2-Pole Conductivity Probes
The 2-pole conductivity products range from economical plastic-body sensors to Arc-enabled Conducell UPW sensors with pure water simulation for WFI validation.
Our full feature sensor for WFI, UPW and other pure water measurement applications.
Easy to clean plastic shaft and graphite electrodes with 5 m fixed cable allows for easy submersion.
|Conducell UPW||Conducell 2DC-PG|
|Measuring Range||0.01 - 1500 µS/cm||10 µS/cm - 20 mS/cm|
|Operating Temperature Range||-10 - 140 °C
(Arc: analog 0 – 110 °C, digital 0 – 130 °C
|-5 – 80 °C|
|Pressure Range (bar g)||0 – 10 bar (130 °C)||0 – 6 bar|
|Hygienic Aspects||Autoclavable, CIP, SIP||--|
|Cell Constant||< 0.1/cm||1/cm|
|Electrode Material||Stainless Steel 1.4435||Graphite|
Hamilton's knowledge base provides a range of explanatory articles, frequently asked questions, and document downloads.
Catalog - Process Analytics
Download the Process Analytics sensor catalog to learn about the complete offering of Hamilton process sensors and accessories.
Brochure - BioPharmaInnovative solutions for process analytics in biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries.
Flyer - Conducell UPWOverview of the features of the conductivity sensor Conducell UPW for Ultra pure water applications.
Manual - Conducell UPW SensorsManual for Conducell UPW Sensors
Can Hamilton conductivity sensors be used with my existing transmitter?
In most cases, yes! Transmitters specifically designed for either 2-pole, 4-pole conductivity are generally compatible with Hamilton Conducell products. The transmitter temperature sensor input (PT1000) should be checked to ensure it matches the sensor. Hamilton recommends that the Conducell I inductive conductivity sensor only be used with the H220X transmitter. Contact Hamilton Technical Support for additional assistance on wiring or cross compatibility.
Does temperature affect conductivity measurement?Yes, temperature has a direct impact on conductivity. Increasing temperature increases the mobility of ions within a solution and results in higher conductivity measurements. Temperature compensation can be performed using empirically derived temperature coefficients, which may be different for various solutions.
Which liquid conductivity standard should I use for calibration?A conductivity standard should be chosen that most closely matches the anticipated conductivity range of the process.
What can I use to clean the conductivity sensor electrodes if fouling occurs?The metal electrodes of 2 and 4-pole sensors can be cleaned with water and mild detergents and washed with deionized water after cleaning. Care should be taken to not use cleaning agents that can impact the material of the electrodes. Click to reference the knowledgebase article on cleaning for more information.
Conductivity Sensor Cleaning
Care and maintenance of both 2-pole and 4-pole conductivity sensors are discussed in this brief article.
Conductivity Sensor SelectionThere are three basic styles of conductivity sensors. This article discusses which products are the best fit for the application.
Pure Water Conductivity MeasurementsConductivity measurements are very common in pure water. Learn about special considerations for these applications.
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