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Three Beams Track Turbidity

Designed with a multi-beam optical sensor, intelligent electronics and self-cleaning technology, the Triton TR8 Turbidity Analyzer is said to set a new standard for precise, highly reliable water quality monitoring with virtually no maintenance.

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The Triton TR8 TA’s sensor measures turbidity with a unique multi-beam optical assembly, says the vendor. The first light beam is a reference detector that compensates for changes in the LED light source caused by aging or other variables. The second light beam detects the short-path length, which is best for high-concentration measurement. The third light beam measures the longer path length, which is best for lower concentrations. The Triton TR8 TA’s microprocessor-based sensor electronics constantly adjusts turbidity signal readings vs. the reference detector to improve measurement accuracy. The rugged Triton TR8 TA’s sensor assembly features an inclined face that is oriented into the liquid flow for optimum self-cleaning.

Electro-Chemical Devices Inc.

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