Accepta's range of high performance microprocessor based residual chlorine controllers are designed to allow the accurate measurement and control of residual chlorine / free chlorine.
Residual chlorine or free chlorine is a measure of the amount of available chlorine remaining in a system after the chlorine demand has been satisfied.
Accepta offer a range of high quality instruments including controllers, meters, cells and sensors that are designed to accurately measure or control levels of residual chlorine or free chlorine.
Typical applications for the measurement of free or residual chlorine include:
- Potable water from water treatment plant
- Swimming pool waters
- Chlorine based sterilisation of water
- Borehole waters used for potable
- Range of industrial process applications where chlorine is used
Microprocessor based Residual Chlorine Controller
Accepta’s MO-5 series of residual chlorine controllers are simple to use, logical to program microprocessor based instruments.
Accepta MO-5 pH and MO-5 mV are pH and Redox controllers housed in robust, IP65 surface mounting enclosures.
These instruments feature on/off and proportional controls together with a switch mode power supply 100 to 240 VAC 50 / 60 Hz.
|Accepta MO-5-CL||CL2 controller in surface mounting IP65 enclosure
Range 0 - 2.00 or 0-20 mg/L with two control relays, an alarm relay with delay timers, flow sensor input and two isolated 4 -20mA outputs.
Mains supply by switch mode power supply 100 to 240 VAC 50 / 60 Hz.
Can be supplied for use with either open or closed cells.
|Accepta-DL||Built in data logger logs to SD card which is installed inside the instrument.|
If you require additional information or specialist technical support concerning our microprocessor based residual chlorine controllers please contact Accepta's technical support team.