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Hach SC1000 MCERTS Multiparameter Universal Controller

A modular system consisting of a display module and at least one probe module connected via a digital network.

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Highlights

  • MCERTS accredited (pH and solids)
  • Network up to 32 digital sensors and analysers
  • The SC1000 controller can easily adapt to your operational needs
  • Complete confidence in your data
  • Progonosys software will alert you to any issues
  • Communication options to fit any application need
  • For seamless integration into a network of devices

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Detail

The Hach SC1000 Universal Controller is a modular system, consisting of a display module and at least one probe module connected via a digital network. The probe modules can be networked together to accommodate a maximum of 32 digital sensors and analysers. There is no complicated set up procedure – just plug any Hach digital sensor into a probe module and it is ready to use. 

The intuitive display module has an easy-to-use interface with a large colour touch screen display. The display module is fully portable and available with GSM/GPRS, Ethernet, and RCP/IP capability. 

Prognosys predictive diagnostics is available exclusively on the SC1000 controller. This software reads multiple inputs from instrumentation to alert you to its overall performance. The dashboard will display an instant indication of whether measurements are reliable and if there are any service requirements. 

The SC1000 can adapt to your needs. With this piece of equipment you are able to add and change probes, to meet your operational needs, without needing to change the controller. 


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To discuss the Hach SC1000 MCERTS Multiparameter Universal Controller and our other Water Quality Monitors and Sensors, please contact David our Business Development Manager (Water & Wastewater).

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