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JUMO digiLine Ci HT10

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Head transmitter with inductive conductivity sensor
Part Number: Ci HT10
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JUMO digiLine Ci HT10

With JUMO digiLine Ci, inductive conductivity sensors can now be connected to the intelligent, bus-compatible JUMO digiLine system. System integration can now also take place via an IO-Link interface. The sensor is firmly connected to the head transmitter.

GENERAL TECHNICAL DATES
Measuring principle Inductive
Sensor connection Compact design type
Sensor material PP, PVDF, or PEEK®
Measuring range 50 µS/cm to 2000 mS/cm
Temperature compensation Linear or non-linear
Temperature Max. 150 °C (depends on sensor)
Pressure Max. 12 bar (depends on sensor)
Interfaces JUMO digiLine or IO-Link
Areas of application Mineral springs, drinking water (ACS approval); air-conditioning and cooling systems; desalination monitoring in cooling towers; vehicle washing systems; desalination of seawater (intake); swimming pool water monitoring; dairies, breweries (use of materials listed by the FDA), soft drinks manufacturing/bottling; production of liquid food; CIP and SIP plants; rinsing and cleaning processes; measuring (controlling) the concentration of acids, lyes, and cleaning chemicals

JUMO digiLine Ci HT10

With JUMO digiLine Ci, inductive conductivity sensors can now be connected to the intelligent, bus-compatible JUMO digiLine system. System integration can now also take place via an IO-Link interface. The sensor is firmly connected to the head transmitter.

GENERAL TECHNICAL DATES
Measuring principle Inductive
Sensor connection Compact design type
Sensor material PP, PVDF, or PEEK®
Measuring range 50 µS/cm to 2000 mS/cm
Temperature compensation Linear or non-linear
Temperature Max. 150 °C (depends on sensor)
Pressure Max. 12 bar (depends on sensor)
Interfaces JUMO digiLine or IO-Link
Areas of application Mineral springs, drinking water (ACS approval); air-conditioning and cooling systems; desalination monitoring in cooling towers; vehicle washing systems; desalination of seawater (intake); swimming pool water monitoring; dairies, breweries (use of materials listed by the FDA), soft drinks manufacturing/bottling; production of liquid food; CIP and SIP plants; rinsing and cleaning processes; measuring (controlling) the concentration of acids, lyes, and cleaning chemicals