial and method are the same. Users have the choice of operating the HI 83224 in automatic mode, semi-automatic mode and manual mode. HI 83224 can log and recall up to 200 different measurements. Stored data includes parameter, test results, sample number, lot number, instrument id, date and time. HI 83224 bench photometer can be connected to a PC via USB. The HI 92000 Windows
compatible software (optional) aids users in managing data.
The instrument has 3 operating modes.
- In Automatic mode, no user involvement is required in the method selection.
- In Semi-Automatic mode, user involvement is required when a different vial is identified related to the current method.
- In Manual mode, the user involvement is required at every level in the method selection.
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