New Single Point Monitoring Salinity Control System

Marine Electric RPD, Inc., has announced a new addition to the Galbraith-Pilot Marine line of Salinity Indicators.

The single point monitoring salinity control system, the Sea Watch Seven, is a compact and complete solid-state salinity indicating and alarm system designed to measure and control the magnitude of impurities in treated water systems by monitoring the quantity of salts and chlorides dissolved in water to and from evaporators and saline water conversion plants; boiler feed and condensate systems; reactor water cooling systems and steam plants; chemical and food processing plants, and freshwatercooled diesel engines.

Offering excellent accuracy, the Sea Watch Seven Salinity Control System features an all solidstate design with an internal voltage regulator for correction of wide power line voltage fluctuations.

High salinity alarm points are preset with a knob to a calibrated alarm dial. A built-in temperature compensation circuit permits accurate readings over the full scale.

The control panel of the Sea Watch Seven includes a power-on indicator lamp, high - s a l i n i t y alarm indicator, power input offon control, alarm-setting dial, and a wide-face meter for easy reading.

The meter precisely indicates the salinity content of the water at all times via a remotely installed sensor cell. A six-foot three-wire conductor is included with the sensor cell unit for direct or indirect connection to the control panel.

Complete specifications may be obtained by writing to Harry Parke, Marine Electric RPD, Inc., 166 National Road, Edison, N.J.

08817.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 20,  Dec 1977 New Jersey

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