The analyzers will help your design meet data compliance needs. The precision accuracy and reliability of the family of modular S80-T80 Liquid Analyzers delivers consistent data for a range of global, regional and local quality, environmental, safety and other certifications, as well as government regulatory operational compliance needs.
All S80-T80 Analyzers are approved and certified to ISO9001 and IECEx Directives and Quality Assessment Standards.
The S80 Sensors measure pH, ORP, pION, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, conductivity or resistivity in liquid processes. They suit applications in bio-tech, chemical, food/beverage, pharmaceutical, power generation, semiconductor, water disinfection, wastewater treatment and more.
S80 Sensors feature two universal sensor designs:
Retractable with flared end to prevent blow out. The standard S80 Sensors have a rugged 0.75-in. OD 316 stainless steel body and come with varying cable lengths or an optional waterproof detachable cable assembly.
The design of the S80 Sensors recognizes the universal T80 Transmitter for automatic configuration set-up. They can be combined into a plug-and-play analyzer system for any of the available measurement parameters. The S80 Sensors are ready for direct in line pipe insertion, submersion, or open tank applications. They contain a replaceable electrode design for lowering overall cost and ease of use. Only the electrode needs to be replaced, not the complete sensor.
The T80 Universal Transmitter is a single channel device for the continuous measurement of multiple parameters in a general-purpose industrial environment. It communicates with any pre-calibrated S80 sensor and automatically conﬁgures the transmitter’s menus and display screens to the measured parameter.
The T80 Universal Transmitter is flexible and user-friendly. It offers membrane switch navigation, a simple menu structure with soft key menu choices and an easy-to-read 2.75-x-1.5-in. LCD display. It is available with 4-20 mA output with MODBUS RTU on 24 Vdc and 110/220 Vac instruments.
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