The photometry is a method of analysis which is often used. Whether public bathhouse, food and beverage industry, laboratories, or industrial disinfection - are everywhere photometer used for the determination of concentrations in solutions. The PrimeLab of Water-i.d. is the world's first photometer for the entire visible color spectrum with only one light source and only one sensor. The unique sensor of JENCOLOR, combined with the 10-year experience of Water-i.d. in water analysis, this innovation made possible. In addition, the PrimeLab / JENCOLOR sensor measures with a hitherto unknown devices with photometer accuracy. The Bluetooth technology (select models) and a programmed specifically for the PrimeLab PC software makes it easy to manage measurement and customer data.
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The next generation of Photometers. The PrimeLab 2.0 launched by Water-i.d. . Highly accurate readings on 18 parallel wavelengths, Bluetooth-USB-WiFi-4G* connections, powerful software and app, synchronized over a cloud-service, large HD touch display and the option to connect test probes are just some features of the new PrimeLab 2.0 which supersedes the well established PrimeLab 1.0, launched in 2013.
PoolLab 1.0 ®Photometer
The new PoolLab® 1.0 is a triple wavelength photometer for professional water analysis of private pools and spas. An in-built but changeable cuvette allows quick water sampling by just dipping in the IP68 waterproof PoolLab®. PoolLab® with its 6 buttons is designed for instant access to the parameters installed, which are: pH, Chlorine (free/combined/total), Alkalinity (Acid Capacity), Cyanuric Acid (Stabilizer). Active Oxygen (MPS), Bromine, Chlorine Dioxide, Ozone, Hydrogen Peroxide, Total Hardness, Calcium Hardness, Urea and PHMB. As PoolLab® uses wireless Bluetooth 4.0 technology, it can easily be connected to free software and app for test result management. Once test results are synchronized, software and app allow dosage recommendations, based on individually entered water treatment chemicals. User can print test result reports, perform index calculation, such as LSI, and much more. A free cloud server takes care that data on app and software are constantly synchronized, if the user decides to use this feature.