Portavo 908 Multi enables versatile and flexible use. When combined with digital Memosens sensors, the following measurement parameters are supported:
- Conductive conductivity
- Inductive conductivity
- Amperometric oxygen
- Optical oxygen
A printer for immediate printing of the calibration record (GLP compliant) can be directly connected to the micro USB port.
Many new features distinguish the Portavo 908 Multi for use in the pharmaceutical and biotech field. These include
- a new pH calibration procedure with a fixed process cycle
- multi-level user management with access control
- direct assignment of Memosens sensors to the device, which increases safety in operation.
See Add-On Functions for more information. These new functions are available as options.
- Food technology
A micro USB port allows a local printer to be connected for direct printout of the sensor calibration record. The record contains
- date and time stamp
- device information
- sensor information
- calibration data
The unique assignment of all relevant data is ensured and mix-ups are eliminated.
Complete documentation of calibra-tion and test data guarantees that SOP guidelines are met.
Portavo 908 Multi fulfills the GLP documentation requirement and thus improves quality management according to ISO 9001.
An Inspection Certificate 3.1 to confirm the device specifications on the basis of national and international measuring standards rounds out the package.
Robust, Practical, Ergonomic
The robust and versatile housing design of the Portavo 908 Multi allows it to be used outdoors.
- Scratch-resistant, high-resolution color graphic display
- IP 66/67
- Unique graphic symbols for intuitive menu control
- Li-ion battery — charged directly via USB
With the fold-out hook, the device can easily be suspended so that you have your hands free to handle the sensors.
Portavo 908 Multi is perfect for portable use. The integrated quiver protects the sensor during transport and storage.
When conductivity sensors are con-nected, concentrations of NaCl, HCI, NaOH, H2SO4 and HNO3 can be mea-sured. Toroidal conductivity sensors are ideal for measuring high concen-trations with up to 100% by weight.