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With the acquisition of s::can GmbH, a leading provider of online water quality monitoring solutions, we add real-time water quality parameters to our capabilities and enhance the scope of actionable data for Badger Meter customers to help measure and protect resources for a smarter world. By combining technology from Badger Meter, s::can and Analytical Technology, Inc. (ATi), a prominent provider of water quality monitoring and toxic gas detection solutions, our combined solutions offer technology that measures both the quantity and quality of liquids.
Through digital sensor technology, online and inline water quality monitoring products from s::can can detect the physical, organic and inorganic properties of water, such as pH, chlorine (Cl) and turbidity.
With UV-Vis Spectrometer probes, a beam of light is sent through a water sample to measure the spectral absorption. Then, a detector determines water quality parameters without using any chemicals or reagents—a fast and affordable method for regulating water quality.
Because s::can products are both digital and intelligent, they check their health every second and communicate their status with their operator. They also have no moving parts, drastically reducing the need for maintenance.
On the forefront of innovation for smart water quality monitoring in the network is pipe::scan, a modular sensor system that monitors drinking water quality in pipes under pressure. This device measures up to 10 parameters: total organic carbon (TOC), dissolved organic carbon (DOC), ultraviolet transmission (UVT)/UV254, turbidity, color, Cl, pH, oxidation reduction potential/redox (ORP), conductivity, temperature and pressure. The water quality data can be sent to a central database via almost any protocol. Using pipe::scan throughout your entire network is an ideal solution to monitor drinking water.
As an intelligent, IoT-enabled spectrometer probe, spectro::lyser V3 is designed for smart water quality monitoring. It comes with different path lengths that are optimized for wastewater, industrial water, surface water and drinking water applications. spectro::lyser V3 measures many significant water quality parameters in a single device, including TOC, DOC, chemical oxygen demand (COD), biological oxygen demand (BOD), UVT/UV254, turbidity, total suspended solids (TSS), nitrate (NO3), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), spectral fingerprint, spectral alarm and benzene, toluene and xylene (BTX). The parameter set of spectro::lyser V3 can be customized, meaning each parameter can be tailored to your unique needs.
con::cube V3 is a compact, powerful and versatile terminal for data acquisition and station control. Integrating the newest processor technology, con::cube V3 features flexible options for interfacing with sensors, SCADA or any central database system, which makes it perfect for remote monitoring.
An event detection system, ana::tool, identifies unknown and unusual conditions and enables operators to react quickly to issues within the monitored system. It also determines data regularities and triggers an alarm when a significant deviation from normal levels is detected.
i::scan is a miniature multi-parameter spectrophotometer probe for online water quality monitoring, including cost-sensitive applications, highly resolved smart water grids in small, unmanned plants and single building protection settings. It measures turbidity, TOC, DOC, UVT/UV254, UV254 f, UVT10, UVT10 f, UVT100 f, color and temperature.i::scan seamlessly combines the high performance of a multi-wavelength spectrophotometer with lower costs than simple photometers, making it a compact, precise and affordable option.
Modular monitoring stations combine s::can instruments into one compact and versatile system. The required components—including s::can sensors, terminal, flow cells, mounting fittings and pipework—are factory assembled on a compact panel for each station. With nano::station, 2 to 6 parameters can be measured simultaneously, such as nephelometric turbidity unit (FTU), formazin nephelometric unit (NTU), color, UVT/UV254, TOC, DOC, transmission, electrical conductivity (EC), pH, ORP, free chlorine (FCl), total free chlorine (TCl), chlorine dioxide (ClO2), hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), peracetic acid (PAA) and alarm. Similarly, micro::station can simultaneously measure 5 to 24 parameters, including TOC, DOC, COD, BOD, UVT/UV254, turbidity, TSS, NO3, H2S, BTX, spectral fingerprint, spectral alarm, pH, Cl, EC and many more. All users have to do is simply plug in and start measuring.