Technical Description – S203 Trend Monitor
Sintrol dust monitors are based on a unique Inductive Electrification technology. The measurement is based on particles interacting with an isolated probe mounted into the duct or stack. When moving particles pass nearby or hit the probe a signal is induced. This signal is then processed through a series of Sintrol’s advanced algorithms to filter out the noise and provide the most accurate dust measurement output.
Classic triboelectric technology is based on the DC signal, which is caused by particles making contact with the sensor to transfer charges. Compared to DC based measurements, the Inductive Electrification technology is more sensitive and minimizes the influence of sensor contamination, temperature drift and velocity changes. By using the Inductive Electrification technology, it is possible to reach dust concentration measurement thresholds as low as 0.01 mg/m3.
A Closer Look
Trend monitor with 4-20 mA output for continuous dust measurement.
Continuous trend monitor that allows plant operators to see the performance of the filtration systems and ducts over a period of time. Perfect for installation after any filtration system or in common line channels leading into the emissions points of a plant.
State of the art Inductive Electrification principle minimizes the need for maintenance on the dust monitor and provides an accurate trend for end users. 4-20 mA output combined with an easy to use auto-setup feature that takes less than 30 minutes from installation makes the device both convenient and reliable.
Common Filtration Control
- Straightforward filter leak detection on an ALERT and ALARM signal base
- Filter performance monitoring and optimization on the mA output signal of S203
- Minimise product loss by finding even the smallest leakages
- Identify broken solenoid valves
- Monitor pulse efficiency and reduce pulse rates
- Reduce consumption of compressed air
- Enable preventive maintenance
- Proactively reduce emergency downtime
The Specs at a Glance
|Measurement Objects||Total Suspended Particles (TSP)|
|Detection Limit 0.01 mg/m³
Maximum Range up to several g/m³, depending on conditions
|Measurement Principle||Inductive Electrification|
|Power Supply Requirements||24 V DC ±10 %
100 … 240 V AC ±10%, 50 / 60 Hz
|Power Consumption||Up to 10 W DC / AC|
|Output Signals||2 × Independent SPDT dry contact relays, max. 30 V DC /
5 A or 240 V AC / 5 A, cos φ = 1
Isolated active 4 … 20 mA output loop*, max. loop resistance 250 Ω
|Communication Interface||Serial communication RS-485
Radio Frequency (RF, Requires optional RF antenna)
|Communication Protocol||Modbus RTU (RS-485)
Sintrol network with (USB, RF and RS-485)