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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
3E1C PLC Radwell Warrick Controls Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR
14005 PLC Radwell Emerson Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR RETRACTABLE
4001136 PLC Radwell Fisher Controls Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR SCREW IN STYLE
05010784770 PLC Radwell Rosemount Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR ANALYTICAL MODEL 442
14054 PLC Radwell Fisher Rosemount Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter CONDUCTIVITY SENSOR 100PSIG 302DEG F
871CRA3T1C1B1 PLC Radwell Foxboro Sensors & Switches, Conductivity Transmitter SENSOR CONDUCTIVITY 3/4INCH NPT WITH CABLE
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Conduct Research Top

  • What is Conductivity? (.pdf)
    solutions. Simple conductivity sensors are constructed of an insulating material imbedded with platinum,. graphite, stainless steel or other metallic pieces. These metal contacts serve as sensing. elements and are placed at a fixed distance apart to make contact with a solution whose. conductivity
  • Conductivity Level Switches
    the circuit which, in turn, changes the condition of the transistor output. Output options can be used to actuate relays, indicator lights, or interface with controllers. Conductivity sensors can work in either single-point or differential mode. In single-point mode, sensor current (usually about 1.5 mA at 12
  • Conductivity Measurement: Critical for Clean-In-Place Systems
    There are two main types of sanitary conductivity sensors contacting and inductive. Contacting sensors bring the measurement electrodes into contact with the solution to be measured. This can be a problem if the solution can foul or corrode the electrodes. Inductive sensors are non-contacting
  • Review of Sensor Technologies Used in Personal Safety Instruments
    systems. Thermal Conductivity. For many years, the thermal conductivity sensor has been used in instruments for measuring combustible gases above the % LEL range and for leak detection. The sensor consists of two elements, both comprised of a wire coil (in some cases the coil is coated). One element
  • Response of the ECH2O Sensors to Variation in Water Content, Soil Type, and Solution Electrical Conductivity (.pdf)
    Researchers familiar with commercial water content probes will often ask three questions when approached with a newly developed dielectric sensor: what is the accuracy of the instrument, how does it react to differing soil textures and electrical conductivity, and how much does it cost? In fact
  • Measuring the Electric Conductivity by use of Clean-in-place (CIP) System (.pdf)
    Details. Measurement System. 2-wire inductive conductivity system. Sensor. ISC40G. Flow-through type holder. ISC40FF. Transmitter. ISC202. Field Data. 1. Process Conditions. Concentration (%). Temperature (°C). Pressure MPa. Water. -. 4 to 20. 0 to 1. NaOH solution. 1 to 5. 80 to 90. 0 to 1. HNO3
  • Response of the ECH2O EC-10 and EC-20 Soil Moisture Probes to Variation in Water Content, Soil Type, and Solution Electrical Conductivity (.pdf)
    Researchers familiar with commercial water content probes will often ask three questions when approached with a newly developed dielectric sensor: what is the accuracy of the instrument, how does it react to differing soil textures and electrical conductivity, and how much does it cost? In fact
  • Electrochemical Oxygen Sensors (.pdf)
    on the logarithmic curve. lly a metal oxide film,. such as tungsten oxide or tin oxide. An additional problem is the inherent instability of. Normally, the semiconductor layer has a low. the semiconductor layer, which results in a changing. electrical conductivity, but in the presence of H. baseline