Liquid Analyzers

Liquid analyzers are used for monitoring process chemistry including water quality, providing process optimization and control. Common measurements include pH, ORP, conductivity, resistivity, percent concentration and dissolved oxygen.

Liquid analysis is essential for protecting capital assets including boilers and cooling towers, by preventing corrosion, minimizing maintenance, and maximizing uptime.

Yokogawa is a recognized world leader for reliable liquid analytical equipment, providing accurate and repeatable solutions for maintaining and controlling even the most demanding process applications with unparalleled ease of operation.

Liquid Analytical Sensor Wiring

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  • Digital or SMART sensors maintain specific measurement and calibration data on an integrated chip along that is an integral part of the sensor. This data can be exchanged between the sensor and either a process transmitter or a laboratory PC using a data management software, like the SPS24. 

  • pH and ORP meters, analyzers and transmitters are used for continuous process monitoring of pH and ORP to ensure water/product quality, monitor effluent discharge, batch neutralization, pulp stock, scrubbers, cooling towers, chemical, water/wastewater treatment and many other applications.

  • pH electrodes and sensors are the sensing portions of a pH measurement. Various installation options including retractable, flow thru, immersion, and direct insertion. Proper pH electrode/sensor selection is critical for optimal measurement results.

  • Conductivity meters, analyzers and transmitters are used for continuous process measurement and monitoring of conductivity, resistivity, WIFI, demineralizer water, RO water, percent concentration, boiler blowdown and TDS.

  • Conductivity sensors and electrodes are used to measure process conductivity, resistivity, WIFI, demineralizer water, RO water, percent concentration, boiler blowdown and TDS. Various installation options including retractable, flow thru, immersion, and direct insertion. Proper electrode/sensor selection is critical for optimal measurement results.

  • Dissolved Oxygen (DO) meters, analyzers and transmitters are used for continuous process measurement and monitoring of milligrams per liter (mg/l),parts per million (ppm), parts per billion (ppb), or % saturation. 

  • Dissolved Oxygen (DO) electrodes and sensors are the sensing portions of a DO measurement. There are three common technologies for dissolved oxygen measurements: polographic, galvanic and optical. Various installation options including floating ball, retractable, flow thru, immersion, and direct insertion. 

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The input module you need depends on the Model Number of your FLXA Analyzer.
Overview:

The input module you need depends on the Model Number of your FLXA Analyzer.

If you forgot the password to your FLXA Transmitter you can use the password #PW123# - this will allow you go into the menus. Remember to change or remove the password.
Soak the sensor in 5 - 10% Hydrochloric acid (HCl) in water solution. for 5 - 10 minutes, then rinse. If you have trouble finding 5 - 10% HCL you can buy muriatic acid at a building supply house and it is usually 20 - 30% HCL. Check the label. Dilute...
If you forget the password you have set in one of these transmitters there are only 9 passwords that can be set.  The password setting on the unit is a little difficult to understand. When you put a 3 digit code in service code 52 you are setti...
If you have lost the password for your SC150 you can use password   #PW123#   to get into the menu. The next thing you should do is to reset the password.
There is no way to "turn off" an unused input on a DC402. If you leave the terminals open you will get error messages.  Connect a simulated sensor to the unused input to clear the errors. Use a resistor on 11-12 to simulate the t...
The difference is the temperature sensor. The SC41 has a Ni100 temperature element and the SC42 has a PT1000 temperature element. PT1000 is a better temperature element, but some old electronics will not accept a PT1000 temperature element, so the SC...
Click the link at the top of the page to download the DO400 Manual.
How to startup a new sensor, or how to replace the Membrane Cap and Electrolyte.   Startup of a new Oxygold G sensor: The Oxygold G sensor is shipped dry with a protective cap over the end of the Membrane Cartridge. CAUTION: The electrolyte ...
You can test the ISC converter by simulating a conductivity reading using an ISC40 sensor. You will need: A known working ISC40 sensor. A piece of wire One or two decade box/resistance sources. Connect sensor wires 13-17 to analyzer. ...
With an Ohm meter check the following wires on the ISC40G sensor cable: 11 to 12 (Pt1000 or Thermistor) 13 to 17 – Sensor coil – expect low resistance. If unstable or above 100Ω it is bad. 15 to 16 - Sensor coil – ex...
Use the link at the top of the page to download a compressed (ZIP) file containing the GS Sheet and Manual for the SC150.
The TM20 pH meter was discontinued over 20 years ago, but the manual is still available.  If you have trouble downloading it, send us an email at support@us.yokogawa.com or call 800-524-7378.
To test the conductivity input do the following:  Write down the cell constant and change it to 1.00 (this is not mandatory, it makes the math easier)  Place a jumper wire between 13 to 14 and another one on 15 to 16 (not necessary on t...
A tiny crack in the membrane of a glass electrode is not always visible to the naked eye. Frequent shocks may create cracks in the glass that cause measurment errors. These cracks will cause the analyzer to read 0 mV and the ...
It is very important that the cables maintain a very high impedance. If any moisture penetrates the cable the impedance will drop and the cable will short out the voltage generated by the pH sensors. This will cause errors or a total loss of mea...
Yes. The Cation Differential pH and ORP sensors have a glass electrode that needs a 2 point calibration performed regularly. Because of the Cation Reverence electrode you must use special buffers with a constant sodium ion concent...
Error 130 & 131 are display errors. The PH450 calibrates the display each time it powers up. Error 130 or 131 means this calibration failed. Cycle the power to the unit and allow it to calibrate the display again. If after 6 times the error is st...
The PH150 and SC150 were discontinued in 2004. The Manual and General Specification sheet are no longer available on Yokogawa's website. Use this link to download a zip file containing both documents.
Often, Instrumentation technicians like to shorten cables to match the installation. This is strongly discouraged with Analytical Sensors. Yokogawa has designed cables with a special layer of conductive plastic to ensure maximum noise ...
PH150 Forgot Password?
(KB-000-0209)
The PH150 allows the use of passwords to limit access to the Calibration functions and access to the Configuration functions. If these functions have been protected with a password and the password is not available there is a way to bypass the prote...
Yokogawa's pH and conductivity sensors include a temperature sensor to allow for temperature compensation. The pH and conductivity sensors have a relatively large temperature mass and respond slowly to the changes in the process temperature. This...
That is possible but not guaranteed. The 225 mm sensor body is longer, so it has more electrolyte. Often the reference electrode fails because the electrolyte is depleted as it diffuses through the reference junction into the process. With ...
In a dual input FLXA202 or FLXA21 analyzer you can use a HART Splitter to convert the HART® dynamic variables into current outputs or contact outputs. The model number is "1W-KFD2-HLC-EX1.D" and the description is "P+F HART Splitte...
Generally we state that the pH analyzer is as accurate as the care that is given to the device allows. With lots of care you can achieve 0.05 pH accuracy. With normal care you achieve 0.1 pH Without care the measuring error can be pH 0.5 or more...
Most pH sensors with a glass membrane cannot be mounted upside down. To absorb the thermal expansion of the internal buffer solution there is always a sizeable air bubble inside the sensor. When the sensor is mounted upside down the reference element...
Yokogawa offers the PH18 sensor. This sensor is nonglass and suitable for regular CIP and SIP cycles.
Yes you can, but we do not recommend this method. A pH sensor has a reference electrode that has a low impedance to the process. If the process suffers from common mode voltages or ground loops it will be difficult to measure the ...
PH Sensor Cleaning
(KB-000-0380)
Cleaning pH Sensors Basic Steps  Rinse electrode in clean water Clean by immersing the electrodes in a cleaning solution (see below).  Rinse Again Check with buffers Cleaning Solutions: If you know a specific way to clean the sens...
If you have set a password and have forgotten it you can use the password "MOON" to get into the configuration menu. Then you will be able to modify/view the password that is set in the unit.  Note: if you have not set a password just...
The password to get in all the maintenance and commissioning menus is 16 
The short answer to this question is NO. But, there is a long answer that will give you another option. Yokogawa has created a Submersible Sensor Kit (part number M1289XT) for the FU20 pH sensors - M1289XU for the FU24 sensor). It is also known as ...
ZR22S: Option "B" Adder
(KB-000-0438)
This is the Japanese GS sheet, containing a number of options we rarely sell here in the US. Contact Support at 800-524-7378 or support@us.yokogawa.com for price and delivery information.    ...
NO!  Sensors that are not used need to be stored in a solution that guarantees that the sensor is ready for use. When the sensor is stored in pure water the salt will be washed out of the junction of the reference cell. This causes the sensor t...
Most of our pH sensors have a noble metal solution ground and our transmitters measures two values: 1.  the voltage between this solution ground, or liquid earth sensor and the pH sensor, and 2. the voltage between this solut...
This is a well-known pH problem that we call Diffusion Potential. If the sensor junction is partially plugged the electrical contact between electrolyte and process is not good. This results in a high diffusion potential and an error i...
Yes and No.  Yes - after cleaning you need to verify that the analyzer is reading correctly. The easiest way is to see how it reads when placed in 2 pH buffer soltuions. This is what you do when calibrating.  No - If the readings are with...
Yes, the SENCOM Module in these sensors allows a Modbus Master to connect using Modbus RTU protocol and access the following data: pH Temperature compensated pH ORP pH compensated ORP rH Temperature Junction resistance value Sensor details ...
Yes, the input module can be changed in the Converter.    See the FAQ: Which Input Module do I order for my FLXA21/202 analyzer? ...

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    SENCOM- The Next Generation in SMART Liquid Analyzers

    Yokogawa’s SENCOM SMART Sensor Platform is an innovative analyzer platform that optimizes maintenance, reduces configuration time, and simplifies in-field maintenance and calibration. Yokogawa is a recognized world leader for reliable liquid analytical equipment, providing accurate and repeatable solutions for maintaining and controlling even the most demanding process applications.

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