To analyze the chemical composition of the sample, the OMA uses an analysis method known as ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis) spectroscopy. The system measures absorbance from 200nm to 800nm and quantifies the amount of light absorbed by the sample at each integer wavlength; the OMA plots this raw data to visualize a high-resolution absorbance spectrum. Learn more
The OMA uses a long-life xenon light source to transmit a signal through the sample fluid in the flow cell. The signal is carried by fiber optic cables from the analyzer to the flow cell, where the chemical mixture of the sample has unique interactions with the light based on its current composition. Learn more
To measure true NOX, the OMA individually measures NO and NO2 concentrations. The powerful multi-component software isolates the distinctive absorbance curves of the analytes and mathematically isolates their structures from the total sample absorbance. In accordance with Beer-Lambert Law, the OMA correlates the height of these curves directly to real-time concentrations. The NOX reading is a simple sum of the two measurements.
Our proprietary ECLIPSE software processes the raw spectral data to provide real-time concentration readings. The operator can easily navigate between views (trendgraph, spectrum, and more) using intuitive touch-screen navigation. You can also configure alarms, data logging, and outputs. Learn more
Most analyzers draw the process sample directly into the analyzer enclosure for analysis, which is dangerous if the sample fluid is toxic, explosive, or corrosive. The OMA design is unique: we bring the light to the sample, not the other way around. The sample circulates through the external flow cell, which receives the signal via fiber optic cables. Learn more