A Susix sensor has 6 optical windows ensuring an optimal analysis of the amount of suspended solids in the process waste water, just as well as the turbidity of the outlet water.
The turbidity range covers 0,001-9999 FNU/NTU/FTU and suspended solids is measured in the range of 0,001g/l to 400 g/l.
Output can be read directly on the converter display, or transferred via Modbus, 4-20mA, to for instance a SCADA system. To ensure safe installation the SuSix is cUL Listed.
The embedded algorithms ensures that 90 % of all applications measuring suspended solids only requires 1-point calibration and should a calibrattion be necessary then SuSix can be recalibrated for different measurement areas at any given time, you can even switch from suspended solid to turbidity measurement very easily.
The converter stores up to 160,000 data points with time and date stamp for statistic purposes.
The turbidity of the drinking water illustrates the amount of particles in the water for the consumer. SuSix is used to monitor this important quality parameter. On delivery the device is fully calibrated for and ready to measure turbidity.
The measuring method is based on luminescence via 6 receiver and transmitter channels. Output is readable from the display and from ModBus or 4-20 mA out which can be connected to other displays or monitoring systems.
This very stable device provides exact measurement of suspended solids and turbidity. This can optimize the process of the outlet water; use SuSix to measure the filtered sludge to get an instant view of state of the dry matter.
Measuring the dry matter in the sludge this way, compared to baking process and an analysis will enhance not only the data input, by the constant SuSix measurement, but also the bottom line of your expenses.
The built-in wiper will keep the 6 point sensor windows clean even in high amount of suspended solids.
There are several display options, the converter and display provides the most complete solution, but for a quick on-site readout, use the simple LCD display.