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Transmitters- Mettler-Toledo Thornton 770MAX Pure Water Multiparameter Transmitter Series

Source: Mettler-Toledo Thornton, Inc.

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Transmitters- Mettler-Toledo Thornton 770MAX Multiparameter Analyzer and Transmitters with Smart Sensor Technology allow monitoring six channels of conductivity/resistivity, pH/ORP, dissolved oxygen, ozone, TOC, flow, temperature, pressure, and level.

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Product Brochure: 770MAX Pure Water Multiparameter Analyzer/Transmitter
Application Note: Importance Of TOC Measurements For Pharmaceutical Water Systems

Transmitters- Mettler-Toledo Thornton 770MAX Multiparameter Analyzer and Transmitters with Smart Sensor Technology allow monitoring six channels of conductivity/resistivity, pH/ORP, dissolved oxygen, ozone, TOC, flow, temperature, pressure, and level.

Versatile:
A true multiparameter analyzer and transmitter, the 770MAX transmitter provides concurrent monitoring of as many as six individual sensors and transmits analog and digital data, to system controllers, and data acquisition systems.

Convenient & Compact:
The 770MAX transmitter was designed from the bottom up for simplified specification, installation, startup, calibration, operation and maintenance.

Accurate:
The 770MAX transmitter utilizes patented Smart Sensor technology. Every Thornton Smart Sensor contains a non-volatile memory chip (NVRAM) embedded in its electronic circuitry which stores identification and calibration information specific to that sensor.

Upon connecting a Smart Sensor to a 770MAX transmitter, the instrument automatically recognizes its type and becomes the "meter" for that parameter. The sensor is ready to transmit data from the fluid system to the MAX for processing.

Calibration:
To maintain high accuracy performance and meet QA requirements, the optional 1875 770MAX Calibrator verifies and calibrates all measurement ranges with NIST traceability.

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Product Brochure: 770MAX Pure Water Multiparameter Analyzer/Transmitter
Application Note: Importance Of TOC Measurements For Pharmaceutical Water Systems