A double-modulation fluorometer which measures Chlorophyll fluorescence signal with a time resolution of up to 4 µs.
A Double-modulation fluorometer which measures Chl-fluorescence signal with a time resolution of up to 1 µs and detection limit of 100ng chl/L. This enables combining PAM measurements with fast kinetic measurements of OJIP and of flash fluorescence induction.
Modulated fluorometer with detection limit of 1 ng Chl/l. It allows measurements of fluorescence induction and of QA re-oxidation kinetics with pico-molar chlorophyll concentrations.
Non-imaging modulated chlorophyll fluorometer with ultra high sensitivity of 0.1 ng Chl/l, and with optional integrated web interface which allows remote control of the experiments.
Measures chlorophyll fluorescence of underwater organisms – plants, corals, or seaweed. The measuring compartment is equipped with a holder that allows easy manipulation under water with maximum operating depth of the instrument around 1 meter (40 inches).
A flow through, portable and robust device for online detection and continuous monitoring of photosynthetic microorganisms in both natural and artificial water bodies.
Used for precise phototrophic cultivation of algae and cyanobacteria. It features a unique combination of the cultivator and monitoring device (measurements of optical density and chlorophyll fluorescence, pH, temperature, O2, CO2)
A cuvette version of the AquaPen fluorometer with ultra-high sensitivity – up to 0.5 ug Chl/L. It has blue and red measuring lights for measurements of photosynthetic parameters both in algal and cyanobacterial suspensions in a cuvette.
A hand-held fluorometer with very high sensitivity (up to 0.5 ug Chl/L) that enables rapid and accurate measurement of photosynthetic parameters in suspensions via submersible probe.
Z995 FluorPen PAR includes all the features of the Z990 FluorPen with all the extra options i.e. it measures Ft, QY, NPQ, OJIP, and Light Curve (QY). In additions, the FluorPen PAR incorporates an integrated Light Meter for direct digital readouts of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) in the range from 400 to 700 nm, the [...]