Complete Conductivity-Measurement System
According to Sensorex, the new TCS3020 toroidal sensor is ideal for cooling towers, seawater, concentrated acids and more. When combined with the TCSMA or TCSTX toroidal transmitter, the sensor offers a dependable and user-friendly complete conductivity measurement system. More specifically:
- The non-contacting TCS3020 toroidal inductive conductivity sensor performs from 0 to 1,000 mS, while it resists corrosion, coating and fouling. Designed for long-term deployment without maintenance, the sensor is constructed from Noryl for a wide solvent tolerance and temperature stability up to 105°C. The sensor additionally operates up to 150 PSIG, and is either submersible through 0.75-inch MNPT threads or can be installed in-line using custom flow cell model FC95C.
- The TCSMA transmitter is not only designed for online monitoring, but also provides a 2-wire 4- to 20-mA output on the same current loop as the sensor; compensates for temperature compensation from 0 to 4 percent per degree Centigrade; and boasts a sensitivity to 0.1 percent of span, a repeatability to 0.2 percent of span, a non-linearity of 1 percent of span for a span greater than 3000 µS/cm and 2 percent of span for a span of less than 3,000 µS/cm. Moreover, the transmitter includes a durable enclosure, while featuring a variety of mounting choices for wall, pipe or DIN rail installation.
- The menu-driven, loop-powered (16- to 35-VDC) TCSTX toroidal conductivity transmitter monitors water treatment applications and aggress process chemicals on-line. It comes with a 4- to 20-mA isolated output, a user-selectable range and configurability to multiple full-scale ranges (0 to 2,000 uS, 2.000 mS, 20.00 mS, 200.0 mS, 2,000 mS), a sensitivity of 0.05 percent of span or 0.1 uS, a repeatability of 0.3 percent of span or 0.1 uS, a dual-segmented display and 4-key menu to allow you to select ranges in the field.