Density Meter EDM 5000
- Precise and fast measurement
- Integrated reference oscillator
- High-precision temperature measurement
- Automatic detection of gas bubbles
The SCHMIDT+HAENSCH EDM Density Meter is a rugged, sealed single-piece system designed for continuous density measurement in a broad range of applications.
The EDM density meter sets new standards in density determination in terms of performance and price delivering measurement results with the highest precision
The density meter offers multiple reference alcohol tables, precision density resolution, USB, Ethernet, and serial output. Along with a wide selection of accessories that will assist in even the most challenging applications. Optional moisture and air pressure sensors and accurate temperature control programs provide extended usage in difficult environmental conditions. Intuitive, user-friendly software and the large, color-TFT touchscreen interface reduces the setup times for protocols and adds powerful troubleshooting capabilities. Industry-standard accessories and fittings reduce installation expense.
Applications: pharmaceuticals, chemistry, medicine, biotechnology, petroleum, education, research, and environment.
The EDM Density Meter can be combined with other SCHMIDT+HAENSCH laboratory instruments, such as Refractometers, which allows for a detailed analysis of complex samples, settings a new standard for density measurement instruments.
|Density||0 – 3 g/cm³|
|Temperature||10 – 95 °C (Peltier temperature control)|
|Pressure||0 – 10 Bar (0 – 145 psi)|
|Dimensions||320 x 235 x 218 mm|
|Precision||± 0.00005 g/cm³|
|Repeatability||± 0.00002 g/cm³|
|Precision||± 0.03 °C|
|Repeatability||± 0.01 °C|
|Measuring time*||< 30 sec.|
|Min. sample volume||approx. 1.5 ml|
|Bubble detection||Automatic (combined visual – electronic)|
|Display||Capacitive 3.5″ color TFT touchscreen|
|Interfaces||SuH-Connector / Serial RS232|
|Universal display for advanced control||optionally available|
* after temperature stabilization
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