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A versatile pH range that works the way you want it to work


Describe the Digital pH Sensor in 20 words or less


Simplified sensor selection process, maximised performance, plug and play measurement, remote calibration and advanced diagnostics – what’s not to love?


Tell us more. What key benefits does it offer customers?


There are some key features that make the design of this new range of digital pH sensors a big development on previous pH sensor iterations. They have been designed from the ground up building on 70 years of ABB pH knowledge. It has customarily been a complex


challenge to select the correct pH sensor for a given application. The wealth of choice available ensured accuracy, however it made selecting the correct sensor for the job particularly challenging. Selecting the correct pH sensor glassware


for the process is crucial to ensure a fast and accurate measurement. ABB unique application driven glassware formulations have been designed to provide the highest reliability and most accurate measurement in the harshest of processes. From high performance glassware to HF/Acid resistant glassware, the simplification of selection criteria has made this a much easier task. The temperature of the process medium is an integral part of determining an accurate pH


pH sensors are so important for a variety of purposes but have been notoriously difficult to select in the past as it is a minefield trying to find the correct device for each application. In our Q&A article, Julian Edwards, Continuous Water Analysis sales product manager for ABB Measurement & Analytics in the UK, explains how ABB’s new range of digital pH sensors are going to make life easier


measurement as the temperature has a direct bearing on the pH reading. With the new design of the digital pH sensors is has been possible to position the temperature sensor in close proximity of the pH and reference electrodes (thermal hotspot) with response times now being 60 per cent faster. The digital pH range ensures it is much


easier to select the correct sensor for the job by grouping them by use. There are five colour coded choices of sensor available in the range which covers the demands of high purity applications to harsh environments. The digital pH range are EZlink enabled


making them plug and play with brilliant connectivity and immune from issues sometimes associated with high impedance cables used with analogue pH sensors. Sensor integration is fast and easy with installation taking just a few minutes. The other key benefit is their reliability


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November 2020 Instrumentation Monthly


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