Batch controller

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Batch controller

GF Piping Systems has introduced the second generation Signet 9900 Transmitter featuring a batch controller option along with all the features of the original model. The generation II transmitter supports multiple parameters that include flow, pH/ORP, conductivity/resistivity, salinity, temperature, pressure, level, 4-20 mA signals, and now also batch systems. Customers can convert their second generation 9900 Transmitter into a batch controller system by simply plugging in the new batch module and relay module, thereby maintaining the product's original intent of consolidating multiple platforms as one while increasing their service level and reducing inventory.

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