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Analysis

Under Analysis you will find the following:

  • pH electrode (also called pH probe or pH sensor)
  • pH meter or pH regulator
  • ORP electrode (also called ORP probe or ORP sensor)
  • ORP meter or ORP controller
  • EC electrode (also called EC probe or conductivity sensor)
  • EC meter or EC controller

pH electrode

The pH electrode (of almost all brands) can be connected to the pH meter M9.06 to display the pH value. A temperature sensor can also be connected to the pH meter and read out. The pH meter has a 4..20 mA output signal for both pH and temperature and some digital outputs with which, for example, a dosing pump can be directly controlled. Calibration based on automatic buffer recognition plus inline adjustment makes an accurate and reliable measurement possible in all circumstances.

ORP electrode

The ORP electrode can be connected to the ORP meter (same as the pH meter) M9.06 to display the Redox value. A temperature sensor can also be connected to the ORP meter and read out. The ORP meter has a 4..20 mA output signal for both Redox and the temperature and some digital outputs with which, for example, a dosing pump can be directly controlled. Calibration based on automatic buffer recognition plus inline adjustment makes an accurate and reliable measurement possible in all circumstances.

EC electrode

The EC electrode (of almost all brands) can be connected to the EC meter M9.05 to display the EC value. A temperature sensor can also be connected to the Redox meter and read out. The measured values can be displayed as resistivity or TDS depending on the requirements of the customer. A freely adjustable cell constant makes it possible to use all types of 2-cell conductivity probes. The EC meter has a 4..20 mA output signal for both Redox and temperature and some digital outputs with which, for example, a dosing pump can be controlled directly.

For processes where both flow and one of the analitic signals pH, Redox or EC are required, we have combined monitors M9.07 and M9.08. These can display and control both values and thus save space and costs.

In addition to these typical analitic meters, we also have a monitor with 2 times a 4..20 mA signal, for example to display the values of 2 pressure sensors or other sensors with a 4..20 mA output. If desired, 1 of the 4..20 mA signals can also be configured as pulse inputs for flow meters and can even be used as a batch controller.

Applications:

  • Water treatment and regeneration
  • Industrial waste water treatment and collection
  • Softening processes
  • Filtration systems
  • Desalination processes
  • Production of demineralised water
  • Reverse osmosis/EDI processes
  • Cooling water control
  • Process and manufacturing industry
  • Chemical production