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One of the most accurate
and versatile meters available in the market.
Our battery operated "push to test " model will let
you know if ppm readings on your RO system are within
the range or is it time to change those filters? Preset
or user adjustable setpoint and calibration provide
full control to the operator.
Factory calibrated with 50 and 100 mhos
standard solutions.Built -in plumbing ,stainless
steel electrodes provide service free
operation and compactability. Enclosure comes with
mounting tabs for easy installation. Continous
monitoring available as an option with a use of an AC
compactability. Built in plumbing and sensor do not need
replacement or service.
2. No need for external power
since it uses 9v standard battery which will last aprox 1yr or
3. Meter does have
calibration and setpoint adjustment trimpots which will enable
the user to set to any desired value within the
4. 3 1/2 digit display shows
the conductivity value in micro
5. Can be mounted directly in
between the plumbing or enclosure mounting tabs will let you
install the meter on the wall with screws.
5. John Guest quick
connect fittings will make the installation a
warranty: If you are not happy ,
simply return it with full money back
Meter has two LED lights
and a push button switch. When switch is pressed, it will
light up either a Blue LED (good) or Yellow LED (service)
depending on the setpoint setting. Default setting for the setpoint
is 50ppm which is maximum desirable value for RO systems
. Our meters are calibrated with standard solutions and
pass a 24hr plumbing check.
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What is Conductivity?
conductivity measure the water's ability to conduct
electricity, which provides a measure of what is dissolved in
water. In the SWMP data, a higher conductivity value indicates
that there are more chemicals dissolved in the water.
Conductivity measures the water's ability to conduct
electricity. It is the opposite of resistance. Pure, distilled
water is a very poor conductor of electricity. When salts and
other inorganic chemicals dissolve in water, they break into
tiny, electrically charged particles called ions. Ions
increase the water's ability to conduct electricity. Common
ions in water that conduct electrical current include sodium,
chloride, calcium, and magnesium. Because dissolved salts and
other inorganic chemicals conduct electrical current,
conductivity increases as salinity increases. Organic
compounds, such as sugars, oils, and alcohols, do not form
ions that conduct electricity.
Why is Conductivity Important?
animals and plants are adapted for a certain range of
salinity. Outside of this range, they will be negatively
affected and may die. Some animals can handle high salinity,
but not low salinity, while others can handle low salinity,
but not high salinity.
In addition to its direct
effects on aquatic life, salinity also has many other
important effects on water chemistry and water density.
Many years ago, the water treatment
industry adopted a nomenclature of PPM. Correlating PPM to
microSiemens can be difficult, as water can be make up of different
salt concentrations and dissolved metals, which can alter
the conversion factor. It is preferable to use microSiemens as
a unit of measure, however if you need to convert to PPM,
here is a helpful link