Electrodeless Conductivity Sensors measure conductivity of a solution utilizing encapsulated, non-contacting, toroidal technology. They may be installed in a variety of very harsh chemical control applications, including oily cleaner baths, chromates, rinse tanks, fume scrubbers and other concentrated chemicals up to a conductivity of 1000 mS/cm. The non-contacting, toroidal sensor technology is immune to thin coatings and the contamination and calibration problems that direct contacting sensors are prone to.
- CPVC or PEEK construction
- In-line or submersion
W400 and WebMaster controllers require active sensors. These sensors contain electronics to convert the sensor signal to a voltage that these controller can read. Each sensor is specific for the range of conductivity that it can detect.