The new WTW DIQ/S 282/284 (2 and 4 channel) controller replaces the DIQ/S 182 from June 2016
The new controller is for small and mid-sized wastewater treatment plants and includes a USB-interface with an internal data logger - up to 4 sensors can be connected and 20 parameters measured siumultaneously.
- All parameters available (O2, NH4, NO3, COD, PO4, sludge level, ...)
- USB-interface and internal data logger by default
- Convenient and available anytime via Ethernet-interface
All parameters at a glance:
The new controller DIQ/S 282/284 is available as 2- (DIQ/S 282) or 4-channel-version (DIQ/S 284). Besides the reagent-free measurement of COD, all other parameters needed for a wastewater treatment plant can be measured. By the combination of multi-parameter sensors, up to 20 parameters can be measured and displayed simultaneously.
Up-to-date, safe and independent:
All versions include an USB-interface and an internal data logger by default. Thereby, your valuable data and system configurations can be stored quick and easy. Stay up-to-date with our software updates free of charge and improve your controller for upcoming measurement tasks.
Convenient and available at any time:
Via the connection to the internet you can access your IQ Sensor Net anytime and anywhere. Monitoring and support from remote saves time, money and nerves. Via the RS 485- and Ethernet- interfaces, the fieldbuses PROFIBUS, Modbus RTU, Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP and PROFINET are available.
The DIQ/S 282/284 is compatible to almost all currently available components of the IQ Sensor Net.
|Connectable sensors||all IQ sensors, at DIQ/S 282: 2, at DIQ/S 284: 4|
|Parameters||pH/ORP, O2, Cond, Turbidity, TSS, NH4+, NO2- , NO3- , NOx, PO4, COD, BOD, TOC, DOC, SAC, UVT, sludge level|
|Interfaces||USB and data logger (as standard); as option: PROFIBUS (RS 485) or MODBUS (RS 485) or Ethernet/IP, MODBUS TCP, PROFINET (RJ45) or RJ45 for remote control|
|Overall cable length||250 m (820 ft.)|
|Power supply||Wide range power supply (100 … 240 VAC) or 24 V|
The City of Muncie Wastewater Treatment Plant - utilizing IQ Sensor Net