Multiparameter Water Analyzer from Forston Labs

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Forston Labs
March 21, 2010

The LabNavigator from Forston Labs, Fort Collins, CO, is a multi-technology, multisensor analytical measurement platform for water analysis. You can use the device either as a computer interface or as a stand-alone unit in the field. The device's 6 sensor inputs include electrochemical, turbidity, and spectrophotometer. Features include a built-in air temperature sensor, microphone, and sound sensor; 100 Ksps data collection rate; built-in graphing and analysis software; 40 MB of onboard data storage with expansion through SD/MMC card or USB drive; a 320 by 240 pixel color touchscreen; and a rugged splashproof enclosure with rubber molding for shock absorption.


CompanyForston Labs
CountryUnited States (USA)




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