Portable Datalogging Colorimeter The Hach DR/800 Series Colorimeter shown in Figure 1 is a microprocessor-controlled, LED-sourced filter photometer suitable for colorimetric testing in the laboratory or the field. The instrument is precalibrated for common colorimetric measurements and includes convenient calibration capability for user-entered and future Hach methods. 48440-18 DR/820, DR/850, and DR/890 Portable Datalogging Colorimeter Instrument Manual c Hach Company, 1997-1999. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. dd/dp 6/02/97 1ed rev. 5, 8/99 2 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................................................5 SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................6 OPERATION SECTION 1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION .............................................................................9 1.1 Instrument Description.........................................................................................................9 1.2 Unpacking the Instrument ..................................................................................................10 1.2.1 Standard Accessories ................................................................................................11 1.2.2 Optional Accessories ................................................................................................11 1.3 Description of the Keypad..................................................................................................11 1.4 Display Screen in Function and Numeric Modes...............................................................14 1.5 Icon and Display Screen.....................................................................................................14 SECTION 2 INSTRUMENT SETUP...................................................................................17 2.1 Battery Installation .............................................................................................................17 2.2 Turning the Instrument On.................................................................................................19 2.3 Setting the Date and Time..................................................................................................19 2.3.1 Entering the Correct Date .........................................................................................19 2.3.2 Entering the Correct Time ........................................................................................20 2.4 Sample Cell Insertion.........................................................................................................21 2.5 Sample Cell Adapter Installation .......................................................................................21 2.5.1 Using the 16-mm COD/Test eN Tube Vial Adapter.................................................22 2.5.2 Using the Immunoassay Tube Adapter.....................................................................22 2.6 Using the Instrument Cap as A Light Shield......................................................................23 SECTION 3 INSTRUMENT OPERATION.......................................................................25 3.1 Menus................................................................................................................................25 3.1.1 Setup Menu...............................................................................................................25 3.1.2 Recall Menu..............................................................................................................26 3.2 Performing an Analysis......................................................................................................26 3.2.1 Colorimeter Setup for Sample Analysis ...................................................................27 3.2.2 Sample Preparation...................................................................................................28 3.2.3 Zeroing the Colorimeter ...........................................................................................28 3.2.4 Measuring the Prepared Sample ...............................................................................28 3.2.5 Alternate Chemical Forms.................................................................................... ~/imagenes/hach/logo/hach.gif 48440-18 ~/imagenes/hach/colorimeters/48440-18.pdf d:\mag\imagenes\hach\logo\hach.gif 2008-01-02 11:03:00 E:\MAG\IMAGENES\HACH\COLORIMETERS\48440-18.PDF

DR/2010 SPECTROPHOTOMETRE Ce chapitre se rapporte toutes les techniques. Il fournit une information de base ou matire rvision pour le technicien ou chimiste. Les oprations communment utilises dans les techniques sont expliques en dtail. 49300-94 DR/2010 SPECTROPHOTOMETRE METHODES DfANALYSES c Hach Company, 1996-2000. Tous droits reserves. Imprime aux U.S.A. original: ap/dk 12/99 7ed, 3/00 rev1 traduction : rb 6/99 3ed, 7/00 rev1 2 AccuGrowR AccuVacR AccuVer. AccuVial. Add-A-Test. AgriTrak. AluVerR AmVer. APA 6000. AquaChek. AquaTrendR BariVerR BODTrak. BoroTrace. BoroVerR C. Moore Green. CA 610. CalVerR ChromaVerR ColorQuikR CoolTrakR CuVerR CyaniVerR DigesdahlR DithiVerR Dr. F. Fluent. Dr. H. Tueau. DR/Check. EC 310. FerroMoR FerroVerR FerroZineR FilterTrak. 660 Formula 2533. Formula 2589. GelexR H2O University. H2OU. Hach LogoR Hach OneR Hach OvalR Hach.com. HachLink. Hawkeye The Hach Guy. HexaVerR HgEx. HydraVerR ICE-PIC. IncuTrolR Just Add Water. LeadTrakR M-ColiBlue24R ManVerR MolyVerR Mug-O-MeterR NetSketcher. NitraVerR NitriVerR NTrakR OASIS. On Site Analysis. Results You Can Trust OptiQuant. OriFlow. OxyVer. PathoScreen. PbExR PermaChemR PhosVerR Pocket Colorimeter. Pocket Pal. Pocket Turbidimeter. Pond In Pillow. PourRiteR PrepTab. ProNetic. Pump Colorimeter. QuanTabR Rapid Liquid. RapidSilver. Ratio. RoVerR . Simply Accurate SINGLET. SofChek. SoilSYS. SP 510. Spec . StablCalR StannaVerR SteriChek. StillVerR SulfaVerR Surface ScatterR TanniVerR TenSetteR Test eN Tube. TestYES! TitraStirR TitraVerR ToxTrak. UniVerR VIScreen. VoluetteR WasteAway. ZincoVerR SM SM SM sension MARQUES DE HACH 3 TABLE DES MATIERES INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................... 9 Exemple de Technique ............................................................................................................ 10 CHAPITRE 1 ANALYSE CHIMIQUE . GENERALITES.............................................. 13 Abreviations ............................................................................................................................ 13 Conversions des formes chimiques ......................................................................................... 14 Conversion de durete............................................................................................................... 15 Oxygene dissous...................................................................................................................... 16 Prelevement, conservation et stockage des echantillons......................................................... 18 Prelevement dfechantillons dfeau ...................................................................................... 21 Lavage acide des flacons.................................................................................................... 22 Corrections des ajouts de volumes .......................................................................................... 23 Regulateurs dfebullition .......................................................................................................... 23 Filtration des echantillons ....................................................................................................... 24 Temperature ............................................................................................................................ 26 Techniques de dilution des echantillons.................................................................................. 26 Utilisation des pipettes et eprouvettes graduees...................................................................... 28 Utilisation de la pipette TenSette ............................................................................................ 29 Melange des echantillons dfeau .............................................................................................. 30 Utilisation des cuvettes pour echantillons............................................................................... 32 Orientation des cuvettes ..................................................................................... ~/imagenes/hach/logo/hach.gif 4930094 ~/imagenes/hach/colorimeters/4930094.pdf d:\mag\imagenes\hach\logo\hach.gif 2008-01-02 11:03:00 E:\MAG\IMAGENES\HACH\COLORIMETERS\4930094.PDF

Pocket Colorimeter II Each Hach Pocket Colorimeter II measures one to two parameters many at two concentration ranges. Each instrument comes in a ready-to-use kit that includes a manual, pre-measured unit dose reagents, sample cells, and a sturdy custom carrying case. DW = drinking water WW = wastewater municipal PW = pure water / power IW = industrial water E = environmental C = collections FB = food and beverage DATA SHEET Pocket Colorimeter. II Simple as Ever Just four buttons on the Hach Pocket Colorimeter II allow easy operation. The Read/Enter key is used when measuring sample concentrations or to confirm menu choices. The Menu key provides quick menu navigation and selection. Use the Zero/Scroll key to zero the instrument or to scroll through menu options. The Power/Backlight key turns the instrument on and toggles the display backlight for low light conditions. Waterproof, Rugged, and Light Weight The IP67 rating means the Pocket Colorimeter II will resist the elements and still function properly. A tough, impactresistant shell protects the electronics and optics. Weighing only 0.2 kg.about a half pound.it even floats! A lanyard keeps the cap attached to the colorimeter. Large Display and Data Logging The Range Indicator icon on the display of the colorimeter indicates either the instrument range or the parameter being tested. For many parameters, the instrument can measure in two different ranges. The battery icon will indicate when the batteries need to be replaced. Record the ten most recent data points and the time the measurements were made.no need to record results manually. Accurate, Reproducible Measurements The Pocket Colorimeter II offers accuracy and reproducibility comparable to expensive lab instruments, but is designed for a long working life in harsh conditions. A long-lasting LED is used as the light source, and low power requirements assure long battery life. Pre-programmed The instruments are factory programmed for one or two of more than 30 parameters. Many are based on EPAapproved methods. No manual calibration is ever required. Simply zero the instrument with a blank, insert the reacted sample, and read the result. Better Optics The higher absorbance range provided by the improved quality of the optical system provides expanded ranges for several parameters.reducing the need for dilutions. Features and Benefits DW WW PW IW E FB Colorimeter Each Hach Pocket Colorimeter II measures one to two parameters. many at two concentration ranges. Each instrument comes in a ready-to-use kit that includes a manual, pre-measured unit dose reagents, sample cells, and a sturdy custom carrying case. Portable and convenient Rugged Specifications* 2 Lamp Light Emitting Diode (LED) Detector Silicon Enclosure IP67, waterproof at 1 m for 30 minutes (battery compartment excluded) Wavelength Fixed wavelength }2 nm, varies with model Filter Bandwidth 15 nm Absorbance Range 0 to 2.5 Abs Sample Cell Pathlength 1 cm and 22 mm Operating Conditions 0 to 50C (32 to 122F) 0 to 90% relative humidity Display LCD, backlit Power Supply 4 AAA batteries; approximate life of 2000 tests (use of backlight reduces this number) Compliance European CE mark Warranty 2 years Dimensions 6.1 x 15.5 x 3.5 cm (2.5 x 6.2 x 1.4 in.) Weight 0.23 kg (0.5 lbs.) *Specifications subject to change without notice. Continued on next page. Parameters Parameter Range Method Alachlor 0.1, 0.5 ppb thresholds Immunoassay Aluminum 0.01 to 0.80 mg/L Al Aluminon Ammonia 0.01 to 0.80 mg/L NH3-N Salicylate Ammonia, Free 0.02 to 0.50 mg/L Free Ammonia as NH3-N; Indophenol and Monochloramine 0.04 to 4.50 mg/L Monochloramine as CI2 Atrazine 0.1, 0.5, 3.0 ppb thresholds Immunoassay Bromine 0.05 to 4.50; 0.2 to 10 mg/L Br2 DPD Chlorine, Free* and Total* ** 0.02 to 2.00; 0.1 to 8.0 mg/L Cl2 DPD Chlorine, Free, Total, and pH 0.1 to 10.0 mg/L Cl2 DPD 6.0 to 8.5 pH Phenol Red Chlorine, Free* and Total* ** 0.02 to 2.00; 0.1 to 8.0 mg/L Cl2 DPD SwifTest Dispenser Chlorine Dioxide* 0.05 to 5.00 mg/L ClO2 DPD/Glycine Chromium, Hexavalent** 0.01 to 0.70 mg/L Cr6+ 1,5 Diphenylcarbohydrazide Copper** 0.04 to 5.00 mg/L Cu Bicinchoninate Fluoride* ** 0.1 to 2.0 mg/L F- SPADNS Iron, FerroVerR** 0.02 to 5.00 mg/L Fe FerroVer ~/imagenes/hach/logo/hach.gif AlachlorinWaterPocke ~/imagenes/hach/test_kits/alachlorinwaterpocketcolorimeteriitest kit.pdf d:\mag\imagenes\hach\logo\hach.gif 2008-01-02 11:03:00 E:\MAG\IMAGENES\HACH\TEST_KITS\ALACHLORINWATERPOCKETCOLORIMETERIITEST KIT.PDF

Pipe Thread and Hot Tap Flow Sensors For 3-100 inch (76-2540 mm) Pipe Sizes Non-magnetic Sensing Technique These sensors will not attract metal particles which can obstruct the impeller rotation of conventional magnetic paddlewheel sensors. Superior Low-velocity Performance The GLI sensor impeller is not impeded by magnetic drag, ensuring 1% accuracy with velocities down to 1 ft. (0.3 m) per second. Pulsed Output The pulsed output of these sensors has high noise immunity, enabling signal transmission of up to 2000 ft. (610 m) without amplification. Convenient, Pressurized Line Insertion The optional "hot tap" mounting hardware and insertion tool enables personnel to insert and remove a hot tap sensor without stopping pressurized line flow. Wide Rangeability GLI impeller flow sensors provide a rangeability of 30 to 1 and can measure most low viscosity liquids. Six-bladed Impeller Design The forward-swept, six-bladed impeller has significantly better low-flow, low-velocity characteristics than conventional four-bladed impellers, providing higher measurement accuracy. D A T A S H E E T Pipe Thread and Hot Tap Flow Sensors For 3-100 inch (76-2540 mm) Pipe Sizes Pipe Thread Sensor Models Hot Tap Sensor Models F1A12C1T F1A12D1T F1A13C1T F1A13D1T Body 316 stainless Brass 316 stainless Brass Impeller PVDF PVDF PVDF PVDF Shaft Zirconia ceramic Zirconia ceramic Zirconia ceramic Zirconia ceramic O-rings EPR EPR EPR EPR Pipe Thread (left and middle) and Hot Tap (top right) Flow Sensors Sensor Wetted Materials Specifications Engineering Specification 1. The sensor shall use a non-magnetic sensing technique. 2. The sensor shall have a six-bladed, forward-swept impeller. 3. The sensor impeller shall have an embedded gold-plated chip to generate a pulsed output signal. 4. The sensor shall have a TTZ (transformation toughened zirconia) ceramic shaft. 5. The sensor body shall be PVDF with a: a) 316 SS sleeve and be mounted with a special 316 SS hex mounting adapter. b) Brass sleeve and be mounted with a special brass hex mounting adapter. 6. The sensor shall be Hach Company: a) GLI Model F1A12C1T (pipe thread 316 SS) b) GLI Model F1A12D1T (pipe thread brass) c) GLI Model F1A13C1T ("hot tap" 316 SS) d) GLI Model F1A13D1T ("hot tap" brass) Shown with Pipe Saddle (not included) Shown with Optional Hot Tap Mounting Hardware Assembly Model F1A12C1T and F1A12D1T Pipe Thread Sensors Maximum Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . 221 F at 400 psi (105 C at 27 bars) Maximum Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400 psi at 221 F (27 bar at 105 C) Measuring Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 30 ft. (9 m) per second Repeatability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5% of full scale Linearity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1% of full scale Accuracy* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1% of full scale from 1 to 30 ft. (0.3 to 9 m) per second Sensor Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 conductor (plus shield), 20 ft. (6 m) length Wetted Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 316 stainless steel or brass sleeve over PVDF body, PVDF impeller, TTZ (transformation toughened zirconia) ceramic shaft, EPR O-rings, and 316 stainless steel or brass 2-inch NPT hex mounting adaptor. Model F1A13C1T and F1A13D1T Hot Tap Sensors Maximum Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . 221 F at 400 psi (105 C at 27 bars) Maximum Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400 psi at 221 F (27 bar at 105 C) Measuring Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 30 ft. (9 m) per second Repeatability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5% of full scale Linearity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1% of full scale Accuracy* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1% of full scale from 1 to 30 ft. (0.3 to 9 m) per second Sensor Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 conductor (plus shield), 20 ft. (6 m) length Wetted Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 316 stainless steel or brass sleeve over PVDF body, PVDF impeller, TTZ (transformation toughened zirconia) ceramic shaft, EPR O-rings, and 316 stainless steel or brass ~/imagenes/hach/logo/hach.gif PipeThreadadHotTapFl ~/imagenes/hach/flow_systems/pipethreadadhottapflowensors.pdf d:\mag\imagenes\hach\logo\hach.gif 2008-01-02 11:03:00 E:\MAG\IMAGENES\HACH\FLOW_SYSTEMS\PIPETHREADADHOTTAPFLOWENSORS.PDF

DRB 200 Dry Thermostat Reactor Hachs DRB 200 Dry Thermostat Reactor is the simple solution for standard and special digestions. It is preprogrammed for all standard digestions and can be user programmed for other digestions. Excellent reproducibility is assured because of its temperature stability. One-key operation for standard digestions makes it easy to use. ################ ~/imagenes/hach/logo/hach.gif LTV082.52.30001 ~/imagenes/hach/thermoreactor/2462drb200drythermostatreactor.pdf d:\mag\imagenes\hach\logo\hach.gif 2007-07-18 12:27:00 D:\CLIENTES\MAG\IMAGENES\HACH\THERMOREACTOR\2462DRB200DRYTHERMOSTATREACTOR.PDF

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