MicroLab’s Drop Counter, IR Reflective, Model 226, uses an infrared light emitting diode and a photo-transistor to count individual drops. It is a great tool for performing analytical titrations. A background correction circuit subtracts ambient light from the sensor’s view and another circuit prevents multiple counts from fragmented drops. This combination provides a robust method for tracking how much volume is titrated into a reaction vessel. The LED flashes on the drop counter for each drop detected. There is a lot more information available if one is able to track and plot volume with respect to pH, temperature, conductance or other solution properties. Therefore, two mounting holes are available for a thermistor (7 mm diameter) and pH/redox/conductivity (13 mm diameter) probe. View our brochure for more information.
|Drop Counter Dimensions||Length 73.9 mm
Width 40.1 mm
Thickness 12.2 mm
|Output Pulse||25 ms, TTL|
|Notch Width||14 mm|