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Remote Cell Enables UV Measurement under Harsh Conditions
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Remote Cell Enables UV Measurement under Harsh Conditions

Remote Cell Enables UV Measurement under Harsh Conditions
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Remote Cell Enables UV Measurement under Harsh Conditions


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TESTA Analytical Solutions e.K has introduced a remote cell version of its Rapid Scanning UV Detector kit allowing this elegant OEM technology to be integrated into a wider range of industrial applications.

The Remote Cell allows users to separate the measurement cell from the Rapid Scanning UV Detector kit using optical fibers up to 1000 mm long. This innovation enables highly accurate remote UV analysis to be made on process samples even under harsh process conditions that would make direct measurements almost impossible.

UV Detectors provide unsurpassed sensitivity and selectivity when used as concentration detectors to measure samples that contain chromophoric functional groups. The Rapid Scanning UV Detector kit combines high sensitivity and excellent linearity over more that 4 orders of magnitude concentration range. The Rapid Scanning UV Detector kit has been designed to make simultaneous detection at two UV wavelengths (or four wavelengths as an option), thereby enabling even complex samples to be reliably characterized.



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