Intelligent BOD Meter
Used to measure biochemical oxygen demand to determine the amount of dissolved oxygen within a sample, the Intelligent BOD meter got its name from its ease of use. Using a Mercury-free testing method, this tool has an automatic reading capacity with data uploaded wirelessly for data input and printing (upgrade model only). The Intelligent BOD meter is a great apparatus for those within the water quality testing industry. The standard set with apparatus and testing reagents has the ability to conduct 60 data points while the upgrade set has the capacity to test up to 960 data points.
ConductScience offer the Intelligent BOD Meter
|Description||Standard set||Upgrade set|
|Testing result storage||10 years’ data||10 years’ data|
|Number of sets||1 sets||3 sets|
|Maximum test period available||7 days||30 days|
|Direct reading of concentration||Yes||Yes|
|Display data curve||No||Yes|
|Upload data wirelessly||No||Yes|
|Unlimited data printing||No||Yes|
|Test method||Mercury-free differential pressure sensing method||Mercury-free differential pressure sensing method|
An intelligent BOD (biochemical oxygen demand) meter is a device used to measure the amount of oxygen that is consumed by microorganisms in the biological treatment of wastewater. The BOD test is a measure of the amount of organic matter present in the wastewater and is an important parameter for determining the effectiveness of the treatment process.
Intelligent BOD meters typically use advanced sensors and electronics to accurately measure the oxygen consumption of microorganisms in the wastewater. These meters often have built-in intelligence and data processing capabilities, allowing them to automatically adjust for temperature and other variables and to provide real-time data analysis and reporting. Some intelligent BOD meters may also have features such as remote monitoring and control, alarms, and data storage capabilities.
Intelligent BOD meters are commonly used in wastewater treatment plants, sewage treatment plants, and other industrial and municipal environments to monitor and optimize the biological treatment process. They can help ensure that the wastewater is properly treated and that the treatment process is running efficiently and effectively.