D-2 Incorporated introduces MicroCond2 USB Fluid Conductivity Sensors
March 13, 2011 - The MicroCond2 sensors allow user direct data access via USB, RS-232, or RS-485 interface options. This sensor is very small in size as the standard housing is only 4” long with a 1” diameter. The MicroCond2 comes in two physical configurations “Flow Through” design or traditional process mounts. This sensor is very easy to interface and comes with an easy to understand serial data protocol. The liquid interface materials are 316 SS and PEEK (FDA 3A approved).
The MicroCond2 can measure multiple customizable measurement ranges from 1 pS/m up to 5 mS/cm. The MicroCond2 has a high sample rate allow users a true picture of conductivity allowing for real time process improvement and cost savings.
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