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Cambustion CLD sample head on tripod

CLD Principle

The reaction between NO and O3 (ozone) emits light. This reaction is the basis for the CLD in which the photons produced are detected by a photo multiplier tube (PMT). The CLD output voltage is proportional to NO concentration.

The light-producing reaction is very rapid so careful sample handling is important in a very rapid response instrument. The Cambustion Fast CLD uses a unique sampling system coupled with miniaturised CLD technology to give millisecond response times.

The Cambustion Fast CLD has two remote sampling heads controlled by a Main Control Unit and is capable of simultaneous sampling in two locations.

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