Endress+Hauser introduces the Liquiline Compact CM82 transmitter for analytical measurement points where installation space is extremely limited. It is compatible with pH, redox, conductivity, oxygen and chlorine sensors.
For all applications where space is at a premium, the Liquiline Compact CM82 is the perfect transmitter! Small and powerful, it features Memosens technology and can be accessed via Bluetooth from any iOS or Android device.
Always a safe measurement, thanks to Memosens technology
The Liquiline Compact CM82 is a transmitter from the Liquiline platform, compatible with all Memosens pH, redox, conductivity and oxygen electrodes.
This means you can use the same type of sensor for all your process stages (upstream/downstream/control lab), for perfect measurement consistency.
With Memosens digital electrode technology, data transmission is always reliable, even in humid environments or after autoclaving the probes.
Sensors store their calibration data in memory, so they can be calibrated under ideal conditions, away from the point of measurement.
What's more, in the event of replacement, the new sensor is automatically recognized. It's immediately operational, without reconfiguration.
Quick commissioning and easy operation, thanks to Bluetooth connectivity
Download the free SmartBlue app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. You'll then be able to easily configure all measurement points near your tablet or smartphone and view their diagnostics.
The Bluetooth connection offers a very high level of security, audited by the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security (AISEC).
Helps reduce the footprint of skids
The CM82 is a 2-wire loop-powered transmitter. It is connected directly to the sensor, reducing space and wiring requirements to an absolute minimum.
It is compatible with most Endress+Hauser fixed or retractable probe holders.
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