From a diode, infrared light is radiated into the medium. The particles present in the medium reflect the incident light detected by the receiving diode (so-called backscatter method). The electronics calculate from the received signal, the relative turbidity of the medium.
The relative turbidity is given in NTU, or on the Nails calibration standard specified in "% TU" or in the EBC.
Suitable for pipe sizes as small as DN25 the versatility is broad and it has been used in many applications with great success. Not only does it help to optimise systems but the reduction in lost water, cleaning solutions and product allow it to quickly and effectively pay for itself, whilst continuing to streamline and save the end user money from the day that it is installed.
With a complete range of process connections and a remote version available there is a solution for nearly all applications where turbidity monitoring is required.
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|Approvals||3-A, EHEDG, FDA|
|Area of apllication||Food|
|IP class||IP67, IP69K|
|Material of connection||Stainless steel 316L|
|Material of sensor housing||Stainless steel 1.4308|
|Measurement accuracy||+/-3% - 0-999NTU ; +/- 5% > 999NTU|
|Pressure range max||20 bar|
|Pressure range min||-1 bar|
|Response time||750 ms|
|Supply voltage dc max||32 V DC|
|Supply voltage dc min||18 V DC|
|Temperature ambient from||-10 °C|
|Temperature ambient to||60 °C|
|Temperature of media from||-10 °C|
|Temperature of media to||130 °C|