Guides & Tools

6th July 2017

Level Sensor Selection Guide

Numerous principles of operation and design variations together with the consideration of installation parameters, location and the economies of operation can make it a daunting task when choosing the right level sensor for a particular application. If you don’’t know the difference between ultrasonic level, float level or buoyancy level technologies then you’’re probably not going to make the right...

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2nd July 2017

Selecting a pH/ORP Meter

pH is a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution, numerically equal to 7 for neutral solutions, increasing with increasing alkalinity and decreasing with increasing acidity. The pH scale commonly in use ranges from 0 to 14. ORP (oxidation reduction potential) is a method of measuring the degree of completion of a chemical reaction by detecting the ratio of ions in the reduced form to those in the oxidized...

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Selecting a Conductivity Meter

Conductivity Electrode / Sensor & Instrument Selection Guide Conductivity is a measure of the ability of a fluid to conduct an electrical current. In water this ability is due to the presence of various ionized substances in solution. Conductivity measurements usually include temperature compensation. To help you choose the right conductivity electrode and sensor electronics for your specific liquid applications...

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1st July 2017

Smart K-factor conversion

The K-factor is a number that represents the amount of pulses which relates to the quantity of a material that passes the flow meter. It is also expressed as: number of pulses per unit of measure. The smart automatic unit conversion is a feature that simplifies your set-up, it avoids entering 2 different K-factors for the (acc) Total and Flow rate. When you want both the Flow rate and Total to be displayed in the...

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21st June 2017

300-Series – General Information

Introduction 300-Series The 300-Series product range offers you a selection of batch controllers and loading systems with a very user-friendly full numerical keypad. Other advantages are: four styles of enclosures, more powerful mechanical relays, 80 character alphanumeric display and extended functions with increased levels of sophistication. The batch controllers of the 300-Series are much more advanced compared...

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21st May 2017

N-Series – General Information

Introduction to the Fluidwell N-Series: Easy, easier, easiest – N-Series! These DIN panel mount batch controllers with numerical keypad are the result of combining our knowledge of batch control operations and our customer focus on operators and users. As a result, the N-Series has been developed as a batch controller, focused on your convenience. The batch controllers of the N-Series are much more advanced...

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