The analyzer stores the last calibration record Settings can be viewed, functions tested, and calibration updated using the front panel keypad without opening the enclosure.
These analyzers / transmitters are 2-wire 24 VDC operated. Installation costs are less because no 115/240 VAC is needed at the transmitter field location. They require a separate 24 VDC supply and typically a 4-20 mA receiver.
The industrial two-wire conductivity transmitter from IC CONTROLS, the Model 453, gives you maximum flexibility, reliability, and ease of use. The transmitter is easily applied and panel mounts in a standard ½ DIN size RFI/EMI-resistant case, with options available for pipe or wall mount. When needed, a very rugged explosion proof case, option -9, is also available.
The model 453 is not just a transmitter, it is a full conductivity analyzer! You get full sensor functions, standardize (cell constant calibration) and auto range adjustment, plus independent, program-adjustable 4-20 mA zero and span. Even with old deteriorated sensors, you enjoy higher accuracy over broad conductivity ranges. This analyzer corrects for sensor condition to give corrected precision readings.
Easy Program Does What You Expect
- Auto calibration
- Self- and sensor diagnostics
- Output hold during calibration
- Reversible, programmable 4-20 mA zero and span
- Adjustments by keypad
- Program remembers what you were doing
- Instant keypad return to sample
- Easy to operate without menu or manual
- LCD displays conductivity, temperature, mA output and calibration status
- Reliable, separately powered and input-output isolated circuit prevents computer interface problems
- Calculates conductivity sensor cell constant
- Durable IP65 (Nema 4X) housing withstands hosing down. Survives acid and caustic fumes, humidity, etc.
Use Any Style of Electrode
- Insertion / retractable
Use Either of the Following
- Local digital indication
- 4-20 mA signal
Note: The Model 453 is 24 VDC two-wire loop-powered and requires a source of 24 VDC power somewhere in the loop.