- Used in the fields of Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Biochemistry, etc.
- Samples are poured into cuvettes which are then placed inside the turbidity sensor for analysis. An infrared light is directed at the cuvette and it is scattered off by any suspended particles present in the sample. A photodiode positioned perpendicular to the light source loses free electrons (photoelectrons) when the scattered photons hit it, creating a readable voltage.
- Includes Three plastic cuvettes with three lids.
- The sensor is pre-calibrated at the factory.
- Experiment duration: 1 second to 31 days.
Sensor Guide and Example labs