The Signet 4630 Chlorine Analyser System is an integrated all-in-one system designed to measure free chlorine. The 3-4630-21 chlorine panel with the optional pH sensor is used to accurately calculate free chlorine in applications that have varying pH values (±0.20 pH units). In applications where the pH is stable, the pH sensor is not required and the pH value is manually entered into the transmitter to calculate the chlorine levels. (-20 version). The unique integrated clear flow cell combines sensors, flow regulator, filter and variable area flow indicator in one compact unit. An integrated flow regulator with removable filter accepts inlet pressures of 1 to 8 bar (15 to 120 psi), while maintaining constant flow and minimal pressure to the sensors. Water flows vertically into sensor tip eliminating bubble entrapment. The flow cell is designed to maintain a minimum amount of water to ensure sensors stay submerged, even when the system and flow is turned off. The Signet 4630 Chlorine Analyser System allows quick setup and easy installation and is supplied with a 100-240 VAC power supply, two 4 to 20 mA outputs and two dry contact mechanical relays. The flow cell accommodates two sensors: one chlorine and an optional pH sensor.
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The Signet 3-8630-3P ProcessPro Chlorine Transmitter simultaneously displays free chlorine and pH levels on a bright LCD backlight display. The 8630 transmitter has two 4 to 20 mA outputs that can be programed to transmit chlorine, pH or temperature information to a data collection device. Two dry-contact mechanical relays can be used to deliver an alarm signal or activate a chlorine dosing system. Programming is simple and easy with Signet’s standard 4 button keypad. The menu option allows the use of an optional pH sensor to accurately calculate free chlorine level or select “Manual pH input” and enter the applications stable pH level to determine free chlorine levels.