Exceptionally precise instrumentation and experimental techniques are required to measure small signal flux of byproducts from synthesis or decomposition reactions. And, measurement of emissions or consumption occurs against a background of atmospheric O2 and CO2 variations. Controlled atmospheres may also be required. Whether the application must measure or control a physical or bio-physical process, ultimately, high-resolution equipment is a no-compromise requirement.
- Analyzer accuracy, resolution and stability, reliability
- Analog and RS-232 outputs for integration with any data acquisition or process control system
- Complete system solutions including data acquisition and analysis software
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