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ECD Model T80 Universal Transmitter

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The ECD Model T80 Universal Transmitter is a single or dual channel transmitter designed for the continuous measurement of pH, ORP, pION, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, Conductivity or Resistivity in a general purpose industrial environment. The Model T80 transmitter digitally communicates with any ECD Model S80 Intelligent Sensor, automatically configuring the transmitter’s menus and display screens to the measured parameter.

Features and Benefits

  • Universal Transmitter: measures pH, ORP, DO, Specific Ion,
  • Turbidity, Conductivity or Resistivity
  • Graphic LCD Display: Easy to Read Graphical and Numerical 


  • Simple Menu Structure: Intuitive, Easy to Navigate and Configure
  • Use with ECD Digital Intelligent Sensors that are factory calibrated sensors and store data
  • 4-20 mA output with MODBUS RTU and Alarm Relays: Flexible configurations for all applications
  • HART® communication

Product ECD Model T80 Universal Transmitter
Company Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc.
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Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc.
1681 Kettering, Irvine, California 92614 USA

Tel: +1-949-336-6060
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