|Product Name:||Chlorophyll Sensor||Product Model:||CHL351|
|Measuring Range:||0~400ug/L Or 0~100RFU||Resolution:||5% Of The Measuring Range±0.5ug/L|
|Sensor Interface:||RS485, Modbus||Temperature Range:||0~50℃|
|Protection Grade:||IP68||Deepest Depth:||10 Meters Underwater|
Fluorescence Method RS485 Chlorophyll A Sensor With Brush For Fresh Water
Fluorescent Chlorophyll A Sensor HL350/351 is a device that uses fluorescent signals to measure the content of chlorophyll A in water. Chlorophyll A is the main type of chlorophyll in plants and algae, and it plays a key role in the process of photosynthesis. Fluorescence sensors are based on the fluorescence characteristics of chlorophyll molecules, and determine the chlorophyll A content in water samples by measuring the fluorescence signals emitted by chlorophyll A molecules under light excitation.
High sensitivity: It has high sensitivity and can detect extremely low concentrations of chlorophyll A. This makes it very effective in monitoring and analyzing changes in trace amounts of chlorophyll A in different water bodies.
Non-destructive measurement: Fluorescence is a non-destructive measurement method that does not require destruction of the sample or addition of reagents. This means that it can be used during real-time or continuous monitoring without affecting the original state of the sample.
Selectivity: Since the fluorescent chlorophyll A sensor is generated based on a specific fluorescent signal, it has high selectivity and can be distinguished from other colored substances, reducing interference.
Fast measurement: Fluorescent Chlorophyll A sensors usually have a fast response time, making them suitable for applications that require fast monitoring, such as environmental monitoring, water quality assessment, etc.
No need for expensive reagents: Compared to some other chemical analysis methods, the fluorogenic chlorophyll A sensor requires fewer reagents, thus reducing experimental costs.
In general, the fluorescent chlorophyll A sensor technology plays an important role in the field of water environment monitoring and scientific research due to its high sensitivity, real-time monitoring ability and diverse application fields.
|Measuring Technology||Fluorescence method|
|Measuring Range||0~400ug/L or 0~100RFU|
|Resolution||0.1ug/L or 0.1% RFU|
|Accuracy||5% of the measuring range±0.5ug/L|
|Calibration Method||zero point and slope; Rhodamine calibration solution; Or compare calibration|
|Sample Flow Rate||Not dependent|
|Operating Temp||0~50℃ (does not freeze)|
|Storage Temp||-10~60℃ (does not freeze)|
|Dimension||Diameter: 22mm length: 180 mm||Diameter: 37mm length: 200 mm|
|Lead interface||M16 connector|
|Power Supply||12~24V DC|
|Power Consumption||Normal measuring: 0.1W||
Normal measuring: 0.1W
Automatic cleaning of wiper blades: 1W
Wiper abnormal jamming: 3.5W
|Cable||Standard 10 meters (other length can be customized)|
Real-time monitoring: Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors allow real-time monitoring of changes in chlorophyll A content in water bodies, which is very important for environmental monitoring, aquatic ecology research, and aquaculture and other fields.
Portability: The fluorescent chlorophyll A sensor is designed to be portable, and can be easily carried to the field or to different sampling points for on-site measurement, which is convenient for field application.
Automation and high-throughput: These sensors can be integrated with automated systems to enable high-throughput sample processing and analysis for increased efficiency.
Diverse applications: Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors can not only be used for water quality monitoring, but also can be used in ecological research, marine science, biology and other fields to help researchers understand the dynamic changes of ecosystems.
Environmental friendliness: Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors usually do not produce hazardous waste or chemical pollution during the measurement process, so they have advantages in terms of environmental protection.
Environmental monitoring: Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors are widely used in environmental monitoring of water bodies, including fresh water, sea water, lakes, rivers, reservoirs, etc. By measuring the chlorophyll A content in the water body in real time or periodically, the nutritional status of the water body, the growth of algae and the change of water quality can be understood.
Aquatic Ecology Research: These sensors play an important role in aquatic ecology research, helping scientists monitor and assess the health of aquatic ecosystems. By tracking changes in chlorophyll A content, we can understand the dynamics of algae growth in aquatic ecosystems and the impact of environmental changes on aquatic ecosystems.
Aquaculture: In the aquaculture industry, controlling the chlorophyll A content in water is very important to maintain a healthy farming environment. The fluorescent chlorophyll A sensor can help farmers monitor the level of chlorophyll A in aquaculture ponds or water bodies, and take timely measures to prevent excessive eutrophication.
Water source protection: Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors can be used to monitor the water quality of water sources and help protect the safety of drinking water sources. By monitoring the chlorophyll A content, water pollution or eutrophication can be detected early.
Scientific research: These sensors are also used in scientific research, including ecology, environmental science, hydrology and other fields. Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors provide a fast and accurate measurement method that can provide researchers with rich data support.
Fluorescent chlorophyll A sensors play an important role in various application environments related to water bodies, providing a powerful tool for environmental monitoring, scientific research and resource management.
Contact Person: Yuki Fu