Measure filter performance

Oaks, Pa.— The C10/77 sensor is a laser-based particle monitoring system designed to provide a highly sensitive filter effluent measurement for potable water. The system counts and displays particles at 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, and 200 micron size. An LED display on the front of the counter allows operators to view the current counts in any size and to display differential counts fo...

By Staff February 1, 2002

Oaks, Pa.— The C10/77 sensor is a laser-based particle monitoring system designed to provide a highly sensitive filter effluent measurement for potable water. The system counts and displays particles at 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, and 200 micron size. An LED display on the front of the counter allows operators to view the current counts in any size and to display differential counts for adjacent size channels. The counter is said to be ideal for continuously monitoring the outlet of filter system to detect spikes in particle levels that indicate a filter problem. Three isolated and scalable 4-20 mA outputs are provided for interface to PLC or computer systems. www.analyticaltechnology.com Analytical Technology Inc.