Yokogawa Compatible pH Sensor

Yokogawa Compatible pH Sensor

Features:

  • Yokogawa compatible pH Sensor
  • Outlasts OEM by up to 10 times
  • 6m cable
  • RYTON with ¾”  MNPT Front & Back End
  • -5°C to 105°C
  • Triple Junction (optional)
  • Coat resistant materials reduce fouling
  • Acid/Fluoride Resistant
  • Ammonia, Chlorine and Sulphide Gas Resistant
  • High Capacity KYNAR Reference
  • Solution Ground
  • Special glass to suit Yokogawa
The TT-JYC-pH Yokogawa Compatible pH Sensor is an analogue pH sensor that is compatible with all Yokogawa Analysers that have an analogue input (even digital models). For more than 20 years our OEM replacement sensors have provided our customers with superior performance and longevity in harsh applications. The chemical and physical resistance provides a superior service life of up to 10 times that of an ordinary sensor. In nearly all cases our customers report less drift and significantly less maintenance and the reason they keep using Turtle Tough… a significantly lower cost of ownership. The high capacity solid state KYNAR reference junction provides superior chemical resistance to sulphides and other dissolved gasses. The standard sensor utilises a double junction however a triple junction is available as a special order. The sensor is built with PT1000 integrated temperature compensation element and integral solution ground so that it interfaces seamlessly with the Yokogawa Analysers. Our toughest Turtle Tough pH glasses have higher impedance which can be rejected prematurely by the Yokogawa Analyser thinking that it is “old”. By utilising a special glass formulation we have made a low impedance glass that falls within the impedance input limits for the Yokogawa Analysers. While we are limited in design by the electronics of the analyser, our OEM replacement sensor is guaranteed to outlast the original many times over. For extreme applications that require our extreme slurry/abrasion resistant, zinc resistant, or High HF resistant glass and different analyser will need to be considered.