Recently designed, the Horiba OCMA-500 Oil Content Monitor is user friendly and has excellent features. It is simple to use too, after injecting the sample, all you have to do is press a button. This starts the monitoring operation quickly, from oil extraction to sample measurement and draining. This simplistic operating allows anyone to use it.
The OCMA-500 cuts solvent consumption by 20% compared with our previous products, reducing environmental impact. It also reduces the running costs.
Fully automated one-touch operation, from oil extraction to sample measurement and draining
Reduced environmental impact and running costs (20% cut in solvent consumption)
With no need for a solvent evaporation process, the OCMA-500 offers easy operation, and can detect even oils with low boiling points.
Color graphic LCD - The OCMA-500 comes equipped with a 3.5-in color graphic LCD. Menus and measurement data can be clearly seen
USB flash memory drive port
Storing data on USB flash memories enables easy data management on PCs.
Backlit extraction tank (patent applied for) - The extraction tank is equipped with LEDs. Illuminating the tank makes it easy to check the phase separation between sample and solvent.
Unit conversion - Inputting measurement conditions can change the units displayed (mg/L, mg/kg, mg/g, and mg/PC) as the user needs.
Solvent extraction, NDIR
analysis (Infrared spectroscopy)
0mg/l ~ 200mg/l dynamic ranging
0 to 99.9 mg/L; 0.1 mg/L / 100 to 200 mg/L; 1 mg/L
0 to 9.9 mg/L; ± 0.2 mg/L ± 1 digit / 10.0 to 99.9 mg/L; ± 2 mg/L ± 1 digit / 100 to 200 mg/L; ± 4 mg/L ± 1 digit
*For standard liquids
3.5 inches, 320×240 dots
Backlight Colour graphic LCD
Zero, Span Calibration
Amount of test sample required
Sample water : Solvent = 2 : 1
Amount of extraction solvent required
Ambient Operating Temperature
0 to 40 degC (non condensation)
AC 100V to 240V ±10%, 50/60 Hz
AC 100V:Approx.60VA / AC 240V: Approx.90VA
Approx. 7 kg
Output to an USB memory stick
300-item data memory, Stabilized measurement value display, Self error determination & Clock