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Hach Company Launches FDT Certified Multi-Sensor DTM

Published: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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Hach’s multi-sensor device type manager available as a free software download for the sc200 Universal Controller.

Hach Company has received certification by the FDT Group for its multi-sensor DTM (device type manager), available on and as a free software download for the sc200 Universal Controller with Profibus DP.

Covering 43 sensors and analyzers and 20 different parameters, Hach’s multi-sensor DTM represents the world’s broadest portfolio of certified analytical devices for water and wastewater.

“We are pleased to offer the benefits of FDT technology with our industry-leading portfolio of water and wastewater analytical instruments,” said, Seth Vance, Sr. Global Product Manager for Hach.

Vance continued, “With the availability of DTMs our customers will be able to minimize the time and costs associated with device startup and configuration.”

A Device DTM is software used in FDT frame applications which provides users the ability to configure device parameters and access advanced diagnostic information from any location.

This significantly simplifies setup, configuration, and diagnostics as they can all be performed from the control room rather than out in the plant.

The new multi-sensor DTM software is available to engineers, consultants, system integrators, and end users as a free download on Hach’s webpage.


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