Conductivity Meters

Conductivity meters, available in both analog and digital versions, gauge the electrical conductivity of demineralised water by assessing the conductivity between two electrodes in µS/cm. Analog conductivity meters utilise a conductivity cell and necessitate a flow assembly for installation within fully demineralised water pipes. Meanwhile, their digital counterparts feature a digital display suitable for placement in a cabinet or on a wall. Conductivity meters are integral tools in water treatment solutions, aiding in the continuous monitoring and control of water quality. Their versatility and ability to provide real-time data make them indispensable for maintaining optimal conditions in various water treatment applications.

Conductivity Meters

Conductivity meters operate based on the principle that the ability of water to conduct electricity is directly related to the concentration of dissolved ions. These ions may include salts, minerals, and other dissolved substances.

The measurement of conductivity is typically expressed in microsiemens per centimeter (µS/cm) or millisiemens per centimeter (mS/cm). It quantifies the water’s ability to conduct an electric current.



  • Measurement Range
  • Accuracy and Precision
  • Cell Constants
  • Temperature Compensation
  • Digital or Analog Display
  • Data Logging and Storage
  • Connectivity Options
  • User-Friendly Interface
  • Battery Life and Power Options
  • Durability and Build Quality
  • Calibration Functionality
  • Alarm and Indicator Functions
  • Auto-Off Feature

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