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Wall mounted Formaldemeter or Glutaraldemeter ifB

  • Simple integration into existing sensor networks
  • PLC control systems
  • Stand–alone area monitoring
  • Cleanrooms; Packing rooms & Workshops
  • Single-point remote monitoring

Fixed Formaldehyde & Glutaraldehyde Meter (PPM Technology)

The PPM Technology interface board (ifB) has been designed to connect the Formaldemeter or Glutaraldemeter to third party systems. The interface board can be configured to give different voltage outputs; a 4–20mA current output and also give a relay alarm output. Various modes of operation are available to suit a whole array of uses, applications and situations. There is a configuration menu available to allow the user to choose output type, operation mode, select output tests, sampling range and also calibrate the Formaldemeter or Glutaraldemeter. The menu also alows for the incorporated voltage-less relay to be triggered at various concentrations so that external equipment can be controlled.

 

 

The PPM Technology interface board (ifB) comes complete with a Formaldemeter htV or Glutaraldemeter, and is fully calibrated and ready to use. Simply connect your external outputs up to the ifB and switch on. 

Polled mode

Polled mode

In this mode samples are only taken when a valid pulse is detected on the sample input line. If the instrument has not cleared sufficiently to sample at this point then the sample will be delayed - as soon as the instrument is ready then a sample will be taken. this is ideal for use with PLC or other controller based systems as the sampling rate is controlled by the input lines and the status is available as logic levels on the output lines.

Continuous mode

Continuous mode

This mode does not require any external trigger for sampling. Samples are taken as often as possible by the Formaldemeter or Glutaraldemeter.

Timed mode

Timed mode

Timed mode does not require an external trigger but unlike the previous continuous mode it uses an internal timer to trigger samples at a set frequency.

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