Mosh Technology



Online pollution monitoring system for tracking effluent discharge from various sources.

Key Features

Accurate Sampling

Samples are taken directly from the discharge pipe to the effluent reservoir, ensuring precise readings.

Versatile Sensor Housing

Sensors are housed in a panel suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Flexible Calibration

Supports remote or local R.O. water calibration, with service capabilities via mobile phones.

Comprehensive Monitoring

Capable of in-process monitoring of BOD, COD, pH, TDS, TSS, EMF, Chromium (Cr), Arsenic (Ar), and Ammonia levels in effluent.

Integrated PC and Software

Features an inbuilt PC and software for direct online status transmission, meeting the requirements of the CPCB and state government pollution control departments.

COD, BOD, TSS, pH Online Water Analyzer L600


  • Surface water (rivers, lakes…)
  • Industrial wastewater
  • Petrochemical industries


High Selectivity

Ensures accurate readings with minimal interference.

High Reliability

Designed for consistent performance over time.


Simple to use with short operation times.

Low Maintenance

No need for spare parts changes.

Low Detection Limit

Capable of detecting even low concentrations of contaminants.

Durable Design

No moving parts, high-quality materials, and no contact with the detector enhance durability.

Robust Construction

Suitable for outdoor installation in corrosive or explosive environments.

Key Features


- High-resolution and high-sensitivity optical sensor.
- Advanced mathematical treatment with FTLS sampling.
- Optional multiplexing system.
- Optional heating or cooling system.


- UV lamp with a 10-year lifespan.
- Calibration required only once a year.

Communication and Interface

- Onboard memory with 16 GB storage capacity.
- Intuitive and user-friendly TFT color touch screen interface (glass-to-glass design).


- IP65-rated stainless steel enclosure.
- Optional ATEX certification for explosive environments.

Basic methods

UV Absorption

Based on Beer-Lambert’s law, absorbance spectrum calculation involves the difference between incident light (IT0) on a zero (or blank) sample and transmitted light (ITS) on the actual sample (or span). Absorbance is defined as follows:

The sample absorption spectrum is processed using the Fourier Transform Least Squares (FTLS) mathematical method to extract the spectrum corresponding to each monitored element.


In environmental chemistry, the Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) and Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) tests are commonly used to indirectly measure the amount of organic compounds in water.

The L600 is a dedicated online analyzer for determining true COD/BOD values in water matrices, complying with standard methods. It uses UV-Visible absorbance spectroscopy with full spectrum scanning from 180-720nm. The double beam technology ensures selective, accurate, and real-time measurement of COD/BOD.


A nephelometer efficiently measures the concentration of turbidity.

It is an instrument for measuring the concentration of suspended particulates in a liquid or gas colloid. Nephelometers are calibrated to a known particulate and use environmental factors to compensate for lighter or darker colored dusts accordingly.

ISE (Ion-Selective Electrode)

The ion-selective electrode (ISE) is a classical method for measuring pH in liquids. The difference among analyzers is in the sensors, with more sensitive and stable sensors providing better performance.

An ion-selective electrode, also known as a specific ion electrode (SIE), is a sensor that converts the activity of a specific ion dissolved in a solution into an electrical potential, which can be measured by a pH meter.

Technical Specification


This schema illustrates the installation process of our online analyzer on-site.


The images display the dimensions of our analyzer.

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