Sensorex's TX-3000 pH/mV Transmitter Monitors Changes in Process Fluids

Sensorex's TX-3000 pH/mV Transmitter monitors changes in process fluids, displaying pH or oxidation reduction potential (ORP, measured in mV), and temperature for more accurate control in water, chemical, electronics, food production, environmental and wastewater applications.

The line-powered TX-3000 can be user programmed on-site to measure either pH or ORP (Redox). Its dual output design, with an isolated (0)4 - 20mA output for pH or ORP readings and one for temperature measurement, eliminates the need for a separate temperature transmitter. A large backlit LCD screen displays both parameters simultaneously and two adjustable Hi/Lo relay contacts deliver results to automated process control systems.

With an extended pH measurement range of -2.00 to 16.00, the TX-3000 is suitable for a full range of applications. The NEMA 4x, IP65 enclosure can be wall, panel, or pipe-mounted for easy integration in most installations. The TX-3000 can be easily programmed onsite with its push button interface. The unit can be password protected for secure installations.

Source: http://www.sensorex.com

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