Food & Agriculture
Rapid Measurement of Total Organic Carbon in Soil
Understanding how SOC changes over time and through different practices has now been made easier with the SciAps Z-300 handheld analyzer.
Smaller and lighter than ever, the Z-300 makes use of several advanced features
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Rising interest in soil health and carbon sequestration has led to increased demand for measuring SOC. In a recent study, SciAps worked with the Agricultural Laboratory Proficiency Program (ALP) to incorporate a comprehensive, diverse group of soils from the U.S. and Canada into one standard calibration to provide a fast and accurate measurement of SOC.
The Z-300 calibration is based on many different soil types and properties. These soils also span a range of usage sites including: pasture, fallow, forest, corn, grains, potatoes, soybeans, fruits, rice, and cotton.
Every test result is stored on the analyzer and
sent via WiFi to one or more online PCs located anywhere in the world.
Share Test Results with Your Phone for Instant Emailing
SciAps apps share test results to mobile phone via Bluetooth automatically. Users can view current or previous test results, and page through them exactly like a camera roll. Results can be emailed as PDF files direct from phone. Currently only available with Android phones. Apple capability coming soon.
Custom Auto Report Generation
Who has time to download data, cut and paste into spreadsheets and documents? Instead create a report template one time, with your company logo, layout, etc. Then download data directly, print (even via WiFi) and done.
Share Data with Wireless or Bluetooth Printers for Instant or Automated Printing
Automatically send test results to WiFi printers, or to Zebra belt-mounted Bluetooth printer. Printers not included with Connectivity package.
Available in 2019
Test results are automatically uploaded to a secure cloud site, and can be viewed, edited and downloaded from browser software.
Available in 2019
You use LIBS for some materials. You use X-ray for others. How about automatically merging the data from both analyzers into a single report? Even a competitor’s XRF!