Water Quality Monitoring Simplified: Enabling new instruments for water quality monitoring with UVC LEDs
April 27 @ 12:00 pm
Global spending on water quality monitoring instrumentation is projected to grow from $2.5 billion in 2014 to $3.6 billion by 2020. While 75% of the spending will be on traditional lab-based diagnostic equipment, the fastest growing segment—some 25%—will be for new, less expensive generation of water quality monitoring instruments that deliver on-the-spot, online measurements.
UVC LEDs are ideally suited to provide real time, lab-quality measurement of critical parameters in environmental and process water monitoring. These new sensors allow water quality practitioners across a range of industries to bypass expensive and often time-consuming “grab sample” lab testing and obtain real-time data, often in remote field locations or during process operations. In many cases, UVC LEDs enable design engineers to reduce sensor costs by 40-80%.
This webinar will cover critical market drivers that existing and aspiring instrumentation companies can pursue with these designs and measurement solutions. It will also include the basics of UVC LED capabilities and design implementation for water and fluid sensors.