Conductivity transmitter

Conductivity transmitters measure the electrical conductivity in a liquid. This is done in order to avoid excessive salinity, which can cause corrosion in e.g. air-conditioning systems.

Conductivity transmitters measure the electrical conductivity in a liquid. Depending on the measuring range, the signal will be an analog 0/4-20 mA. The recipient will normally be a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) or a microprocessor control. 

Conductivity transmitters are used in many applications with make up water for evaporative applications such as condensers and cooling towers.
The conductivity transmitter measures the salinity in the water and controls drainage. This is done in order to avoid excessive salinity, which can cause corrosion.




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