Conductivity transmitter
Liquisys CLM253

Compact field device for all industries

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Liquisys CLM253 is a standard transmitter for all analog conductivity sensors. It improves your operational safety thanks to continuous plausibility, process and sensor checks. Select from numerous hardware and software modules, such as relays or fieldbus communication, to adapt it exactly to your measuring task. This modularity also allows you to upgrade the transmitter at any time. A simple menu and calibration make configuration and operation fast and easy.

Benefits

  • Ultrasimple calibration

  • Direct access for manual contact control

  • Automatic cleaning trigger on alarm or limit violation

  • Ultrapure water monitoring acc. to USP (United States Pharmacopeia) and EP (European Pharmacopoeia) (conductive)

  • Polarization detection (conductive)

  • Concentration measurement

  • Process Check System (PCS): live check of the sensor

Field of application

  • Ultrapure water

  • Water treatment

  • Ion exchanger, reverse osmosis

  • Cooling water desalinization

Technical information

Documents / Software

Service

Accessories / Spare parts

Success stories

  • Rolf Reichlin
    The Oxymax is low-maintenance, robust and reliable – it's a top-class sensor.

    Rolf Reichlin

    Operator, Industrial wastewater treatment plant, Emmi Dagmersellen, Switzerland

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Contact

Endress+Hauser (Ireland) Ltd.
Embassy Office Park Exchequer House Kill County Kildare , Ireland
Tel.: +353 (45) 98 92 00
Fax: +353 (45) 86 81 82
info@ie.endress.com

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