Liquid samples color analysis with RS232 output series A110

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A liquid is filled in a bottle and placed in the cavity of the sensor. The sensor measures color from the liquid optically.  4 light flashes red, yellow, green, and blue are used to measure color.  The results of these measurements and calculations color sent to a PC.  The letters shown on the screen are the following for the measured values:

RED = red   GRE = green   YEL = yellow   BLU = blue    TEM = ambient temperature


Technical Data:
Power: Powered from PC or PDA
Materials: Housing = ABS natural   Seal = Sealon PTFE   Screws = stainless steel 301
Color formula: see color patent
Connection: 9 pole D connector (Palm adaptor available)
Resolution: A number between 0 and 999 within 0.1% accuracy
Sample Bottle: 6 ml boro-silicate vial, 17 mm diameter - EW-08918-20 from

User Instructions:

Connect directly to PC HyperTerminal with the following settings:

    9600 bd / 8 bit / no parity / 1 stop / none / ASCII / VT100





Like any analytical instrument there are many other things you can do with it.  The output from your measurement shows in the PC and instead of using the calculated data’s from the sensor you can create your own calibration by using the formulas above or other manipulations. Typical applications are the use of the measured values and the interpretation for different properties like clarity for beverages or for specific factors in the petroleum industry.


To calibrate to any master and go with the formulas above or any standard in your PC by ignoring the existing data coming in from the sensor. You always can use the values from the sensor as default. You can calculate the new values  or put the formula in your PC software.


Applications for color detection of liquids:





Processed Food Products

Fuels and Lubricants

Organic Chemistry


Medical and Biology

Water and Sewage

Mineral and Gems

Inorganic Chemistry

Paint Varnish and Glue

Paper and Cellulose

Rubber Industry


Metal and Glass

Fertilizer mixtures

Bacteria and fungi in liquids

Not Applicable

Purity and composition of liquids

Color of juices, wines and beers

Color from residual products such as gasoline, diesel or crude oil

Color in perfumes

Color compositions on art

Color of Urine, Saliva and others

Color of algae

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Color from glue and paint

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable