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Introducing pH sensors that are able to learn

By Chemical Engineering |

Mettler Toledo

Mettler Toledo

Not knowing when pH sensors will require maintenance or if a sensor is going to fail unexpectedly can be a problem. A solution to this problem comes in the form of the trademarked technologies, Intelligent Sensor Management (ISM) and Sensors That Learn. New ISM algorithms allow pH sensors to actually learn from the conditions in a process. Sensors That Learn delivers more accurate sensor-health diagnostics more quickly than previous versions, and enhances the consistency of sensor-lifetime information. When an ISM sensor is connected to a PC running the iSense software, all relevant data are displayed on the software’s iMonitor screen, allowing evaluation of the probe. — Mettler Toledo AG, Urdorf, Switzerland

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