ANALYZER CLD 88
Nitric oxide analyzer for liquid NO samples
The ANALYZER CLD 88 offers precise measurement of nitric oxide. The extremely high sensitivity and fast response time of the NO-analyzer allows the detection of concentrations in the range of parts per trillion. Ease of use guarantee flexibility for standard applications as well as scientific research. In combination with the liquid purge vessel the CLD 88 measures nitrites, nitrates and nitrosothiols in biological fluids like plasma, urine and sera down to pMol concentrations. The easy and accurate data recording and analysis is guaranteed by using the PowerChrom™️ software from EDAQ.
The ANALYZER CLD 88 is an extremely fast and accurate instrument with a detection range down to 0.06 ppb and a linearity of ±1% over the full scale.
User friendly software package
PowerChrom is a simple to use software for the collection, display and analysis of NO measurements.
Wide application spectrum
The setup can be easily adapted so that NO can be measured from many different sources. Applications are manifold and range from biomedical and pharmaceutical to laboratory applications.
|NO measurement||Measuring range – Gas samples: 0.1 – 5000 ppb
Measuring range – Liquid samples: pico- to millimolar
Min. detectable concentration: 0.06 ppb*
Noise at zero-point (1σ): 0.03 ppb*
Zero drift: <0.5 ppb per 6 h
Linearity: ± 1% full scale
Lag time: < 0.5 s
Rise time (T90): < 100 ms
Sample flow: selectable type 1 or 3 (110 or 330 ml/min)
Sampling rate: 40 Hz internal, 10 Hz output
|Interface||Analog output: 20 mA into 600 Ohm, galvanic isolated|
|General||Temperature range: 10 – 40 °C
Humidity tolerance: 5 – 95% rel. humidity (non-condensing)
Ozone generator: internal, maintenance free (no external supply gas required)
Ozone scrubber: internal, thermal, maintenance free
Power consumption: 400 VA
Supply voltage: 100 – 240 V / 50 – 60 Hz
Weight: 24 kg
Dimensions: H x W x D: 135 x 500 x 540 mm (5¼ x 19 x 17 “)
System includes: ANALYZER CLD 88, sample tube type 3, mains cable and operator’s manual
(*) depending on sample flow
(Note: NO-calibration gases and the PowerChrom system with software and PC are not part of delivery; Documentation in English language only)
ECO MEDICS reserves the right to change these specifications without notice.
Optional solution for easy and flexible chromatographic data analysis
|PowerChromTM system with software from EDAQ (optional)||Sampling: up to 100 Hz
Channels: max. 2
Resolution: up to 24 bits (16-bit ACD + oversampling)
Interface: USB 2.0 or 1.1 to Windows XP
Supply voltage: 100 – 240 V / 50 – 60 Hz
Power consumption: 6 VA
Weight: 1.75 kg
EDAQ reserves the right to change the specifications of the PowerChrom system and software without notice.
- Reduction of nitrate using vanadium(III) and hydrochloric acid at 90˚C.
- Reduction of nitrite using iodide and acetic acid
- Reduction of nitrosothiols using a modified Saville reaction or Cu/Cystine.
- Fast and precise
- User friendly software package
- Biomedical and laboratory applications
- Measurement of gas and liquid samples
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