The I-2002 Dissolved Oxygen Meter is designed for accurately and quickly measuring oxygen in water levels from 0 - 15.0 ppm. This device uses the Indigo Carmine Method for testing. In an acidic solution, oxygen oxidizes the yellow-green colored leuco form of indigo carmine to form a highly colored blue dye. The resulting blue color is proportional to the dissolved oxygen concentration in the sample. The results are displayed on the monitor in ppm (mg/L) Oxygen present.
This device has LED display for precise and accurate readout and is easy to use. Once the I-2002 has been purchased the cost per test is only $1.07.
- SAM Photometer (I-2002)
- K-7513 Oxygen Vacu-vials (30 test)
- A blank/zero ampoule
- Light shield
- 25 mL sample cup
- 4 AAA batteries for operation
- Screwdriver for installing/replacing batteries
- Instruction manual
- Carrying case to hold device & accessories
How to use the I-2002:
- The I-2002 must be turned on.
- Put the Zero ampoule into the device and cover with the light shield piece to zero out the unit. (NOTE: This must be zeroed any time the unit is turned off and turned back on)
- To test, fill the 25 mL sample cup with your sample water.
- Snap the end of the Vacu-vial in the water on the bottom/side of the 25 mL sample cup.
- Mix the contents of the ampoule by tipping back and forth a few times.
- Dry the vacu-vial and wait 2 minutes for color development.
- Place into the device (flat end first) for readout.
Designed for use with K-7503, K-7513, and K-7553