PF-CAP-C-00181

PONSEL DIGISENS Inductive Conductivity Sensor

PONSEL DIGISENS Inductive Conductivity Sensor

Description

The PONSEL inductive conductivity sensor measures temperature, conductivity, specific conductivity, and salinity in turbid environments.

Features

  • Ideal for high conductivity environments (range 0-100.0 mS/cm)
  • Digital output allows the smart sensor to interface with external data logging systems
  • Connects directly to Isco samplers for monitoring conductivity and salinity
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The PONSEL inductive conductivity sensor uses smart sensor technology to record and store calibration data and configuration settings within the sensor itself. This allows the sensor to be reused without needing to recalibrate frequently. The inductive sensor is resistant to fouling and maintains its accuracy in turbid water samples.

This sensor can output data in two digital formats, SDI-12 and Modbus RS-485, making it a plug-and-play solution for most data loggers and PLC’s. In addition, the PONSEL inductive conductivity sensor can be configured and commanded through a PC with a USB adaptor and CALSENS software.

When connected to an Isco sampler, the inductive conductivity sensor can be used to monitor conductivity and salinity levels and trigger a sample at predetermined concentrations. 

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PONSEL DIGISENS Inductive Conductivity Sensor PF-CAP-C-00181 DIGISENS inductive conductivity sensor for immersion/PVC in-pipe installation, 3m cable with bare wires
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