Data transfer with the 2100Q / 2100Q IS is simple, flexible, and does not require additional software when used with the optional USB + Power module. All data can be transferred to the module and easily downloaded to your computer with a USB connection, providing superior data integrity and availability. With two different module options, you can customise connectivity and power to meet your unique needs.
The HACH 2100Q / 2100Q IS portable turbidimeter incorporates an innovative Rapidly Settling Turbidity mode to provide accurate, repeatable measurements for difficult to measure, rapidly settling samples.
An exclusive algorithm that calculates turbidity based on a series of automatic readings eliminates redundant measurements and estimating.
Up to 500 measurements are automatically stored in the instrument for easy access and backup. Stored information includes: date and time, operator ID, reading mode, sample ID, sample number, units, calibration time, calibration status, error messages and the result.
The two-detector optical system compensates for colour in the sample, light fluctuation, and stray light, enabling analysts to achieve laboratory grade performance on a wide range of samples, even under difficult site conditions.
Accuracy: ± 2 % of reading plus stray light
Battery requirements: 4 AA
Certifications: CE certified
Compliance certifications: CE/RoHS/WEEE
Cuvette compatibility: 25 mm x 60 mm round
Data logging: 500 records
Dimensions Metric (H x W X D): 77 mm x 107 mm x 229 mm
Display size: 240 x 160 pixels
Display type: Graphic LCD
Includes: Instrument, case assembly, 4 AA alkaline batteries, 6 sample cells, StablCal ampule kit, silicone oil, oiling cloth, manual.
Interface: Optional USB
Light Source: Tungsten filament lamp
Manual languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (BR), Portuguese (PT), Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish
Max. operating humidity: 90
Measurement method: Ratio turbidimetric determination using a primary nephelometric light scatter signal (90°) and transmitted light scatter signal