The ClearView db photometer is the first commercially available true dual-beam filter photometer. A primary attraction of any photometric analyzer is its low cost; however, the compromise is usually performance. We have dramatically improved photometer performance by adding our unique dual-beam optics, which provides long-term, stable operation. The flexible configurations of the ClearView db also meets many online analysis requirements for liquid and gas process streams.
Photometry is fundamentally the measurement of the intensity of light. Observable on many levels, changes in light intensity occur as a result of interactions with different materials. Further, the Beer-Lambert Law describes a useful relationship between light and matter. Matter absorbs light in measurable amounts at specific wavelengths. The degree of absorption correlates to the concentration of matter that is exposed to the light across a known optical distance, or pathlength. Thus, chemical concentrations and physical characteristics of a process stream sample can be accurately analyzed. Effective analyzer design permits this principle to be taken online powerfully exploiting the science and achieving a high level of process control.
Each successful ClearView db application is defined by the calibration. The calibration consists of absorption data corresponding to analytical values that describe the state of the process stream. Wavelengths specified for the application are represented by filters installed in the photometer. If and when changes occur in the process, the ClearView db measurements reflect this instantaneously.
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Often the success of an analyzer hinges on the proper selection of the sample interface. The ClearView db is compatible with the large selection of Guided Wave rugged and efficient sample interfaces. Hence, photometry is now an option in even the harshest environments.