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Laboratory conductivity meter 8222

laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
laboratory conductivity meter
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The Bürkert compact meter Type 8222 is designed for measuring the conductivity of fluids. The conductivity meter consists of a sensor, plugged-in and pined to the transmitter (with removable display). The sensor comprises a cell with two electrodes and a Pt1000 temperature probe. The sensor itself is available with three different cell constants C, these with C=0.01 or 0.1 are fitted with stainless steel electrodes and those with C=1.0 are fitted with graphite electrodes. The conductivity meter can operate independent of the display but it will be required for programming the device and also for visualizing continuously the measured and processed data. The device Type 8222 is available: - with three fully programmable outputs: two transistor and one 2-wire 4...20 mA current outputs - with four fully programmable outputs: two transistor and two 3-wire 4...20 mA current outputs. The transmitter converts the measured signal, displays different values in different physical units (if display mounted) and computes the output signals, which are provided via one or two M12 fixed connectors. Perfect for clean water and slightly concentrated liquids Integral device for direct connection to PLC Simulation of process values for diagnostics Three cell constants to cover a wide application range e.g. reverse osmosis
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