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The SWT50: A UV Absorption Sensor

The SWT50 water quality sensor from Sensirion aids in the assessment of organic substances in water and helps the user control their water treatment processes or monitor wastewater quality. The sensor functions as a photometer, measuring UV-C absorption and allowing the user to monitor common organic contaminants in water.

Using a TOC sensor, users can identify pollutants like benzene and antibiotics, as well as industrial pollutants like detergents, pesticides, plastics, and solvents. The extremely small size of 65 × 50 × 70 cm, as well as the flow through-design, allow for seamless integration into demanding designs while achieving the required reliability demand and cost-efficiency.

Learn more about the SWT50 on our website. 

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