Our precise laboratory colorimeter designed to measure the concentration of a specific substance in a solution by assessing its color intensity. It operates based on the Beer-Lambert law, which correlates the absorbance of light by a colored compound with its concentration. Colorimeters emit light of a specific wavelength through the sample, and a detector measures the intensity of the transmitted or reflected light. By comparing this intensity to a reference or blank sample, the instrument can calculate the concentration of the target substance.
|Measuring color temperature||2750 K ± 50 K|
|Light hole diameter||Φ 14 mm|
|Colorimetric tube diameter||Φ 32 mm|
|Total number of testing light holes||26|