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Intellitect Water has launched a new version of its in-pipe water quality monitor, the Intellisonde. The IV2 provides two major advances: firstly, calibration is now embedded in every individual sonde at the time of manufacture, which substantially reduces the time and resources required for field calibration during installation. Secondly, a new advanced chlorine sensor has been developed for greater accuracy and faster response times. The embedded calibration is multi-point to ensure high levels of accuracy, and can be quickly and easily checked in the field. The sondes are able to transmit data via GPRS to a web server that publishes data to a password-protected website.

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