Potentiometric Titrator AT-710S

Potentiometric Titrator AT-710S
Potentiometric Titrator AT-710S
Potentiometric Titrator AT-710S

Convenient operation, versatility and safety: The AT-710S titrator comes with a large TFT colour touch screen and offers everything required to perform all kinds of titrations, from simple acidity determinations to fully automated titration procedures requiring several burettes to add auxiliary reagents or to do back titrations. Features like automatic correction of the thermal expansion of the reagents, automatic storage of the reagent data directly in the burette and comprehensive check functions ensure reliable results.

No printer required
Paper saving and environmentally friendly – results no longer need to be printed: Measurement results are converted to PDF and can be stored in a USB flash drive.


Full GLP compliance
The AT-710S offers comprehensive GLP functions which ensure that system performance checks are performed at regular intervals. Up to 100 records of system performance checks, burette precision validations and sensor calibrations are stored in the instrument.


No errors due to temperature fluctuations
The AT-710S monitors the temperature of the titration reagent and corrects errors due to volume expansion automatically.

Details

Reagent information directly stored in the burette unit

Important reagent information such as type of reagent, titer, last titer determination etc. is stored in an IC chip directly in the burette unit. The titrator automatically detects whether the reagent used is suitable for the method selected, errors due to wrong reagent data are a thing of the past.

Important reagent information stored in the burette
Important reagent information is directly stored in the burette

Automatic monitoring, alert and check functions

The reliability of titration results depends on a number of factors. The AT-710S offers a multitude of helpful functions and automatic alerts which help to avoid the most frequent sources of error such as non accurate sensor calibrations, expired reagents, non accurate burettes or measuring errors due to temperature fluctuations.

Burette capacity validation
Automatic burette capacity validation
Periodic performance check setup
Alerts for reagent replacement and periodic maintenance
Correction of thermal expansion avoids measuring errors due to temperature fluctuations

Advanced tools for method development

The AT-710S and AT-710M titrators offer all the functions required for smooth method development even for applications which do not yield neat titration curves. In some cases several sensing techniques are worth to be considered in order to reliably detect the correct endpoint. For this reason the AT-710S and AT-710M offer in addition to a full set of reevaluation functions an unique feature: They can perform titrations collecting the signals of two types of detectors simultaneously!

Simultaneous detection of pH and color
Simultaneous detection of pH and color
Manual reevaluation of endpoint
Manual reevaluation of endpoint
Reevaluation of endpoint with intersection lines

Overheating protection built-in

Temperature is monitored during titration and titer addition is interrupted when the temperature exceeds the specified upper limit. This ensures safe measurements even when titrating concentrated acids with concentrated bases during which the temperature tends to be raised.

Overheating protection to titrate strong acids with strong bases
Overheating protection ensures safe measurements when titrating strong acids with strong bases

Substantial accuracy and reliability enhancement

High resolution burettes, small dead volumes and automatic compensation of the influence of ambient temperature fluctuations: The AT-710 titrators come with all the prerequisites that ensure highly accurate results:

The burette drives have a resolution of 20'000 steps.

No more classical turning valve connected to the burette: The AT-710 titrators come with a newly developed valve mounted directly on top of the burette. Advantage: Less connecting tubes, which means less cross contamination when replacing reagents and less room for air bubble formation.

Fluctuations of the ambient temperature can cause measuring errors. With an optional temperature sensor the AT-710 titrators monitor the temperature of the titration reagent and correct errors due to volume expansion automatically.

Old and new design of valve for burette
Old and new design of valve for burette
Burettes still based on external three way turning valves
New burette of the AT-710 based on a two way valve - less tubes, less problems

Electrode data stored in the cable

The optional smart electrode cable with IC chip stores calibration results, replacement date etc. of an electrode. Time consuming recalibration can be avoided when multiple electrodes are used.

Electrode data can be stored directly in the optional Smart Electrode Cable
Electrode data can be stored directly in the optional Smart Electrode Cable
Smart Electrode data

Smooth data entry and control

Transmitting sample weights directly from a balance, inputting sample names with a barcode reader, entering sample codes with a numeric keypad: The AT-710 titrators offer all the interfaces and features required for a seamless integration into your workflow.

The AT-710 Titrator is compatible with a wide range of USB devices
The AT-710 and MKV/MKC-710 titrators are compatible with a wide range of USB devices.

Applications

Food and Beverage

  • Amino acids in Sake
  • pH value and titrable acidity
  • CO2 content
  • Chloride (NaCl)
  • Free and total sulfurous acid
  • Volatile acids
  • Citric acid
  • Phosphoric acid
  • Calcium
  • Ascorbic acid
  • Kjehldahl nitrogen
  • Fluoride
  • Total iodine
  • Nitrite
  • Ash alkalinity
  • Free fatty acids
  • Iodine value
  • Saponification value
  • Formol number
  • Reducing sugars
  • Oxalic acid
  • Free fatty acids
  • Peroxide value
  • Peroxide value of oleic acid
  • POV of animal fat
  • Saccharin
  • Cyclamate
  • Methoxy and ethoxy groups

Standards

ASTM D558
E203
D695.33

 

AOAC 695.33




Chemicals | Petrochemicals

  • Acid number of biodiesel
    Acid number of resin
  • Peroxide number of kerosene
  • Total acid number (TAN)
  • Base number
  • Total base number (TBN)
  • Chloride
  • Bromine number
  • Bromine index
  • H2S
  • Mercaptan
  • Saponification number
  • Hydoxyl number
  • Hydoxyl value of polyether polyol
  • Organic chlorine content
  • Isocyanate
  • Monomer residues in PE
  • Carboxyl group in PET
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Purity of acrylic acid
  • Nitrogenous bases
  • Sodium Polyacrylate
  • Acid consumption of detergent
  • Purity of Benzoic Acid
  • Sulfadimethoxine in dye
  • Chloride in dyestuff
  • Amino group in dyestuff

Standards

ASTMD94
 D664
 D974
 D1159
 D2420
 D2710
 D2896
 D3227
 D4739
 D4929
 D5776
 D6470
 E1899

DIN51559

DIN ISO3771

DIN EN12634

IP177

GOST29255

ISO3012
 3839
 6619
 14900

JISK0070
 K2501
 K4101
 K8073
 K8150
 K1557-1

JPI5S-46-96

UOP163
 209
 212
 304
 588

Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics

  • Various active ingredients
  • Determination of iodine
  • Benzethonium chloride
  • Benzalkonium chloride in bactericide
  • Ca and Mg in dialysis solution
  • Chloride in pharmaceutical products
  • Al and Mg
  • Sodium hydrogen carbonate
  • Purity of salicylic acid
  • Sodium sulfate in cosmetics
  • Anionic surfactants
  • Cationic surfactants
  • Al and Mg
  • Urea

Standards

JISK8392
 K0113

Water

  • Total hardness (Ca and Mg)
  • Alkalinity
  • Chloride

Standards

EN ISO9963

DIN38406-3
38405-1

 

EPA130.2
310.1

Iron / Steel / Ceramics

  • Sulphuric acid
  • Hydrochloric acid
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Ammonium Hydroxide
  • Boric acid in electrolyte
  • Ferric iron in hydrochloric acid
  • Trace chlorine in cements
  • Aluminium oxides in cements
  • Cobalt in cemented carbide

Standards

CIS032B

ISO6353-3

JISK8863

Electronics / Surface Treatment / Power Generation

  • Cu in metal baths
  • Ni in metal baths
  • Boric acid in nickel baths
  • Tetrafluoroboric acid in Ni baths
  • Surfactants in plating baths
  • Cadmium in plating baths
  • Cyanide in plating baths
  • Tin in plating baths
  • Chloride in plating baths
  • Hydroxide and carbonate in plating baths
  • Cr(IV) and Cr(III) in chromium baths
  • H2SO4 in etching solution
  • Chromic acid in chrome bath
  • Ferrous salt in etching solution
  • Ferric salt in etching solution
  • Nickel Sulfate in electrolytic colorant
  • Amine in electrodeposition paint
  • Acid number in insulating oils
  • Boric acid concentration
  • Total acid number in insulating oils

Standards

ASTM D974

BS 148

JIS C2101
K8137
K8142



JPI-5S-57-99760

Technical Specifications

Product configuration

MCU-710S + AT-710 + IDP-100 printer + propeller stirrer

 
Detection range

1) Potentiometric:
2) pH:
3) Temperature

-2000 mV … +2000 mV
-20.00 … 20.00 pH
0 … 100 °C
Titration modes Auto titration, auto intermit, intermit, Stat  
Methods Standard methods 120, combined methods 10 (max. 5 methods can be linked)
Kinds of titrations Potentiometric (acid/base, redox, precipitation, chelometric)
Photometric, Polarization, Conductometric
 
Titration forms Full titration (Auto EP detection), EP Stop, Level Stop  
Special applications Measurement of electrode potential (pH, potential),
acid dissociation constant (pK a)
Simultaneous recording of 2 potentials (e.g. pH and %T)
Learn titration 
 
Display 8.4 inch color LCD 800 x 600 dots touch screen  
Languages English, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish,
German, French 
 
Calculations Concentration, statistics (mean, SD and RSD)
Automatic averaging of blank and factor values
 
Data storage

On board memory:

500 results
GLP functions

Operators:


Titrant: 

 

 

Performance checks:


Maintenance of electrodes:


 


Burette capacity:

Up to 10 operators can be registered.
User group administration.

Reminder of date of factor measurement,
alarm to indicate remaining reagent,
reminder to replace piston,
history of factor measurement.

Reminder of scheduled check date,
record of check results.

Record of electrode calibration history,
reminder for electrode calibrations,
record of calibration history, electrode
performance check, history of electrode performance checks. 

Automatic burette performance test.
Record of results of burette performance tests.

Operating hours counter.

Burette capacity

20 mL glass burette with brown cover
5 mL, 10mL, 1mL

standard
option
GLP / GMP functions Definable periodic interval for system performance checks
Automatic burette system performance check with periodic alert
Results of the last 10 performance checks are stored
System / user name can be defined
 
Burette drive Resolution 20'000 steps
Burette precision

50 mL burette/auto dispenser ±0.5 mL
20 mL ± 0.02 mL
10 mL ± 0.015 mL
5 mL± 0.01 mL
1mL± 0.005 mL 


Repeatability ± 0.01 mL
Repeatability ± 0.005 mL
Repeatability ± 0.003 mL
Repeatability ± 0.001 mL 
Preamplifiers

1)  STD
2)  PTA1)
3)  POT1)
4)  CMT1)
5)  TET1)

pH (mV) and mV, 2 inputs (standard)
Additional input for photometric sensor
Additional input for polarized electrode
Additional input for conductivity cell
2 ways and mV, 3 inputs 

1) on request, factory installed

External I/O

RS-232C,
3 channels


ELE, 1port

USB, 1 port



SS-BUS, 1 port


Temp. sensor

for dot matrix printer,
electronic balance,
Data Capture Software (SOFT-CAP)

for Smart electrode

for USB flash drive, thermal printer,
A4 printer keyboard, barcode reader,
foot switch, USB hub

for CHA-700 sample changer,
automatic piston burette (APB)

Pt100 for volume expansion correction
accuracy: ± 0.5 °C 

Expandability Automatic piston burette


Sample changer
Can control up to 10 burette drives
(including two built-in burettes)

CHA-600, CHA-700
Ambient conditions Temperature:
Rel. humidity:
5 … 35 °C
< 85% (no condensation)
Power supply DC 24 V 1.9 A (main unit)
AC 100 … 240 V ±10 % 50/60 Hz

(comes with AC adapter)
 
Power consumption Main unit approx. 30 W
Dimensions 141(W) x 296(D) x 367(H) mm (without tubing)  
Weight Titration unit:
Pinter: 
approx. 4 kg
approx. 0.4 kg 
CE conformity EMC:
LVD:
EN61326 conforming
EN61010-1 conforming
RE Directive 

Automation

Multiple Sample Changer CHA-700

CHA-700 Sample Changer
CHA-700 Sample Changer with AT-710S Titrator
CHA-700 Sample Changer

Zero Touch Operation: Unprecedented ease of use

The CHA-700 Sample Changer combines the advantages of an automation system with a totally new operating philosophy, which brings the conventional 'how many clicks are required per measurement' debate to an abrupt end: Zero Touch Operation does not mean fewer clicks required per measurement – it means no click at all!

The CHA-700 is an automatic titration stand with seven positions: One position is reserved for a beaker to clean and store the electrode. Each of the other six positions can freely be assigned to a certain type of measurement. To start a measurement, the operator simply needs to put the sample into the corresponding position – no method to select, no task list to fill, no start button to click. The system performs the titrations exactly in the order in which the samples have been put onto the tray. During operation, already titrated samples can continuously be replaced by new ones. This saves valuable time, as the operator does not have to wait for a titration to finish in order to put a new sample. Even urgent samples can be titrated immediately without needing to touch any key, performing the following fully-intuitive procedure: The operator lifts the less urgent samples briefly up to change the order in which they will be processed. That's it! As soon as all the samples are processed, the electrode returns to the reserved position and remains there.

CHA-700 Sample Changer
CHA-700 Sample Changer

Smallest space requirements with optimal functionality

A fully fledged titration system hardly occupies more bench space than a normal potentiometric titrator with it's titration stand. It goes without saying that it is far more compact than any other automated titration system but there are three other important advantages compared to such systems:

  • There is no acceleration of a turntable which could cause the samples to spill over.
  • All the samples can easily be replaced at anytime, there is never a sample at the rear of the turntable which hardly can be reached.
  • Changing the order in which the samples are processed is an easy task: The samples only need to be lifted up in the desired order - no need to rearrange the order of the beakers on the tray.

Adaptable to your specific requirements

The standard version of the CHA-700 is designed to be used with 250 mL or 200 mL standard beakers or disposable cups. Thanks to optional adapters several or all positions can easily be modified to hold 100 mL beakers or 50 mL disposable cups.

The CHA-700 can control an external pump which allows to equip it with a powerful shower/drain system to thoroughly clean the electrode and the stirrer after titrations.

 

Specifications  
Number of samples up to 6 up to 11
Sample beakers Standard:
250 mL beaker, 200 mL beaker,
200 mL disposable cup
With adapters (option):
100 mL tall beaker, 100 mL beaker,
50 mL beaker, 100 mL disposable cup
50 mL beaker,
100 mL disposable cup 
Cleaning Standard: Dipping in (beaker at fixed position)
Option: Shower / drain cleaning
 
Rinse solution Water, alcohol, etc.  
Stirrer Propeller stirrer  
Sequence setup Defined by the order the samples are put onto the tray.  
Sequence control By the titrator.
Each position can be assigned to a certain type of measurement (method).
 
Display LED (power, remote, beaker)
Each position has it's own LED.
 
Communication SS-bus (2 ports): For AT-700 Titrator and Automatic Piston Burette (APB).
Pump (1 port): For Shower/Drain pump
 
Dimensions 365 (W) × 443 (D) × 315 (H) mm  
Ambient conditions Temperature: 5 … 35°C
Rel. humidity < 85% (no condensation)
 
Power supply DC24 V 1.9A
AC 100 … 240 V ± 10% 50/60 Hz
Comes with AC adapter 
Power consumption Approx. 20 W  
Weight Approx. 8 kg  

Multiple Sample Changer CHA-600

CHA-600-12 Sample Changer
CHA-600-12 Sample Changer

Unique concept for cleaning and preconditioning

The CHA-600 Multiple Sample Changer offers much more performance and flexibility than traditional titration sample changers, as it is based on an unique concept for cleaning and preconditioning of the electrodes between titrations: Instead of cleaning the electrodes with a shower on top of a titration beaker or dipping them into special dedicated cleaning and pre-conditioning beakers, the titration head moves into a stationary rinsing container. This operating principle offers several substantial benefits:

  • No rinsing and conditioning beakers required.
  • Easier setup of the titration sequence.
  • No unnecessary back and forth rotations of the turntable.
  • More powerful cleaning.
  • No splattering around of rinsing solvents.
  • No obscure jumble of tubes on the titration head.
CHA-600 external pumps
CHA-600 external pumps

Advanced liquid handling

The CHA-600 features 2 built-in persistaltic pumps. For special applications like non aqueous titrations or applications which require a pre-treatement of the samples or the addition auxiliary reagents the CHA-600 can control several additional external diaphragm and/or peristaltic pumps and an automatic piston burette. The additional pumps can as well be used to automatically empty the beakers after titration and to collect the organic and inorganic waste in different containers. They enable the CHA-600 at the same time to perform series of aqueous and non-aqueous titrations in a row, applying different rinsing and pre-conditioning steps according to the nature of the samples to be titrated.

CHA-600 water circulator
CHA-600 water circulator

Heating or cooling samples? No problem!

Volatile samples sometimes require cooling, others require heating either because they are solid at room temperature or in order to speed up chemical reactions. The CHA-600 can do both, as it can be equipped with a water bath connected to a circulating thermostat in order to heat or cool the samples as soon as they are put into the turntable.

CHA-600 unit stage
CHA-600 unit stage

Minimum space requirement

Bench space is often limited. With the optional unit stage, the CHA-600 does not occupy any additional bench space.

CHA-600 evaporation protection
CHA-600 evaporation protection

Increased workplace safety

Space in the hood is even more precious. When highly toxic or volatile samples need to be analysed the CHA-600 can be equipped with an evaporation protection or with its own hood.

Specifications 
Number of samples 12 (CHA-600-12) / 18 (CHA-600-18)
Sample beakers CHA-600-12: 200 mL sample cup, 200 mL beaker, 300 mL tall beaker,
300 mL Erlenmeyer flask
CHA-600-18: 100 mL sample cup, 50 mL beaker
Cleaning Shower / Rinse
Rinse solution Water, alcohol, etc.
Stirrer Magnetic stirrer built in
Magnetic stirrer in rinse bath (optional)
Propeller stirrer (optional)
Sequence setup On automatic titrator
Sequence control Automatic by titrator
Manual by key
External control via RS232C
Display LED
Communication RS232C for Personal Computer
S-bus cable for AT-510/AT-610 Titrator
Dimensions 520 (W) × 434 (D) × 509 (H) mm
Ambient conditions Temperature: 5 … 35°C / Rel. humidity < 85% (no condensation)
Power supply AC 100...120 V, 200...240 V ± 10% 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 50 W
Weight Approx. 17 kg

Software

Soft Cap Data Capture Software

SOFT CAP Data Capture Software
SOFT CAP Data Capture Software

The easy way to transfer your results directly to Microsoft EXCEL

The Data Capture Software is an easy to use and flexible solution to collect measurement results from different KEM instruments (Refractometers, Density Meters, Potentiometric or Karl-Fischer Titrators, Thermal Conductivity Meters) on a Windows personal computer.

  • Up to four different instruments can be connected to one single PC and be used simultaneously. Two of these instruments can be of the same model.
  • The results can directly be stored in EXCEL workbooks. The measured results are always available at a glance in a clear and concise manner.
    • As soon as a measurement has finished, the result appears in the corresponding worksheet.
    • The layout, order and the format how the results are stored in EXCEL can freely be adapted to specific needs.
    • Results can be automatically be processed by EXCEL macros as they are transmitted to the PC. Additional data (comments, sample data, etc.) can be entered at any time by means of the PC keyboard or a barcode reader.
  • All results can at the same time be stored in as CSV files.

System Requirements for PC

SpecificationDescription
Computer Personal computer with Pentium II CPU of 233MHz or better
Operating system Microsoft Windows 2000, XP,
Vista (Home Basic, Business), 7 (Home Premium, Professional)
Other programs Microsoft EXCEL 97 / 2000 / 2003 / 2007
RAM at least 128 MB / 512 MB recommended
Hard disc space 10 MB required for installation
Display Resolution higher than 640 * 480
Disk drive CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
Interface 1 USB port
RS-232C D-sub (male) 9 pin required for each additional instrument
to be connected to the same computer.

AT-WIN Titration Software

AT-Win Titration Software / User Management
AT-Win Titration Software / User Management

Full GLP compliance

The AT-WIN titration software upgrades your titrator to a personal computer controlled titration system which offers full GLP compliance:

  • Comprehensive user management with username / password and individually assignable user rights.
  • Automatic electrode and sensor calibration overdue alerts, automatic storage of calibration histories.
  • Burette validation function including alert for periodic performance checks and piston-head change.
  • Alert for period checks of the system with standard substances, automatic storage of the check history.
AT-Win Titration Software / Method Wizard
AT-Win Titration Software / Method Wizard

Intuitive user guidance - easy setup - more reliable results

An intuitive dialogue based wizard makes the setup of new titration methods a snap. The AT-WIN software comes with an exhaustive database containing the ideal measuring conditions for many applications - including pdf documents with detailed descriptions of the methods. During setup of the method the entire standard operating procedures which tell you exactly which sensors and titrants to use and how to perform the titrations appear directly on the screen.

AT-Win Titration Software / Results Database
AT-Win Titration Software / Results Database

Comprehensive documentation - simple data exchange

The results of all titrations and performance checks are stored in a database. To access this data later on in order to evaluate it statistically, to export it, to print it out or to re-calculate it, AT-WIN offers the entire spectrum of data base filter and sort functions. For documentation purposes, the results can not only be printed out in a freely definable format, they can as well be exported as Microsoft Word documents, to a Microsoft ACCESS database or as csv files in order to use them in spreadsheet programs like Microsoft EXCEL.

Software Specifications

SpecificationDescription
Name AT-WIN Titrator Software, compliant with electronic records
Method files   AT-510 AT-500N AT-700
Normal method file yes yes yes
Combined method file yes no yes
Titration type Full (EP stop) yes yes yes
Auto EP stop yes yes yes
EP level stop yes yes yes
Auto intersect yes yes no
pH stat titration yes no no
Special titration Dissociation constant (pKa), auto preamplifier change-over
Display Measurement screen Real time time titration curve, titration mode,
burette number, sample number, lot number,
titration volume, potential
  Parameter screen Method parameters (conditions, formulas, etc.),
sample parameters (sample size, method filename,
lot number, sample name, constants, etc.)
  Help screen SOP, description of parameters, operating manual
  System information Status of connected titrator, burettes and
sample changer
Printout Measurement results, data list, method parameters, sample parameters.
Individual name for each constant, temperature expansion compensation
coefficient for titrant.
Data files Measurement results and parameters stored on hard disc. The maximum
number of records which can be stored depends on the capacity of the
hard disc.
Data processing Statistics Mean, standard deviation, rel. standard deviation
  Re-calculation Sample size, constant, factor
  EP re-detection
(re-evaluation)
Auto EP, manual EP, auto intersect,
manual intersect, limited EP
  Data transfer Report in MS Word format, data export in CSV and
MDB format, output to external PC
Security User identification with name and password.
Individually assignable user rights.
User guidance Display of working instructions.
Possibility to enter sample sizes and comments.
GLP/GMP Electrodes Alert of calibration day, record of results
  Periodic checks Alert for periodic system performance check,
record of results
  Burettes Alert for burette capacity validation,
record of validation results,
alert to replace reagent and piston head.
  Operational record Record of all AT-WIN operation steps performed.
Alarm messages Key entry, calculation errors, malfunctions, etc.
Model compatibility AT-510, AT-500N1, AT-500N2

System Requirements for PC

SpecificationDescription
Computer Personal computer with Pentium II CPU of 233MHz or better
Operating system Microsoft Windows 2000, XP,
Vista (Home Basic, Business), 7 (Home Premium, Professional)
Other programs Microsoft EXCEL 97 / 2000 / 2003 / 2007
RAM at least 128 MB / 512 MB recommended
Hard disc space 10 MB required for installation
Display Resolution higher than 640 * 480
Disk drive CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
Interface 1 USB port
RS-232C D-sub (male) 9 pin required for each additional instrument
to be connected to the same computer.

Tview6 Software

Tview5 Titration Software
Tview6 computer software - potentiometric titration example
Tveiw6 computer software - Karl Fischer titration example

Convenient handling of titration data

Titration results are frequently printed out on A4 printers and/or archived on personal computers.
In certain cases, however, it is not ideal or even impossible to have a personal computer or an A4 printer near to the measuring system. In such cases, the Tview6 software is the ideal solution:

  • The AT-610/AT-510 Automatic Potentiometric Titrators and the MKA-610/MKC-610 Karl Fischer Moisture Titrators can store the results of up to 300 titrations on an USB flash drive (memory stick, AT-610, MKA-610 and MKC-610 only) or a compact flash card. The results stored on the memory stick or compact flash card contain all the relevant data, such as calculated results, titration curves, operator names, sample and measuring parameters.
  • With the Tview6 software the results stored on the memory stick or compact flash card can be archived, evaluated, printed out exported to other PC programs like Microsoft Excel, Access or Word.

Tview6 offers numerous possibilities to archive, evaluate and print the titration data:

  • Based on the titration curve data the endpoints can be reevaluated: The Tview6 software allows to simulate the endpoint detection of titration curves obtained with an AT-610 titrator and is thus a valuable tool to develop and optimize titration methods for difficult applications.
  • If required, results can be recalculated based on modified calculation formulas, constants, sample sizes, etc.
  • The filters and statistical functions of Tview6 make it easy to keep an overview of the results and to analyse them statistically.
  • The curves of several titrations can be superimposed.
  • Results can be printed out in freely definable formats based on customizable Microsoft Word templates.
  • The results can be exported to database and spreadsheet programs.

Software Specifications

FeatureDescription
Displays Titration curves
Calculations
Data lists
EP reevaluation 1) Automatic reevaluation
Manual reevaluation
Auto intersect
Manual intersect
Limit number of endpoints
Recalculation By modifying factors, blank values, constants, formulas
and sample sizes
Statistics Mean value
Standard deviation
Relative standard deviation
Superimpose 2) Superimpose of max. 10 titration curves
Print Based on MS Word templates.
1, 2 or 4 results per page
Results lists
Data export To MS Word (.doc), Access (.mdb) or any spreadsheet program (.csv) like MS Excel

1) AT-610 Titrator only        2) AT-510 and AT-610 Titrator only

System Requirements for PC

SpecificationDescription
Computer Personal computer with CPU of 500MHz or better
(Intel Pentium/Celeron family, AMD K6-2/Athlon/Duron family or Intel compatible CPUs)
Operating system Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP > 4), XP (SP > 1),
Vista (Home Basic, Business), 7 (Home Premium, Professional)
Other programs Internet Explorer (Version 6 or later), Adobe Acrobat Reader (Version 4.0 or later
RAM at least 128 MB (512 MB recommended)
Hard disc space 50 MB required for installation
20 GB of free space recommended to store titration data, methods, etc.
Display Resolution 1024 * 768 or higher
Disk drive CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
Card reader 1 slot for CF cards or PCMCIA standard Type II cards (AT-510)
For the latest versions of AT-610, MKA-610 and MKC-610 no card reader is required as an USB flash drive (memory stick) can be used a storage media
Serial port 1 USB for serial protector

Accessories

Printers

IDP-100 Printer
IDP-100 Printer

IDP-100 Printer

Dot matrix ink printer for GLP compliance.

  • Dot matrix printer with ink ribbon, prints on regular paper (width 57.5 ± 0.5mm).
  • 24 digits, 144 dots per line.
  • Automatic paper end detection - no loss of data!
  • 2 kB internal buffer memory. Advantage: Less time required per measurement, as the instrument does not have to wait until the results are printed out.

External Burettes

APB-610 Automatic Piston Burette
APB-610 Automatic Piston Burette

Automatic Piston Burette APB-610

The Automatic Piston Burette APB-610 can be used either as stand alone precision burette to perform manual titrations or as an additional external burette for KEM titration systems based on an AT-510, AT-610 or AT-700 Titrator. The APB-610 allows to meter liquids with highest accuracy even under difficult circumstances:

  • The end of the feeding hose is equipped with a device which prevents diffusion.
  • The burette can be equipped with a temperature sensor to monitor the temperature of the liquid and to correct possible errors due to thermal expansion caused by variations of the surrounding temperature.
  • The glass body of the burette is shielded by a protection cover.
Techical Specifications APB-610
Display LCD 2 lines x 16 characters
Burette 20 mL, glass with brown safety cover
1, 5, 10 and 50 mL burettes available as option
Burette precision 1 mL burette: ± 0.005 mL
5 mL burette: ± 0.01 mL
10 mL burette: ± 0.015 mL
20 mL burette: ± 0.02 mL
50 mL burette: ± 0.05 mL
Dispense rate Approx. 20 s for complete discharge
Valve Automatic ceramic valve
Liquid contacted materials PTFE, boron silicate glass, ceramic
Interface RS-232C, mini DIN, 8 pin, female
Ambient conditions Temperature: 5 … 35°C | Humidity: < 85% RH
Power supply 100 … 120 V, 200 … 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption Approx. 20 W
Dimensions 120 (W) x 363 (D) x 610 (H) mm (including burette unit)

Titration Cells

MTA-118-1 Microtitration Cell
Microtitration Cell Unit MTA-118-1
Microtitration Cell Unit MTA-118-5
Microtitration Cell Unit MTA-118-50

Microtitration Cell Units

The ideal solution for samples, which are available in small quantities only. The Microtitration Cell Unit is available in three different sizes, all cells have a water jacket.

ModelMin. Sample VolumeMax. Sample Volume
MTA-118-1 1 mL 2.5 mL
MTA-118-5 5 mL 35 mL
MTA-118-50 25 mL 100 mL
Sealed Cell Unit SCU-118
Sealed Cell Unit SCU-118

Sealed Cell Unit SCU-118

The Sealed Cell Unit SCU-118 facilitates the problem-free titration of samples which are

  • highly volatile
  • highly toxic or extremely malodorous
  • oxygen sensitive and cannot be exposed to the atmosphere.

The SCU-118 has a capacity of 200 mL, the minimum sample quantity required is 50 mL.

Electrodes, Sensors, Electrolytes

Titration Electrodes

Technical specifications of electrodes and sensors

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Part NameOrdering NumberRemarks
Combined Glass Electrode (C-171) 67-0001-00 Standard electrode for acid-base titrations
(L = 135)
pH Glass Electrode (H-171) 67-00001-00 For acid-base titrations (L = 135)
requires a reference electrode
Combined Glass Electrode (C-173) 67-00001-01 For non aqueous titrations (L = 135)
Combined Glass Electrode (C-176) 67-00001-02 For non aqueous titrations (L = 180)
Combined Glass Electrode (C-675) 67-00001-16

Small diameter (L =180)

Combined Glass Electrode (C-181) 67-00001-03 With epoxy body, only for aqueous titrations
Combined Glass Electrode (C-472)
(sleeve diaphragm)
67-00001-08 For high alkaline products (L = 135)
Combined Platinum Electrode (C-272) 67-00001-07 For redox titrations
Combined Platinum Electrode (C-775) 67-00001-17 Small diameter (L = 180)
Combined Platinum Electrode for COD (C-598) 67-00001-15 Small diameter (L = 220)
For COD titration
Platinum Electrode (M-271) 67-00001-10 Requires a reference electrode (L = 135)
Combined Silver Electrode (C-373) 67-00001-04 For argentometric titrations (e.g. chloride)
Combined Silver Electrode (C-898)
(sleeve diaphragm)
67-00001-18 small diameter (L = 220)
Silver Electrode (M-371) 67-00001-19 Requires a reference electrode
Silver Electrode (for Non-Aqueous Titration) (M-214) 12-03965 Requires a reference electrode
Calcium Ion Selective Electrode (I-171) 12-04890 For total hardness (water) titrations
requires a reference electrode
Chloride Ion Selective Electrode (I-271) 67-00001-20 Requires a reference electrode
Copper Ion Selective Electrode (I-371) 67-00001-21 Titration of metal ions in electroplating baths
requires a reference electrode
Lead Ion Selective Electrode (I-471) 67-00001-22 For sulphate determinations
requires a reference electrode
Fluoride Ion Selective Electrode (I-571) 12-01138-51 Requires a reference electrode
Combined Surfactant Electrode (S-173) 12-04598 Requires a reference electrode
Ceramic Reference Electrode (R-171)
(ceramic diaphragm)
67-00001-11 General purpose (L = 135)
Double Junction Reference Electrode (R-173)
(double junction)
67-00001-12 For non aqueous titrations (L = 135)
Mercury Sulfate Reference Electrode (R-272) 67-00001-14 Reference electrode for argentometric titrations
(e.g. chloride) (L = 135)
Twin Platinum Electrode (M-511) 12-03840 Polarization titration (wire, L = 135)
Twin Platinum Plate Electrode (M-512) 12-03879 Polarization titration (plate)
Internal Solution 250 mL (KNO3) 12-00911-02 Electrolyte for combined or reference electrode
Internal Solution for Reference Electrode 250 mL (KCl) 12-00911 Electrolyte for combined or reference electrodes
Internal Solution for Mercury Sulfate 250 mL (K2SO4) 12-00911-01 Electrolyte for combined or reference electrodes
Connection Cable for BNC 90 cm 64-00726-31 BNC type (L = 90)
Connection Cable for BNC 210 cm 64-00726-41 BNC type (L = 210)
Connection Cable for Pin 90 cm 64-00726-33 Pin type (L = 90)
Connection Cable for Pin 210 cm 64-00726-43 Pin type (L = 210)
Temperature Compensation Electrode (T-111) 12-039661 Cable: 70 cm for CMT
Temperature Compensation Electrode (T-171) 12-00127-00 Cable: 100 cm (L = 135)
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