Anderson-Negele - Model ILM-4 - Inductive Conductivity Meter
From Conductivity Sensors
Anderson-Negele’s ILM-4 inductive conductivity sensor-transmitter offers an all in one design that makes integration and commissioning a fast and simple task. Built with flexibility in mind, the ILM can offer multiple outputs freely configurable to multiple conductivity measurements at independant ranges or a combination of conductivity and temperature. Unlike other inductive sensors, the ILM has a fast reacting integral PT1000 sensor that can be used to monitor process temperature eliminating the need for a second temperature sensing device. Available in multiple wiring configurations, the ILM configurable with single cable operation for simple conductivity applications or dual cable operation to utilize all available output and input capabilities. Standard with all models is an operational range from 0 up to 2,000,000 microSiemens/cm and temperature compensation over a range of 0° and 150°C.
- Wearless inductive measurement principle.
- Contrary to conductive measurement principle there are no problems caused by
- corrosion of the electrodes or polarization.
- Up to 14 measurement ranges selectable, max. four external
- Precise measurment by compensation of temperature influence.
- Each measurement range can be assigned a seperate temperature
- coefficient (ILM-3).
- High reproducibility of < 1 % of measurement value.
- Analog output for conductivity and temperature as standard.
- Installation in pipes from DN 40 possible.