- Turbidity is defined as the reduction of transparency of a liquid caused by the presence of undissolved suspended matter.
- The origin of the particles found in water can be mineral (such as clay ) or organic (such as organic matter or living organisms ). Turbidity is not, however, a direct measure of suspended particles in water, but a measure of the scattering effect such particles have on light.
- Turbidity sensor uses optics principles to synthetically estimate turbidity through the liquid light transmittance rate and scattering rate.
- Since the amount of haze value is gradual, it is usually detected in a dynamic environment.
- The turbidity value that turbidity sensor collects need connecting external control for AD conversion to get a corresponding environment turbidity situation, so that the sensor need a peripheral circuit to detect in a system.
- With waterproof probe, mainly used in washing machines, dishwashers and other equipment for turbidity testing.
- Operating Voltage: DC 5V
- Operating Current: 30mA (MAX)
- Detection Range: 0%--3.5%（0-4550NTU）
- Operating Temperature: -30℃~80℃
- Error Range: ±0.5%
- Output mode 1: Analog output 0-4.5V
- Output mode 2: high / low level signal
- Measure water quality.
- Transport research and laboratory measurements
- Pharmaceutical industry and measurements
- Measure pipe transition.