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Knick Transmitters for Process Analytics


Knick offers several transmitters to be paired with their line of pH/ORP. conductivity and dissolved oxygen sensors, offering the ability to use one device for multiple types of sensors.  All feature analog measurement or digital measurement using Knick’s Memosens sensors and have large, easy to read screens. The Protos range of transmitters can also be used in hazardous area applications.

If you’re looking for a transmitter for your process application, consider the Knick product line. For more information and to correctly specify your transmitter, contact the experts at Cross’s Flow and Safety Technology today!

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Knick Stratos Evo digital or analog transmitter

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