What are laboratory and light industrial contacting conductivity sensors?

This classification of sensors is used for benign and ambient temperature and pressure applications. These applications include lab testing, treated water effluents, and cooling towers. These sensors are typically made of graphite electrodes for measurement and have plastic based bodies

Laboratory and Light Industrial Contacting Conductivity Sensors

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Model:

CS150 12 mm Graphite Contacting Conductivity Sensor

CS200 12 mm Platinum Contacting Conductivity Sensor

CS300 Process Graphite Contacting Conductivity Sensor (Formerly Named CS8000)

Ideal for:

Used for Laboratory and Light Industrial Applications: Cells are made from graphite to provide good performance for the value.

Ideally suited for Laboratory or Light Industrial process applications. It can be submerged in a tank or mounted inline. It is made of a rugged epoxy body, glass, and black coated platinum.

Designed for Light Industrial process applications (cooling towers). The quick disconnect cable (PN S855) helps reduce maintenance time. The flat measurement surface resists coating.

Cell constants:

0.1/cm and 1.0/cm

0.1/cm, 1/cm, and 10/cm

0.1 cm-1, and 1.0 cm-1

More info:

Temperature Range: 0-70⁰ C

Temperature /Pressure Rating: 0 – 70° C (32 – 158° F)/7.5 bar

Temperature Range: 0-60⁰ C

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CS150 12 mm Graphite Contacting Conductivity Sensor

CS200 12 mm Platinum Contacting Conductivity Sensor

CS300 Process Graphite Contacting Conductivity Sensor

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