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New spectrophotometer to revolutionise water analysis

Posted: Friday 15th April 2011

HACH LANGE has announced the launch of a major new spectrophotometer, the DR 3900, that Marketing Manager Sarah Blayds says "is light years ahead of anything else in the market."

The DR 3900 employs RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology to ensure that an accurate, reliable, traceable record is created for every sample. In addition, users are now able to define their own 'set points' for specific sampling locations, so that any results falling outside of these points will be flagged immediately. The DR3900 can also be used to automatically calibrate online instruments. It can detect expired cuvettes and can even update its internal methodology from the RFID label on the cuvette boxes.

The employment of new RFID and barcode technology has effectively closed the loop on traceability and the elimination of error; HACH LANGE customers will now have complete visibility of every aspect of the analytical process.

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