Water analyzer FC

water analyzer
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Measured entity
water, chlorine, wastewater
Measured value
concentration, pH
Other characteristics
monitoring, continuous, online, real-time


REAL FREE CHLORINE ANALYZER FC Parameter(s): Free chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and/or dissolved ozone FREE CHLORINE ANALYZER Real Tech’s bypass style Free Chlorine analyzer provides rapid real-time measurement of free chlorine, chlorine dioxide and/or dissolved ozone in water or wastewater. Ideal for pressurized applications, the monitoring solution has three measurement ranges. FEATURES & BENEFITS Affordable, real-time free chlorine, chlorine dioxide and/or dissolved ozone measurement Potentiostatic sensor technology Range for wastewater to high purity applications Automatic temperature compensation Low maintenance requirements Simple to install and operate No reagents required CHARACTERISTIC - TECHNICAL DATA SENSOR - Parameters - Free chlorine, chlorine dioxide, and/or dissolved ozone Free Chlorine Range - Selection of three measuring ranges: 0-2 mg/L , 0-20 mg/L or 0-200 mg/L Resolution - 0.001, 0.01 or 0.1 Units - ppm / mg/L Sampling Time - 0.5 seconds Measurement Principle - Potentiostatic measurement technology Electrodes - 2 platinum rings Reference - Gel with annular junction Sensor Lifetime - A pproximately 12-18 months. Depends on site and application Calibration - Manual correction on the selected scale and sensor’s current offset Cleaning - Pressurized DI water only Temperature Compensation - Automatic with RTD Flow - Constant flow required. ~150-500 mL/min Fluid Connections - Inlet: 1/4” fitting. Outlet: fitting for 10x14 mm tubing Dimensions - 5.90”H x 3.54”W x 1.57”D TRANSMITTER - Interface - Four buttons to control set-up and configuration Display - 1 line x 8 character LCD
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