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Arc View Handheld Mobile Sensor Enhances Measurements


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 38, Issue 4, pp. 2
The Hamilton Arc View Handheld allows for measurement checks, the reading of measuement values, and the configuration and calibration of sensors in the run-up to performing measurements. The Arc View Handheld can communicate wirelessly and in parallel to the interface of a programmable logic controller with up to 31 sensors at the same time. A maximum of four sensors can be actively monitored on the display and queried for the measurement results. In addition to the conventional numerical representation of the read-out values, the handset also offers the user a graphical representation in real time. For example, fluctuating pH levels can be displayed as a measurement graph. Furthermore, the quality of measurements, as well as the functionality of the sensor, can be controlled.

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