Make sure the residual chlorine detector is installed correctly
The online residual chlorine detector is suitable for detecting the residual chlorine concentration of domestic or industrial water in large, medium and small water plants, industrial and mining enterprises, swimming pools, etc., so as to control the residual chlorine in the water to meet the specified water quality standards. The instrument is small in size, easy to carry, reduces the requirements for users, and can provide reliable test results. The residual chlorine detector is suitable for monitoring the concentration of hypochlorous acid and residual chlorine in the disinfection process of drinking water and industrial process water, especially for the detection of residual chlorine in the reverse osmosis membrane treatment process. The normal use of the residual chlorine detector must first ensure the correct installation: 1. Installation steps: 1. First select the position where the detector is installed, then mark the exact position and drill a hole. 2. On the installation surface, tighten or bolt the detector properly horizontally. Be sure to open the upper cover and remove the lower cover before installing the detector. The screws on the cover should be taken away with the cover and cannot be separated, and the opened upper cover should be dragged aside to hang. 3. After the detector is installed, the upper cover can be closed and tightened, and the lower cover can only be closed after all the wires are connected. 4. Mark and punch holes at the position where the detector is to be installed. At the same time, properly tighten or fasten the tester bracket on the punched hole, and then clamp the tester on the bracket. 2. Electrical connection: Each cable of the residual chlorine detector has been marked with a number corresponding to the number of the bottom terminal of the detector. Pass the wire through a hole with a diameter of 13 mm at the bottom of the detector and place the end of the wire in the corresponding hole. 1. There are two cables between the detector and the detector. 2. When the cables have been matched, tighten the glands, and do not pull the cables too tightly. 3. If the location requires, connect the external alarm indicator and the residual chlorine output program controller to the detection. 4. If the power supply is 240V or 110V, you can directly insert the plug into the socket and hold it with a spring clip at the same time. 5. If the power supply is 24V, then the wire must enter the hole re-drilled at the bottom of the residual chlorine detector and be connected to the 24V terminal at the same time. Then put the lid on and screw it on.