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DULCOMETER® DMT 2-Wire-Transmitters

Measuring, Control, and Sensor Technology Parameter Chlorine Controllers & Transmitters

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DULCOMETER® transmitters type DMT are compact 2-wire-transmitters for the measuring variable pH, Redox, Chlorine, conductive conductivity and temperature. They can easily be combined with programmable logic controllers. The devices offer highest process safety at a comprehensive application spectrum. Various construction types (wall mounting or control panel mounting) make flexible use possible.

Advantages

  • Universally implementable as many measuring values controllable: pH, Redox, conductivity, Chlorine, temperature
  • Ideal adjustment to process requirements thanks to various stages of extension
  • Seamless integration into your process technology: variable installation possibilities for the sensors
  • Easy and clear user guidance with text indicator on big graphic display in 5 languages
  • Big, easily readable graphic display for measuring values, correction values and information
  • High operation safety: probe monitoring (pH) and electrical isolation
  • Simple flexible installation
  • Automatic buffer recognition (pH)
  • Autoranging (conductivity, no measurement range shift)
  • Compact design
  • Switch between pH, Redox and temperature
  • Automatic recognition of platinum thermometre (Pt 100/Pt 1000)
  • Measuring value simulation mode for test purposes
  • Bus interface (PROFIBUS®-DP) 

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