What is a Polarimeter?
A polarimeter is an instrument used to measure the angle of light's optical rotation.
General polarimeters contain mechanisms such as a light source and polarizer.
Light emitted from the light source passes through the polarizer, and the angle of the wave of light is restricted.
The angle at which the light rotates is measured when it passes through the substance.
Po-1 is the world's smallest and most speedy portable polarimeter. You will be able to measure the angle of rotation, specification rotation, concentration, and temperature scales.
RePo series is our hybrid portable meter, allowing the user to measure Brix and angle of rotation at the same time.
Benchtop polarimeters have the highest accuracy and have different user scales that can be set. An automatic polarimeter allows users to operate and analyze their samples easily.