Conductivity Meter Exploits Remote Sensor

Conductivity Meter Exploits Remote Sensor
Baumer Ltd.

The CombiLyz family of conductivity meters adds the AFI5 version with remote sensor. This version includes two individual components: the inductive sensing element and the transmitter with integrated CombiView display. The components can be installed separately from each other and connected via a cable. Installing the transmitter and inductive sensor separately offers flexibility in terms of their installation position. While the sensor can be integrated to best effect in the process, the transmitter with an integrated display can be attached in a way that is resistant to vibration. The sensor's measurement results have a maximum deviation of less than 1%. Other features include a response time of less than 0.3s for conductivity measurements and less than 15s for temperature measurements. For more information and specs, visit http://www.baumer.com/combilyz

Baumer Ltd.
Southington, CT
860-621-2121
[email protected]
http://www.baumer.com

Contact Info

Company: Baumer Ltd.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-937-9336

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