The Models S10 and S17 Universal Toroidal Conductivity Sensors from Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc. (ECD, Irvine, CA) feature a standard measurement range from 50 to 1,000 mS. The inductive sensors are built with the toroids in line with the axis of the sensor instead of perpendicular to the axis as is commonly employed. Other features include:
- A compact 0.75“ diamater sensor body design, making them ideal for use in tight spaces, according to the company.
- A rugged Kynar PVDF plastic body that is sealed, making them useful in harsh industrial applications, such as acid and alkaline scrubbers, or metal plating baths.
- Compatability with ECD’s transmitters and controllers, such as the T23 and T28 powered transmitters that are NEMA 4X classifications.
Check out www.ecdi.com to learn more.