Q46C2

ATI Q46C2 2-Electrode Conductivity Monitor

ATI Q46C2 2-Electrode Conductivity Monitor

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ATI's Model Q46C2 Conductivity Monitor provides the reliable and accurate low-level measurements required for high purity water systems.

Features

  • 2-Electrode style sensor allows the sensor to be used from 0-20 to 0-2,000 uS range
  • Contact outputs include two programmable control relays for control and alarm modes
  • Communication Options for Profibus-DP, Modbus-RTU, or Ethernet-IP
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Low-level conductivity measurements are essential for monitoring a variety of high purity water systems. The proper operation of deionizers, reverse osmosis membranes, ion exchange systems, and heat exchangers require constant monitoring to ensure high quality production.

ATI’s Model Q46C2 Conductivity Monitor provides the reliable and accurate low-level measurements required for such high purity water systems. Monitors provide large, easy-to-read LCD displays with a second display line for indication of temperature or other operational information. And for those applications where results in resistivity units are preferred, Q46C2 monitors can be programmed to display readings in Meg-ohm units instead of microSiemens.

Q46C2 monitors can also be configured to measure and display the concentration of chemicals used in various process applications. The user defined concentration table requires data on both concentration vs. conductivity and temperature vs. conductivity for the chemical of interest. The user can enter six data points each for concentration and conductivity within the specified measuring range. Temperature compensation can either be made by custom compensation table or a single linear compensation factor.

For applications where there are several chemicals dissolved in solution, the Q46C2 monitor can be configured to measure and display the concentration of total dissolved solids (TDS). The user simply enters the TDS factor that best converts the process conductivity into concentration units. Temperature compensation can either be made by custom compensation table or a single linear compensation factor.

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