NEP-395

The ANALITE 395 series of microprocessor based turbidity probes are designed for monitoring and process applications where turbidity levels of up to 5,000NTU may be encountered. Specifically, the NEP-395 Digital Turbidity sensor is designed for applications where bio-fouling will not be a problem such as short monitoring deployment or placement in fast and cold running water.

The NEP-395 Digital Turbidity sensor, with its integral wiper assembly, is designed where bio-fouling or sedimentation build-up is likely. Wiping can be initiated automatically (periodically), via a direct RS232 command or externally as required.

Simple to operate, NEP-395 Digital Turbidity sensor can be upgradeable and customized with a wide range of accessories. A NEP- 5000 is a compact self-cleaning, auto-ranging field instrument. The sensor is connected to the wireless module for quick field or process readings, record, and export loggings, directly from the Android Application.

The ANALITE 395 series probes may be operated at depths of up to 100m (approx. 330 feet) in stainless steel construction and 60m (200 feet in Delrin constructed case)

All ANALITE 395 series probes use 90° optics and employ infrared light in accordance with ISO7027. All probes use a unique modulation technique that ensures almost total rejection of fluctuating ambient light conditions.

Manufacturer

Observator Instruments
Observator Instruments

8-10 Keith Campbell Ct,
Scoresby VIC 3179
Australia

+61 3 8706 5000

+61 3 8706 5049

https://observator.com/en

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