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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.