Transmittance monitor

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Aquionics

Aquionics' PearlSense T254 is the first and smallest UV-C LED transmittance monitor. The device measures percent UV transmittance (UVT), used to indicate water quality, and ensures stable readings in all conditions over an extended lifetime. The product's design utilizes a single lamp and sensor, reducing measurement offset and drifts. The T254 ensures low operating cost, ultra-long lamp life with zero warm-up time and a small installation footprint. It also offers an environmentally- friendly, mercury-free operation used in a variety of configurations.

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