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The XperCount, from XpertSea Solutions

The XperCount

The XperCount

October 18, 2012
AlgaeIndustryMagazine.com

The XperCount, from XpertSea Solutions is a compact system for counting small aquatic organisms. The procedure is as simple as it gets. Just add organisms to the bucket, press count, and get results in seconds.

XperCount can count millions of microalgae in the bucket

XperCount can count millions of microalgae in the bucket

The system is portable and adapted to the marine environment, requiring low maintenance on the HDPE container and lid components. It features a simple three button fully integrated user interface. Measurements can be performed using liquid volumes from 10mL up to 10L.

Counting range of the XperCount

Counting range of the XperCount

The XperCount can count high-density organisms in the micron range, reaching accuracies of 95% and higher. It can be programmed using an SD card and can store up to 5 different applications on the same device. The display outputs real units such as total number of organisms or concentration of organisms per mL.

For more info: info@xpertsea.com

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