With transmitters and controllers by JUMO, pHionics, Intech and other suppliers, you can measure and control the most varied of electrochemical measurements in liquids. Reliably control conductivity, redox potential, and pH value, as well as the concentration of ammonia, bromine, chlorine, chlorine dioxide, dissolved oxygen, caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, ozone, peracetic acid and nitric acid.
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The pHionics STs Series™ Dissolved Oxygen sensor accurately measures dissolved oxygen (0-20 mg/L or percent saturation) and temperature (0-50°C) over long periods of time with little maintenance required.
The JUMO ecoLine NTU is an optical sensor designed to measure turbidity in aqueous solutions. The wide measuring range of the sensor enables its deployment in many applications. The turbidity measured value is display on the JUMO AQUIS 500 RS with integrated controller.
Intelligent electronic components for inductive conductivity sensors for automation systems with JUMO digiLine, IO-Link, analog or binary signals. Transmitter for separate inductive conductivity sensor
The JUMO digiLine O-DO S10 is an intelligent sensor for measuring dissolved oxygen in various applications. With its latest optical technology, precise long-term stability is achieved. It features convenient interfaces, including analog and digital, for easy connection to field devices and process control systems.
The device is a display unit/controller for digital sensors with Modbus protocol. It features multiple interfaces, including 1 digital interface and 1 analogue temperature input. The LCD graphic display allows easy visualisation of input signals. It also offers relay contacts and optional analogue outputs for versatile control tasks.
The membrane-covered, amperometric sensor works on the three-electrode principle; it is used for the online measurement of hypobromous acid (HOBr). The electronic components integrated in the sensors provide a temperature-compensated current signal (4 to 20 mA) or a Modbus RTU output signal.
These membrane-covered amperometric sensors are used to measure the concentration of free chlorine (e.g. in drinking water, swimming pool water, industrial water, process water, and cooling water). The sensors can be connected directly to a suitable indicating and control device
The membrane-covered, amperometric sensors measure the concentration of hydrogen peroxide or peracetic acid in aqueous solutions. Typical application areas include electroplating plants, dairies, swimming pools, and the chemicals industry.
The electrode acquires the redox potential of water and aqueous-based media. A robust industrial electrode for the most demanding applications with increased dirt and poison load as well as oil-containing media.
These membrane-covered amperometric sensors measure the concentration of chlorine dioxide or ozone in aqueous solutions (e.g. drinking water, swimming pool water, service water, process water, and cooling water). The sensors can be connected directly to a suitable indicating or control device.
This membrane-covered, amperometric sensor measures the total chlorine concentration in water and acquires "free chlorine" from inorganic chlorination products (chlorine gas, hypochlorite, etc.) and "combined chlorine" (e.g. chloramine). It can only be used in water of drinking or swimming pool water quality.