ATI Q46P/R pH/ORP Monitor

ATI's versatile Q46P/R pH/ORP monitors feature rugged differential-style sensors designed for use in industrial and municipal applications.

Features

  • Optional Auto-Cleaner removes build-up on the sensor, reducing sensor maintenance
  • 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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Q46P/R
pH/ORP monitor
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Measurement and control of pH is important in a wide variety of industries. Water and wastewater, boiler feed water, high purity water, food processing wash water, chemical plant cooling water, and many other aqueous systems require reliable pH monitoring.
 
ATI’s Model Q46P pH monitor provides the combination of durability, accuracy, and versatility required for virtually any pH monitoring or control application. The Model Q46R provides the same reliable monitoring for Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP) applications.
 
ATI’s Q46 platform represents our latest generation of monitoring and control systems. Control features have been expanded to include an optional 3rd analog output or an additional bank of low power relays. Digital communication options now include Profibus IP, Modbus RTU, or Ethernet IP variations.

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