Analytical transmitters are the part of a measuring system that transmits displayed measurements to a user or a higher level control system.
The Global Analytical Transmitter Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
ABB introduces a new analytical transmitter to improve water use and treatment. The AWT420 creates new possibilities for measuring water quality in industrial and utility applications.
With the introduction of the AWT420 transmitter, ABB has increased the scope of its solutions for digital analytical measurement.
The innovative four-wire, dual channel analytical transmitter optimises process performance for effective water use and treatment by measuring numerous parameters in a single instrument. It is easy to integrate, data is secure, and field upgrades happen quickly.
The AWT420 is a versatile and user-friendly instrument that can measure a variety of parameters, including pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity.
The transmitter’s ability to be upgraded as needed without having to buy new units is made possible by the use of replaceable communications and sensor modules.
It is possible to use ABB’s digital EZLink pH/ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, or turbidity sensors with modules for HART, Profibus, Modbus, or Ethernet communications.
Each pluggable module is factory calibrated and may be quickly upgraded in the field by being easily removed and exchanged through the hinged door of the transmitter.
There is no need for specialised installation or commissioning skills thanks to the transmitter’s user-friendly interface, straightforward setup menus, and one-button calibration routine.
The dual channel configuration of the transmitter offers more operational flexibility. The simplicity of employing a single device for many measurements and the corresponding cost savings are provided by users’ choice of analogue, digital, or a combination of the two sensors.
The transmitter can give direct or reverse acting control thanks to the inbuilt PID. Dual acid/base control can also be provided by this function in pH applications.
The AWT420 may be mounted nearly anywhere thanks to choices for wall, pipe, and panel mounting. The AWT420 offers a single solution for both normal and hazardous applications in the utility, process, power, and maritime sectors.
It offers a choice of corrosion-resistant polycarbonate or durable metal variants, as well as a safe, non-incendive design with ATEX/IECEx standards.
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