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Measuring Technology All-in-One Optical pH & Oxygen & Temp Meter

Editor: Alexander Stark

The Firesting-Pro from Pyro Science works with optical O2, pH, and temperature minisensors & -probes and flow-through cells, sensor spots & vials with contactless read-out. It measures important parameters in a single sample with maximum flexibility concerning analyte, sensor format, measuring mode, and application range.

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Firesting Pro enables the measurement of several parameters in one sample.
Firesting Pro enables the measurement of several parameters in one sample.
(Source: Pyro Science)

The new compact Firesting-Pro is a one-device solution for multiple analytes and sensor heads. It is a PC-controlled (USB) fiber-optic multi-analyte meter, which can be combined with the complete sensor portfolio for optical O2, pH, and temperature sensors from Pyro Science. Each optical channel is freely configurable for several analytes and sensor types. These range from microsensors (50 µm tip) to robust probes (3 mm tip), and include diverse smart contactless sensor solutions (for measurements in closed systems / respirometry, microfluidics and complex geometries), as well as sensors for different ranges (full and trace range O2, pH ranges). A precision Pt100 temperature sensor can be connected to the temperature port, allowing automatic zero noise and zero latency temperature compensation of the optical sensor measurements in samples with varying temperatures, even during high speed measurements. The new Fire Sting Pro features improved ambient light suppression for applications at in situ light conditions, as well as smart measurement modes for prolonged sensor lifetime. Several Fire Sting Pro devices can be simply operated with a single PC in a single Pyro Workbench window, offering scalable fiber-optic multi-parameter sensor systems with e.g. 8, 16, 32, or 64 channels. It can be used to measure important parameters in a single sample at high precision with maximum flexibility concerning analyte, sensor format, measuring mode, and application range.

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