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The online instrument for drinking water protection (ToxProtect 64)

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The ToxProtect64 is an automated monitoring system to protect a drinking water supply from accidental or malicious contamination due to harmful substances. The characteristic of these threats is a relatively high concentration of dangerous substances that occurs suddenly. Such situations must be detected quickly and safely. False alarms are reduced to an absolute minimum using the ToxProtect 64. This improves the trust of the operators and reduces unnecessary expenditure.

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Sensors array of 64 light barriers to detect fish movement; 30 light barriers to detect immobile fish
Measurands activity (total, separated in rows); interruptions of light barriers due to fish movement
Weight 50 kg
Dimensions (H x W x D) 1125 mm x 858 mm x 600mm
Mains supply 115/230V 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 200 W
Temperature Sample: 5 – 28°C (dep. on fish) / Environment: 5 – 30° C
Transmission up to max. 40 FTU
Sample flow 50 – 150 l/h
Aquarium volume 9 l
Housing protection class IP54
Relay outputs 2 x 24V 1 A contacts
Interface Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet, 2 USB
Maintenance interval > 7 days
Recommended fish species fat-head minnow, tiger barb, minnow, bitterling – depending on temperature; tests for other local fish on request
Feeding automatic feeder at selectable intervals
Number of fish 10
Length of fish 4-6 cm
Recommended period of use of fish 6 month
  • dechlorination system
  • sensitive to a wide range of toxins
  • reliable
  • easy to operate
  • low maintenance
  • low purchasing and operating costs
  • alarm reports via SMS and e-mail
  • drinking water supply
  • dam monitoring
  • waterway analysis and assessment
  • general environmental assessment
  • intake monitoring
  • chemical analysis

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