Oxymax W COS51D

Memosens amperometric oxygen sensor for water, wastewater and utilities

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Endress+Hauser
SKU: COS51D

Highlights

  • Characteristic: Amperometric 3-electrode sensor to measure dissolved oxygen
  • Measurement range: 0.01 - 100mg/l
  • Process temperature: max. 50°C (max.122°F)
  • Process pressure: max. 10bar (max.145psi)
  • Approved for hazardous area use

Fields of application

  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Water works
  • Status monitoring of drinking water
  • Water quality monitoring in rivers, lakes or seas
  • Utilities of all industries
  • Suitable for hazardous area use (ATEX, FM, CSA)
  • Fish farming

Details

The Oxymax W COS51D is an amperometric oxygen sensor for all kinds of water & wastewater applications, including hazardous areas. Designed to be low-maintenance with a long operating life, the sensor offers outstanding value for money. Thanks to Memosens digital technology, the Oxymax W COS51D combines maximum process and data integrity with simple operation. It resists corrosion and moisture, enables lab calibration and facilitates predictive maintenance.


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