Instant Real-time Microbial Detection
The 7000RMS delivers continuous monitoring of water with results every two seconds. It requires no sample preparation or incubation period.
Accurate Counting of Microorganisms
Advanced laser-induced fluorescence and Mie scattering technologies are used to count microorganisms present in pharmaceutical grade water systems.
Improves Process Control
The analyzer provides a history of trends in your water system prior to an out-of-specification event, helping to find the root cause of contamination.
Material No.: 58045001
| Operating Range (Temp.)||0 °C – 37 °C|
| Operating Range (Humidity)||10 % – 90 %|
| Flow Rate||30 mL/min – 100 mL/min|
| Dimensions (HxWxD)||616 mm x 564 mm x 305 mm|
| Analysis Time||Continuous|
| Environment||Pollution degree 3|
| Wall Mount||Anti-vibration shelf required (P/N 58 079 700)|
| Minimum detection size||≥ 0.3 μm|
| Inlet pressure|| Process pressure above 80 psig (5.5 bar(g)) requires optional High Pressure Regulator (P/N 58 091 552)|
21 - 80 psig (2 - 5.5 bar(g))
Calibration, cleaning and grab sample requires sample pressure of 0 psig (0 bar(g)
| Humidity (non-condensing)||80% maximum relative humidity up to 31 °C (87.8 °F) decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40 °C (104 °F)|
| Ambient temperature (non-condensing)|| 1 - 37 °C (32 - 98.6 °F)|
Temperature below 15 °C or above 45 °C requires Sample Conditioning Coil (included)
| Voltage|| TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES: up to levels of OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORY II|
MAINS supply voltage fluctuations up to ±10% of the nominal voltage of 100 - 240 VAC 50 - 60 Hz
TEMPORARY OVERVOLTAGES occurring on the MAINS SUPPLY
| Data communication|| Analog output channels|
Ethernet - standard RJ 45 / Wi-Fi capable
SCADA connectivity via Modbus TCP
5 - 20 mA standard, with configurable output ranges
| Enclosure Material||Stainless Steel|
| Measurement Range||1 -10,000 AFU / mL|
| Response Time||3 seconds (1 mL)|
| Physical dimensions||(WxHxD) 22.2"(56.4 cm) W x 24.25"(61.6 cm) H x 12"(30.5 cm) D|
| Monitoring location||At-line to drain|
| Flow rate||31 mL/min|
| Use||Indoor use|
| Environmental Temperature||6 - 35 °C (41- 95 °F)|
| Weight||73.4 lbs (33.3 kg)|
| Outlet connection||0.125" (3 mm) O.D.|
| Inlet connection||0.125" (3 mm) O.D.|
| Power Requirements|| 100 - 240 VAC 50 - 60 Hz 5A|
Use the power cord included with the instrument
8.2' (2.5 m) cord length provided standard
| Temperature (non-condensing)||6 - 90 °C (41-194 °F) Temperature below 15 °C or above 45 °C requires Sample Conditioning Coil (included)|
| Detection limit||2 AFU (Auto Fluorescent Units)|
| Type / Quality||Purified Water (PW), Ultrapure Water (UPW), Water for Injection (WFI)|
| Altitude||Up to 6562' (2000 m)|
| Material Number(s)||58045001|
Rapid, Reliable Measurement Results
The analyzer eliminates the variability and time-consuming nature of traditional plate counting. Its real-time microbial monitoring allows you to release water confidently without having to wait 5-7 days for results, thereby eliminating delays in product release.
Reduces Risk of Contaminated Water
When used in parallel with plate counting, the 7000RMS offers a rapid microbial method solution for better control of your water system. The constant monitoring gives you full visibility of changes in contamination levels to ensure water quality for release.
Easy to Operate User Interface
Unique features are available with the microbial detection analyzer to increase its efficiency, including a convenient touchscreen display with intuitive user interface and a user-defined alarm threshold for alert, action and breach limits.
Optimizes Sanitation Cycles
By using continuous trending data from the 7000RMS microbial analyzer, you can establish a baseline and monitor any shifts before and after sanitization to determine a cycle's frequency and effectiveness.