Multi-sensor, multi-channel, multi-parameter analysers can greatly reduce the cost per point of any measurand including pH, residual chlorine, ORP, Ozone, Chlorine Dioxide, Dissolved Oxygen and Turbidity measurements without sacrificing the quality of those measurements.

The CRONOS® and CRIUS® controllers all allow the connection of multiple sensors. For example, a CRIUS® may be made up of multi-sensors of the same variety such as up to four chlorine sensors, or could be made up of a mix (multi-channel analyser), such as a pH sensor, a chlorine sensor, and a turbidity sensor. Whatever your requirement for a multi-channel analyser the CRONOS® and CRIUS® ranges will provide what you need.

  • Low cost per point
  • Process control options
  • Remote access options
  • Stable, reliable, accurate sensors

Multi-parameter online analysers from Process Instruments all maintain their level of functionality and include:

  • 4-20mA outputs
  • Assignable relay outputs
  • Intuitive menus
  • Text alarms to your mobile

The CRONOS® and CRIUS® multi-channel analysers are equipped with process control options, relay outputs, serial communications, (TCP, Ethernet, Modbus and Profibus). The CRIUS® also has data-logging capabilities. Remote Access (including remote access to all control options) is available via the internet, and via a LAN. In fact the multi-channel analysers have all the options you could want in an online analyser whilst maintaining a low cost and great value for money.

Typical Configurations

  • Multiple channels of pH, residual chlorine, turbidity, chlorine dioxide
  • pH and chlorine
  • ORP and chlorine
  • pH and chlorine and turbidity

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