Inframatic 8800 is the next generation portable NIR instrument for protein, moisture and oil determination in grain and oilseed. The instrument has been designed with portability in mind to give users freedom to measure grain in-field, at grain storage sites and at grain processing locations. Equipped with GPS enables point specific sampling to generate protein maps on-the-go to make informed harvesting and binning decisions. With uncompromising quality and build standards the instrument provides you with highly accurate data which you can rely on.
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The Inframatic 8800 uses solid state components and diode array technology meaning no moving optical components. The lack of moving parts makes it rugged and robust, and allows us to align and match instruments at the factory. This means the instruments are accurate, repeatable, and reproducible.
The Inframatic 8800 is standardized to our elevator/lab instrument – the Inframatic 9500. The Inframatic 9500 is well established in the market and is an approved for payment instrument in many countries. It has approvals in the USA, Germany, and Australia to name a few.
Features and Benefits
Operation and handling
The Inframatic 8800 is very easy to use. It’s operated through a touchscreen with an intuitive user interface. Analyzing a sample requires just a few, simple steps:
|Products||Grains and Oilseeds|
|Parameters||Moisture, Protein, Oil, and more|
|Analysis time||~90 s|
|Sample size||~400 ml|
|Subsamples||Up to 10 per sample|
|Analysis principle||Diode-array detector, Transmittance|
|Wavelength range||850-1050 nm|
|Size (W x D x H)||349 x 265 x 274 mm|
|Interfaces||4 x USB-A ports, 1 x Ethernet port (RJ45)|
|Display||5.7" color touch screen|
|Protection||Dust and humidity protected|
|Battery operation||~2 hrs.|
|Positioning||GPS module, connected through USB port|
|Ambient temp spec.||5-45 °C|
|Research Areas||Food & Agriculture|
Feed milling today is a complex business, and agribusinesses both large and small need to balance the nutritional and safety needs of livestock with availability of raw ingredients and their seasonality and variability. Add to that the valuable supplementation and medication that millers supply, and it’s clear: you’re creating a complete nutritional delivery system, not just a simple mix of grains.