Water analyzer O3L series
ozoneconcentrationfor integration

water analyzer
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Measured entity
water, ozone
Measured value
for integration
Other characteristics
monitoring, continuous, online, real-time


OZONE SENSOR Real Tech’s bypass Ozone sensor provides affordable real-time measurement of ozone (O3) in water or wastewater. The Ozone sensor provides superior measurement performance across multiple wavelengths of light using UVLEDs. Designed to meet the needs of many monitoring applications, the O3L series offers multiple sensor path length selections to meet the desired measurement range. FEATURES & BENEFITS Affordable real-time ozone (O3) monitoring Multiple wavelength sensor uses UV LED technology for superior measurement performance Wastewater to high purity measurement ranges Operator friendly, low maintenance UV LED design Reagent free optical measurements Simple to install and operate SIMPLE, PLUG & PLAY OZONE MONITORING Real Tech’s bypass Ozone sensor is a cabinet style instrument installed directly on a wall, railing or system backboard. Sample is supplied to the sensor from a pressurized source or alternatively, from an open-channel using an accessory pumping/cleaning system. The sensor must be connected to a Real Tech controller for operation. EXAMPLE CONFIGURATION Real Controller For affordable, user friendly operation and control Ozone Sensor For real-time continuous ozone measurement Real Clean System For low maintenance automatic cleaning Multiple sensors can be added to Real Tech’s controllers to expand water quality monitoring capabilities. Simple to install, easy to operate, no reagents and no waiting for lab results.


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