Unique Solar-powered Digital Burette
Aug 06 2020
Use of Hirschmann’s solarus® ensures that the term ‘sustainable’ is related directly to work in the laboratory. The unique solar-powered digital burette is powered exclusively using photovoltaic. Power is supplied to the solarus® electronics via the solar cell at the rear. Charging and changing of batteries, excessive stand-by costs or returning the unit for replacement of lithium cells are therefore a thing of the past.
solarus® exploits instead the advantages of solar technology: comfortable, simple, environmentally friendly, inexhaustible and free. Use of superior-quality solar cells ensures a reliable power supply at all times, even where lighting conditions are restricted in the laboratory.
Easily replaceable valves, individual calibration with ‘Quick-Cal’ and permanent storage of the manufacturer’s calibration mean that solarus® can be adapted rapidly and flexibly. The vivid digital display prevents meniscus reading errors and is always clearly legible, regardless of the viewing angle. The handwheels with a soft touch surface are ergonomically optimised for particularly precise control.
solarus® is available in a 10 ml, 20 ml and 50 ml version. Thanks to its innovative technology, the solarus® 10 ml enables titration of the smallest volumes with an indicating range of 10 μl to 99.99 ml in 10 μl graduations. The ejection unit with a fine tip is supplied as a standard component.
With its unique function and design, solarus® not only impressed users, but also the jury. Since the market launch, it has regularly been among those products nominated for awards and the prize winners of prestigious national and international design competitions. It has also won several environmental prizes, being awarded both the Blue Angel (Blauer Engel) and the Green Good Design award.
Visit Hirschmann at analytica in hall B1, stand 208 and hall B2, stand 431 (Digital Transformation).
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