A conductivity meter is an intelligent online chemical analyzer, is widely applied for continuous monitoring and measurement of EC value or TDS value or ER value, and temperature in the solution in the industry of thermal power, chemical fertilizer, environmental protection, metallurgy, pharmacy, biochemistry, food, and water, etc.
|Product||Industrial conductivity meter|
|Temp compensation|| Manual/ Auto temperature
|Temperature Range||-10-130℃, NTC30K or PT1000|
|Signal output||4-20mA, maximum loop 500Ω|
|Power supply||90 to 260 VAC|
A Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) controller is a device that measures the concentration of dissolved solids in water and adjusts the water treatment process accordingly. In the context of sewage water treatment, a TDS controller can be used to monitor the quality of the treated water and ensure that it meets the required standards for discharge back into the environment.
The TDS controller works by measuring the conductivity of the water, which is directly proportional to the concentration of dissolved solids. The controller then compares the measured conductivity to a set point and adjusts the treatment process as necessary to maintain the TDS at the desired level.
There are a variety of TDS controllers available on the market, ranging from simple, manually-adjustable devices to sophisticated, computer-controlled systems. Some TDS controllers are designed for use in specific industries, such as the food and beverage industry or the pharmaceutical industry, where strict water quality standards are in place.
Overall, a TDS controller is an important tool for ensuring that sewage water is treated effectively and safely before it is discharged back into the environment.
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