multi N/C® Series

Focus Radiation NDIR Detector®

The core element of the multi N/C® series models is the new Focus Radiation NDIR Detector® equipped with high-quality optics for precise detection of CO2. Energy-rich radiation is focused onto the microdetector with the help of integrated optics. The radiation density obtained in this way surpasses classical detectors many times. This results in higher sensitivity and precision over a wider measurement range.

The advantages of the Focus Radiation NDIR detector® at a glance

  • Maximum energy efficiency 
  • No energy losses 
  • No corrosion 
  • No mechanical parts 
  • Low susceptibility to faults
  • Low operating costs
  • Longer life-span 
  • Guaranteed precise measurement results
  • Long-term warranty of 10 years for the Focus Radiation NDIR Detector®

VITA® Flow Management System

The VITA® Flow Management System guarantees highest operating safety and reliable analysis results, also while injecting large sample volumes in high-temperature TOC devices. An integrated high-performance gas box ensures stable gas flows by means of electronic control and adjustment of system gas flows several times a second.

Any unavoidable carrier gas fluctuations are compensated effectively. The test for leak-tightness is performed continuously and is fully automated. This significantly improves both the precision of measurement results and sensitivity in the trace area.

Easy Cal

With VITA® und Easy Cal calibrations can be made on the basis of a single standard using different injection volumes. Thereby carrier gas fluctuations of different sizes are automatically considered.

This technique is ideally suited for the multipoint calibration of large operating ranges and also in particular for calibration in the trace range. The obtained calibration curves are flow-independent: the calibration remains stable!


We guarantee minimum maintenance effort and low running costs – thanks to the long term stability of the UV-supported wet chemical digestion. At the same time the UV reactor works with two wavelengths: 254 nm and 185 nm. The hard radiation obtained in this way guarantees a complete oxidation of even the most stable carbon compounds.