P7111 UV COD Analyzer
• Based on a 24-bit high-resolution A/D converter• Automatic sampling analysis and auto-calibration
Automatic sampling analysis•
No reagent required for the analysis.•
Measuring cycle time adjustable•
Fully isolated I/O design, anti-signal interference and pulse•
１x 4-20mA and 1 x RS-485(Modbus)•
Highly stable and accurate with wide measuring range•
7” LCD color touch panel display•
User-friendly graphical interface•
Available in language of English and Chinese•
User selectable measuring range•
Automatic data storage with capacity up to 5000 historical records.
(user could expend memory by using 32GB/64GB flash disk)
The measuring principle is based on the UV light absorption spectrum by unsaturated organic molecules at a specific wavelength. By measuring the sample absorbance in the specific area of the UV spectrum, the online analyzer records the spectral profile of the sample, Turbidity measurements are using a detection angle of 90° (side scatter), where the detector is located in a right angle to the light beam. The method is based upon a comparison of the intensity of light scattered by the sample under defined conditions with the intensity of light scattered by a standard reference suspension. The higher the intensity of scattered light, the higher the turbidity is.
Organic pollutants originate frm domestic sewage (raw or treated), urban run-off, industrial (trade) effluents and farm wastes. Sewage effluents are the greatest source of organic materials discharged to freshwaters. When organic matter increases in a pond, the number of decomposers will increase. These decomposers grow rapidly and use a great deal of oxygen during their growth. This leads to a depletion of oxygen as the decomposition process occurs. A lack of oxygen can kill aquatic organisms. As the aquatic organisms die, they are broken down by decomposers which lead to further depletion of the oxygen levels. Most applications of COD determine the amount of organic pollutants found in surface water (e.g. lakes and rivers) or wastewater, making COD a useful measure of water quality.
P7111 UV COD online analyzer allows to monitor turbidity and pH simultaneously for waste water treatment plants or river monitoring stations with an excellent stability and low operating cost. Advantages of this method are that no reagents are used for the analysis.