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Five new laboratory sensors added to this portfolio

| By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey

There are five new laboratory sensors (photo) that are compatible with this company’s Liquiline CML18 handheld laboratory analysis device. The Memosens CPL53E (digital pH sensor), CPL57E (digital pH sensor for low-conductivity water), CPL59E (pH sensor built for harsh conditions), COL37E (optical oxygen sensor) and CLL47E (four-electrode digital conductivity sensor) liquid analytical sensors now join the CPL51E to provide reliable measurement, easy operation and enhanced good laboratory practice (GLP). The new sensors support data and quality management in the verification processes of online measurements, provide immediate and tamper-proof calibration history traceability, with easy data transfer using Bluetooth technology. Using the bayonet connector, the handheld CML18 and Memosens sensors are plug-and-play devices, with support for easily switching output parameters — such as pH, dissolved oxygen and conductivity — at the measuring point. Users can begin making measurements without initial calibration since instruments are pre-calibrated at the factory. — Endress+Hauser, Greenwood, Ind.