FloPro-Tracker portable field analyzer

Portable two channel flow-based analyzer with automated self-cleaning sample probe for field assays


The FloPro-Tracker was developed by Global FIA to meet needs expressed by Chemical Oceanographers.  It is intended to be a portable system for carrying out tried and tested wet chemical assays.  It makes use of Zone Fluidics to carry out sample preparation steps followed by wet chemical analysis.  

The FloPro-Tracker comprises of:

  • Two analyzers mounted in 
  • a rugged portable 19” rack enclosure together with 
  • an automated self-cleaning filter sampler and controlled by 
  • FloZF device control and data acquisition software installed on 
  • an Intel NUC embedded computer which is mounted on each of the FloPro Analyzers.
  • The user interface is via a tablet computer that communicates with the embedded NUC computers using remote access software on an internal Wi-Fi network or over the Internet
  • GPS receivers installed on each FloPro provide the geographical location of the device during sampling and measurement.


Power supply voltage

100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Power consumption

100-240 VAC, 15A (max)

Sample size

20-100 µL

Heater temperature range

Ambient to 120 °C 

Light source

White LED and W-Xe lamp



Available Chemistries

PO4, NOx

Sequence time

2-5 minutes

Precision mid calibration range 


Linearity of calibration curves


Conversion of NO3to NO2





58.4 x 57.2 x 52.1 cm  (W x D x H)

Ambient operating temperature

4 to 60 °C 

Ambient operating humidity

25% to 85% non-condensing

Storage temperature

-25 to 65 °C non-condensing and non-icing


Wi-Fi 802.11ac



SP-8: Self-cleaning Sample Probe

SP-0.5: Sample Probe with replaceable 12mm filter



Brochure: pdfFloPro-Tracker_brochure.pdf699.08 KB

Manual: pdfman_FloPro-Tracker_-.pdf1.7 MB

Manual Remote Control: pdfman_RealVNC_-.pdf484.53 KB 

Manual FloZF: pdfman_FloZF_5.2.pdf3.16 MB

Manual FloZF Getting Started: pdfman_FloZF_Getting_Started_-.pdf1.16 MB

Applications: pdfmet_NOx_-.pdf661.89 KB, pdfmet_PO4_-.pdf609.63 KB