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6/7/2012

GF Piping Systems Transmitter

Originally titled 'Transmitter'
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GF Piping Systems will exhibit its Signet 9900 SmartPro transmitter, which provides a single-channel interface for monitoring multiple parameters, including flow, pH, oxidation reduction potential, conductivity/resistivity, pressure, temperature, level and salinity.

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GF Piping Systems will exhibit its Signet 9900 SmartPro transmitter, which provides a single-channel interface for monitoring multiple parameters, including flow, pH, oxidation reduction potential, conductivity/resistivity, pressure, temperature, level and salinity. It is suited for a variety of applications, including water and wastewater treatment, reverse osmosis, deionization, chemical dosing and delivery, metal and plastic finishing, fume scrubbers, cooling towers, and virtually all types of filtration.

The 9900 Smart Pro features a large, 3.90 × 3.90-inch, backlit display for improved visibility, reducing the risk of operators misreading or misinterpreting displayed values. It is available in both panel and field-mount versions and can run on 12- to 32-VDC power. The transmitter also can be loop powered with compatible sensors. 

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