Hach DR1900 Portable Spectrophotometer

The Hach DR1900 portable spectrophotometer is perfect for use in the field because of the lightweight and compact design. 

Features

  • Carry anywhere due to a thoughtful, compact design
  • Ensure accuracy in the field
  • Clear, easy-to-use interface
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Overview
The Hach DR1900 portable spectrophotometer excels in the field because of the lightweight and compact design. The DR1900 is built for rugged conditions, and it’s flexible, --accepting the widest range of vial sizes.

Built with field use in mind, the DR1900 has a large, clear screen and a simple user interface that makes testing easier than ever in even the most demanding conditions.

Advanced Testing
Easy to hold, and operate, the compact DR1900 is a valuable tool for your field technicians. Underneath the rugged exterior, the DR1900 has the largest number,-- over 220-- of the most commonly tested preprogrammed methods already built in. You can also use the easy-to-use interface to create your own methods.

Tests are performed with a wavelength range of 340 to 800 nm which make this a field instrument you can use to find results typically only seen in laboratory instruments.

Notes

Reagents listed below are EPA approved. For the full list of reagents and methods that can be used with the DR1900, refer to the Hach Methods Quick Reference Guide

TNTplus vial test evaluation possible, but without barcode identification & 10 fold measurement and outlier elimination.

  • Battery Life: 15 days (typical) @ 5 readings a day / 5 day week without backlight*
  • Battery Requirements: 4, AA size alkali cells
  • Cuvette Compatibility 2: 10 mm square / 1 inch square and 13 mm / 16 mm / 1 inch round
  • Data Logger: 500 measured values (Result, Date, Time, Sample ID, User ID acc. to GLP)
  • Detector: Silicon photodiode
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 98 mm x 178 mm x 267 mm
  • Display: Graphical display 240 x 160 pixel (LCD, b/w, backlit)
  • Enclosure Rating: IP67
  • Interface: USB type Mini IP67 (with USB + Power Module)
  • Mains Connection 2: 110 - 240 V / 50/60 Hz (* optional Module required. May not be available in all regions)
  • Mains Connection 3: 4x NiMH rechargeable Battery (* optional Module required. May not be avaliable in all region)
  • Operating Conditions: 10 - 40 °C (50 - 104 °F), max. 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
  • Operating Humidity: Max. 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
  • Operating Mode: Transmittance (%), Absorbance and Concentration
  • Operating Temperature: 10 - 40 °C
  • Optical System: Reference beam, spectral
  • Photometric Accuracy: ± 0.003 Abs @ 0.0 - 0.5 Abs
  • Photometric Linearity: < 0.5 % (0.5 - 2.0 Abs)
  • Photometric Measuring Range: 0 - 3 Abs (wavelength range 340 - 800 nm)
  • Power Module?: Yes
  • Power Supply: 4 x AA size Alkaline
                            4x NiMH rechargeable Battery
                            Power supply: 110 - 240 V; 50/60 Hz
  • Region: US
  • Reproducibility: ± 0.005 Abs (0 - 1 A)
  • Sample Cell Compatibility: 13 / 16 mm and 1 inch round 10 x 10 mm 1 inch square adapter for round vials and 10x10mm
  • Source Lamp: Xenon Flash
  • Storage Conditions: -30 - 60 °C (-30 - 140 °F), max. 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
  • Stray Light: < 0.5 %T at 340 nm with NaNO2
  • Temperature Range: 0 - 50 °C (32 - 122 °F)
  • User Interface Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish
  • User Programs: 50
  • Warranty: 12 months
  • Wavelength Accuracy: ± 2 nm (range 340 - 800nm)
  • Wavelength Calibration: Automatic
  • Wavelength Range: 340 - 800 nm
  • Wavelength Selection: Automatic
  • Weight: 1.5 kg
  • What's included?: portable spectrometer, printed basic instrument manual, dust cover, 1-in. square matched glass sample cells, AA alkaline batteries 4/pk, a four-type vial adapter set, and a USB + Power module (LZV813).

* Backlight usage will decrease battery life.

  • Portable spectrometer
  • Printed basic instrument manual
  • Dust cover
  • 1-in. square matched glass sample cells
  • AA alkaline batteries 4/pk
  • Four-type vial adapter set
  • USB + Power module (LZV813.99.00002)
Questions & Answers
How is hydrogen peroxide tested using a Hach DR1900 spectrophotometer?
The DR1900 is suitable for measuring hydrogen peroxide and peracetic acid and can be determined in water following the DPD method 10290.
What are the different adapter types included with the Hach DR1900 adapter set?
The DR1900 adapter set includes 4 vial adapter types: A, B, C & D. TNT reagent kits used with the DR1900 will typically require a vial adapter. Information on required vial sizes/adapters is typically located in the individual methods document. 
Can the Hach DR1900 measure surfactants in water?
Yes, and there are two TNTplus reagent kits available for determining anionic surfactants in water samples. They are available for both low-range (TNT875) and high-range (TNT876).
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