Bringing the power of wireless technology and the Internet of Things to water quality monitoring


There is a growing number of applications where conventional water quality sensors and instruments are impractical. With smart water quality sensors, it is possible to monitor water quality in real-time from remote sites or across numerous locations and even while in transit.

This makes water monitoring easy, instant, and responsive, saving users both time and cost. Moreover, instant feedback drives greater productivity and revenue. Connected sensors unlock value across the entire business, from operations to sales and marketing.

Typically, a pH/mV meter, transmitter, or controller is used to condition sensor signals, before recording data or programming process control. The same principle applies for other sensors and water quality parameters.

A smart sensor incorporates some of the signal processing and data manipulation capabilities of a transmitter or controller directly into the sensor.

Smart sensor electronic modules essentially function as a “micro transmitter,” eliminating the need for additional instrumentation. For example, a smart pH sensor with a direct 4-20mA or MODBUS signal can be connected directly to a PLC or SCADA systems.

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