Product Announcement from Knick Elektronische Messgeraete GmbH & Co. KG
MemoRail® is the first genuinely compact, digital analyzer for measuring pH values, ORP, conductivity, oxygen and temperature with Memosens® sensors. Two analog active / passive 4 to 20 mA outputs supply the measurement values for process value and temperature to the process control system or a PLC.
Plug & Measure
MemoRail® is immediately ready for measurement on connecting a pre-calibrated Memosens® sensor. "Used" sensors can simply be replaced.
Optimum availability of the point of measurement is
achieved by using precalibrated sensors with contactless Memosens®
technology. Calibration is no longer carried out on site but under
reproducible conditions in the laboratory with the new MemoSuite
software tool. Separate sensor data are always directly assigned to each
Problems at the connector involving humidity, corrosion or even defective galvanic isolation are a thing of the past.
The highly space-saving modular housing of the MemoRail® devices is only 12.5 mm wide.
With its simple configuration via DIP switches, MemoRail® is set up only once for the measurement parameters and ranges. For precise adjustment to the application, a range of variants is available, including models with one or two analog current outputs which can be active or passive. The unit is supplied with 24 V DC via screw terminals / bus connectors or with 90 to 230 V AC via the integrated VariPower® broadrange power supply. LEDs report operating and sensor states.
The outstanding properties of MemoRail® enable the implementation of measurement stations with low overall costs, especially in combination with modern Memosens® sensors specially tailored for use with MemoRail®.
MemoRail® offers economical alternatives in applications such as:
- drinking water
- wastewater, sewage plants
- aquaria, fish farms, greenhouses
- rinsing equipment
- car wash systems
- water treatment plants/ equipment
Furthermore, with its narrow modular housing, MemoRail® is perfectly suited to installation in restricted spaces - e.g. in control cabinets, fermenters, or on ships.