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In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor

In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor

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The In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor is a process controller, local display, logging device, and instrument interface for In-Situ water quality & level sensors.

Features

  • Provides real-time data and integrates easily with SCADA and PLC systems
  • Available in AC models with high voltage relays or DC model with flexible power supply options
  • Measures barometric pressure and temperature for high accuracy measurements
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Designed for use with In-Situ water quality and water level sensors, the In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor provides real-time data and integrates easily with SCADA and PLC systems. The Con TROLL PRO also operates as a standalone unit for field monitoring applications.

The In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor can display and report multiple parameters from up to two In-Situ sensors, including the RDO PRO; Level TROLL 200, 300, 500, and 700; and Aqua TROLL 100, 200 and 400. Users can quickly access and download data via Bluetooth wireless technology and a RuggedReader handheld PC or laptop.

The In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor automatically measures & compensates for barometric pressure and ambient temperature. When used in combination with the RDO PRO and Aqua TROLL instrument, the Con TROLL PRO will log salinity compensated DO readings, thus achieving the most accurate results.

AC models are available with or without logging and include two low-voltage relays and two high-voltage relays. Relays can be used to trigger alarms, warning lights, pumps, gates, or other process control devices. DC models offer logging, two low-voltage relays, and flexible power supply options. Both AC and DC units offer power saving modes, Modbus/RS485 communication protocol, automatic sensor recognition, and two isolated 4-20 mA current loops.

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In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor 0093130 Con TROLL PRO process monitor, AC Power with data logger Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
In-Situ Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor 0093140 Con TROLL PRO process monitor, DC Power with data logger
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In-Situ ConTROLL Pro Mounting Kit 0087560 ConTROLL Pro mounting kit
$105.00
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In-Situ Desiccant Pack 0087630 Desiccant pack
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In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapter 0053310 Flying lead cable adapter, male twist-lock, 3 ft.
$365.00
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