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This is a conductivity controller

CC3020 a conductivity controller


The unit type CC3020 is a controller for full automatic monitoring of the conductivity and eventually starting a regeneration through an external device. The controller is equipped with an conductivity meter without temperature meter. Adaptable to user specific requirements by built-in programmable options. The programmed configuration will be stored into non volatile memory and therefore not be affected by power loss.


  • User operated programming using double row of illuminated LCD display
  • Display text in English, French, German or Dutch
  • Adaption to user specific requirements by means of options programmable on site
  • 4 stages : Monitoring, Pre Flush, Regeneration wait, Regeneration, Flush, Flush alarm
  • Extensive status report facility using information button
  • 1 inputs : regeneration busy
  • 2 powered relay outputs : Flush valve (fused 8A), Alarm (fused 8A)
  • 1 relay output (dry contact): Regeneration start
  • Secure from power failure as all data is stored long-term without battery
  • Efficient micro controller with watchdog, illegal operation code and cycle monitoring
  • Safeguarded from EMC by galvanic separation between microcontroller and in- and output circuits and also by additional interference suppression filter
  • Available for wall-mounting
  • Available (input /output) : 12VDC/12VDC, 24VDC/24VDC, 24VAC/24VAC, 115VAC/115VAC, 230VAC/230VAC
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