TECHNICAL CAPABILITY

AND SPECIFICATIONS

The Aquamonitrix® system is based on rapid ion chromatography, employing a simple anion exchange method.

Selective, direct detection of nitrite and nitrate is attained through the use of a novel, patented optical detection technology.

The system is cost-effective and delivers highly accurate and precise analytical performance even compared to leading laboratory-based instrumentation,

Real-Time Analyser

AQUAMONITRIX

TECH SPECS

Specifications

+ Sensory Type: Ion chromatography and optical detection
+ Minimum sampling interval: 15 mins
+ Accuracy: > 90%
+ Precision 95%
+ Analytical Range
– Nitrate up to 500 ppm as NO (113 ppm as N)
– Nitrate up to100 ppm as NO (31 ppm as N)
+ Limits of Detection
– Nitrate 1.5 ppm as NO (0.34 ppm as N)
– Nitrate = 0.25 ppm as NO (0.08 ppm as N)

Dimensions and features

+ External size: 23cm X 36cm X 57cm
(enclosure size, without supporting cradle)
+Weight: 12 kg
+ Portable
+ Integrated provision for mounting/securing to a fixed
surface (e.g. floor, wall, etc.)
+ Integrated carry handle and lockable hinged door
+ Rugged construction: Impact, UV and corrosion-resistant
+ Reagent: Potassium hydroxide (KOH)
+ Alarms and indicators: Tri-colour Status LED

Power source

+ 24V dc input power, 50W max. rated power
+ Integrated battery for backup

 

User interfaces/Data output

+ Wired output transmission: MODBUS over
Serial (RS232 / RS485)
+ IoT communication capability
+ Optional IoT Datamonitrix data managment platform
+ Data communications via RS232, for commissioning/
troubleshooting

Environmental

+ Operating temperature range: 10 – 55°C
+ Sample temperature range: 2 – 50°C
+ Operating humidity range: 10 – 90% RH, non-condensing
+ Storage temperature range: -20 – 60°C
+ Storage humidity range: 10 – 90% RH, non-condensing
+ IP rating: IP66 (IEC 60529)

Certification

CE Mark, REACH

Warranty

One Year

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WATER SENSOR

FOR NITRATE AND NITRITE

MEASUREMENTS

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