Monitor, controllers

Sponsored by
Myron L Co.

The advanced "isolated" circuitry of Myron L's 720 Series II pH/ORP monitor/controllers guarantees accurate and reliable measurements, completely eliminating ground-loop and noise issues. The unique sensor preamp allows for longer distances between the sensor and the monitor/controllers without the loss of accuracy or reliability. All Myron L monitors/controllers feature a highly-refined and precise temperature compensation circuit (TC). This feature perfectly matches the NERNST equation correcting the displayed reading to +25°C. The TC may be disabled to conform to USP requirements. Standard on all controller models is a heavy-duty 10-amp output relay, operating on either increasing or decreasing readings. Bright green/red LEDs indicate above/below set point readings. All 720 Series II models feature an IP65/NEMA 4X water-resistant and corrosion-proof rated enclosure. Compact in size, at 152 x 122 mm/6 x 4.8 in., the models are suitable for panel, bench or surface mounting.

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