Portable Photometer, Iodine in Salt
Portable photometer to determine quantity of iodine content in salt. Measuring device equipped with light emitting diode (LED) technology and graphic LCD display. Delivered with accessories. Assembled and packed in a portable case. No need for user calibration.
Indicative Price 2,703.51 USD
Portable photometer to determine quantity of Iodine content in salt.
Supplier Product reference: L009 - BioAnalyt, iCheck Iodine
Measuring device equipped with light emitting diode (LED) technology and graphic LCD display. Delivered with accessories. Assembled and packed in a portable case.
No need for user calibration.
Life span of approx. 30 000 hours of the LED - 10 million measurements.
Light source: LED lamp
Staff qualification: 1 day training
Use: Portable, point of care (POC)
Weight: Device: 0.45kg, case incl. accessories
and device: 1.9kg
Data transfer: Included (via USB cable)
Analyte: Potassium iodate (KIO3)
Analysis method: Photometric
Principle of method: Absorption
Sample type: Salt
Sample preparation:Dilution of salt in water
Sample volume per analysis: 1.0mL
Linear range: 1.0-13.0mg/L
Time per analysis: < 10min
Measurement speed: ~40sec
Optimal measuring temperature: 20-30°C
Variation: < 5%
Method comparison > 95% (Titration)
Supplied as set containing:
Set of 4 rechargeable AA batteries
Charger for 4 AA rechargeable batteries
PC data cable (USB)
Digital scale & calibration weight (balance)
Iodine standard (calibration control)
First measurement test sample
User manual in print and on USB, including transfer software
Not included, to be ordered separately:
Syringe disposal box (S0782208)
Absorbent paper or tissues
S0000258 - Reagents for S0000228 Iodine/Salt, PAC-100
Kit with reaction vial, additive vial, syringe and needle, pack of 100
Devices language is pre-set in English. Other languages may be available upon request. This may add time to the delivery.
Devices to be stored in dry conditions at room temperature. Device can withstand short term temperature variations that may occur during transport.
For measurement, the device and vials need to be at a temperature between 20-30 C° to ensure accurate results.
When not in use, the device should be stored in its case to avoid any damage and to insulate from extreme temperatures.
For further information please refer to UNICEF Supply Division Technical Bulletin No. 18 “Portable Equipment for Quantitative Analysis ofVitamins and Minerals in Fortified Foods”
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