The new Hach 2100Q Portable Turbidimeter is easy to use, accurate, and conforms to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Method 180.1 for turbidity measurements. It also offers a number of features that streamline the measurement process, such as assisted calibration and simplified data transfer.
Easy Calibration and Verification — On-screen assisted calibration and verification helps ensure measurements are right every time. The easy-to-follow interface helps save time in the field by eliminating the need to reference complicated manuals in order to perform routine calibrations. Hach’s single-standard “RapidCal” calibration offers a simplified solution for low-level measurements.
Simple Data Transfer — Data transfer with the 2100Q is simple, flexible, and doesn’t involve additional software. This feature requires the USB + Power module. All data can be transferred to the module and easily downloaded to a computer with a USB connection, providing superior data integrity and availability. With two different module options, it’s possible to customize connectivity and power to meet a project’s specific needs.
Accuracy for Rapidly Settling Samples — The Hach 2100Q incorporates an innovative Rapidly Settling Turbidity (RST) mode to provide accurate, repeatable measurements for difficult-to-measure, rapidly settling samples. An exclusive algorithm that calculates turbidity based on a series of automatic readings eliminates redundant measurements and estimating.
Convenient Data Logging — As many as 500 measurements are automatically stored in the instrument for easy access and backup. Stored information includes: date and time, operator ID, reading mode, sample ID, sample number, units, calibration time, calibration status, error messages, and the result.