Perten releases third generation diode array based NIR

The DA 7250 is a new NIR instrument incorporating non-moving optical components, internal temperature stabilisation and a static hard drive encased in an IP65 rated (dust proof/water resistant) housing. The design has been optimised to create maximum instrument up-time while allowing users to place the instrument where it is needed most.

The DA 7250 has a large spot-size, even larger analysis area, averages many sub-samples and uses high-energy-throughput, diode array optics to ensure accurate and representative analysis of heterogeneous samples. The wavelength and absorbance scales are monitored and standardised automatically. The instrument workflow is uncomplicated encouraging correct and frequent analysis by operators interested in monitoring and controlling plant processes.

Large, transferable calibrations and databases cover many products and parameters enabling rapid implementation. Existing applications include dairy, grain processing, feed, flour, oilseeds, meat, snackfood, petfood, starch and ethanol production. A wide range of product types can be analysed—grains, powders, pastes, slurries, liquids—as well as sample sizes—from a few grams to 350 g.

The DA 7250 incorporates new and updated software features and functionality. The instruments can be networked and administered remotely. Connectivity to third party LIMS systems or processing software is simple. Results are accessible anytime from any large-screened web connected device via web reporting.

More information on the DA 7250.

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