TriOS LISA UV CODeq sensor
LISA UV is an online optical sensor with cutting-edge measurement technology, using no reagents for reliable measurement of CODeq in discharge water from food industry plants. The sensor also has the capacity to measure UVT (UV Transmissivity), SAC254, TOCeq and BODeq.
While a comparatively low investment, the long-lasting and energy-efficient UV-LED technology is coupled with a robust design to give the sensor years of service. Like all TriOS sensors, LISA uses a unique hydrophobic nanocoating on the optical windows, which may be combined with compressed air flushing or even automated brush wiper, to achieve low maintenance and long operating times without manual cleaning.
With the latest technology for UVT measurement, LISA UV gives a reliable output to optimise the UV disinfection plants without need of any calibration.
The innovative TriOS G2 interface allows quick and easy integration of the sensor into existing process control systems or an external data logger. With an Ethernet interface (Wi-Fi or LAN) the LISA can easily be configured through any standard web browser on a PC, tablet or smartphone. The sensor can also be used without a local display or controller and connected directly into a PLC or SCADA system with analog (4–20 mA) or digital (Modbus) outputs.
For changing conditions, the optical path length can be modified to suit the application by replacing the lenses, giving the LISA a broad range of detection limits and versatility. Turbidity compensation is automatically carried out within the sensor via a second measuring channel to ensure high accuracy.
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