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3/28/2018

Walchem Electroless Plating Controller Offers Flexible Options

Originally titled 'Electroless Plating Controller Offers Flexible Options'
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Walchem’s W600 series controller, which features icon-based programming on a large touchscreen display, can be configured to control as many as six outputs.

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Walchem’s W600 series controller is designed to provide reliable, flexible and powerful control for electroless plating or etching processes. With icon-based programming on a large touchscreen display, it can be configured to control as many as six outputs.

A metal sensor input card allows the use of either a copper or nickel sensor along with a pH electrode. Other options include a universal sensor input that allows the use of almost any type of sensor, including pH/ORP, conductivity or disinfection; an analog input card that allows use of any transmitter with a 4-20-mA signal; and internet connectivity for remote access.

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