Conductivity cells are used in conjunction with the conductivity transmitters for determining the electrolytic conductivity of liquids. The measuring cell consist of 2 electrodes. An AC voltage is applied on the cells by the transmitter while the liquid is flowing through between the two cells and the transmitter measures the conductivity. The accuracy of the measurement is strongly influenced by the temperature variation and right cable usage. The cable that is used for connecting the sensor to the transmitter. The cable has to be shielded and most importantly one of the cell wires have to be shielded individually.
• M12 male connector
• Cell constant K = 0,1 or K=1
• Accuracy ± 0,5%
• Materials stainless steel and ABS
• Pressure 4 bar or 8bar
• Temperature up to 100 °C
• Temperature compensation Pt100