Controller for water, wastewater applications


Universal chlorination/de-chlorination controller from Moore Industries is designed for water and wastewater applications.

New controller from Moore Industries offers accurate control in water and wastewater applications. The, alphanumeric display readable in all light conditions. Menu prompts are presented in plain English and set with large, backlighted keys. When the controller performs compound loop flow pacing control, flow rate and residual chlorine are displayed simultaneously.

The 555 features isolated 4-20 mA or 0-20 mA outputs for control or re-transmission to an analog control system. Alarm trip outputs are available for flow rate, chlorine residual, dosage setting, residual set point, rate-of-change, deviation, high/low vacuum, and other conditions. Models are available to provide RS-485 communications for interfacing with digital DCS, PLC, and PC-based SCADA systems.

—Jeanine Katzel, senior editor, Control Engineering,

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