Factors Affecting Conductivity Probe Price in India

Conductivity probes are essential tools used in various industries to measure the electrical conductivity of a solution. These probes play a crucial role in ensuring the quality and efficiency of processes in industries such as water treatment, food and beverage production, pharmaceuticals, and more. The price of conductivity probes in India can vary depending on several factors. In this article, we will explore the factors that affect the price of conductivity probes in India.


One of the primary factors that influence the price of conductivity probes in India is the quality of the probe. Higher quality probes are typically made from durable materials that can withstand harsh conditions and provide accurate and reliable measurements. These probes are often more expensive due to the cost of materials and manufacturing processes involved in their production. On the other hand, lower quality probes may be more affordable but may not offer the same level of accuracy and durability.

Another factor that affects the price of conductivity probes in India is the brand. Well-known and reputable brands that have a proven track record of producing high-quality probes may command a higher price compared to lesser-known brands. Customers may be willing to pay a premium for a brand that they trust to deliver reliable and accurate measurements consistently.

Model No. CIT-8800 Inductive Conductivity / Concentration Online Controller
Measurement range Conductivity 0.00μS/cm ~ 2000mS/cm
Concentration 1.NaOH,(0-15)% or(25-50)%;
2.HNO3(note the Corrosion resistance of the sensor)(0-25)% or(36-82)%;
3.User-defined concentration curves.
TDS 0.00ppm~1000ppt
Temp. (0.0 ~ 120.0)℃
Resolution Conductivity 0.01μS/cm
Concentration 0.01%
TDS 0.01ppm
Temp. 0.1℃
Accuracy Conductivity 0μS/cm ~1000μS/cm ±10μS/cm
1 mS/cm~500 mS/cm ±1.0%
500mS/cm~2000 mS/cm ±1.0%
TDS 1.5 level
Temp. ±0.5℃
Temp. compensation element Pt1000
range (0.0~120.0)℃ linear compensation
(4~20)mA Current output channels Double channels
features Isolated, adjustable, reversible, 4-20MA output, instruments/ transmitter mode.
Loop resistance 400Ω(Max),DC 24V
Resolution ±0.1mA
Control contact Channels Triple channels
Contact Photoelectric relay output
Programmable Programmable ( temperature 、conductivity/concentration/TDS、timing)output
Features Could set temperature、conductivity/concentration/TDS、 timing NO/NC/ PID selection
Resistance load 50mA(Max),AC/DC 30V(Max)
Data communication RS485,MODBUS protocol
Power supply DC 24V±4V
Consumption <5.5W
Working environment Temperature:(0~50)℃ Relative Humidity:≤85%RH(non- condensing )
Storage Temperature:(-20~60)℃ Relative Humidity:≤85%RH(non- condensing)
Protection level IP65(with rear cover)
Outline dimension 96mm×96 mm×94mm (H×W×D)
Hole dimension 91mm×91mm(H×W)
Installation Panel mounted , fast installation

The type of conductivity probe also plays a significant role in determining its price. There are different types of conductivity probes available in the market, such as contacting and non-contacting probes. Contacting probes come into direct contact with the solution being measured, while non-contacting probes do not touch the solution. Contacting probes are typically more affordable compared to non-contacting probes due to the complexity of their design and the technology involved.

The range and accuracy of a conductivity probe can also impact its price. Probes that offer a wider range of conductivity measurements and higher levels of accuracy may be more expensive compared to probes with limited range and accuracy. Customers who require precise measurements for their processes may be willing to invest in a more expensive probe to ensure the quality and efficiency of their operations.


The features and capabilities of a conductivity probe can also influence its price. Probes with advanced features such as temperature compensation, automatic calibration, and data logging capabilities may be priced higher than basic probes with limited features. Customers who require these advanced features for their specific applications may be willing to pay a premium for a probe that meets their requirements.

In conclusion, the price of conductivity probes in India is influenced by various factors such as quality, brand, type, range, accuracy, and features. Customers should consider their specific requirements and budget constraints when choosing a conductivity probe for their applications. By understanding the factors that affect the price of conductivity probes, customers can make informed decisions and invest in a probe that meets their needs effectively.

Model CCT-5300E series Conductivity/Resistivity/TDS Online Controller
Constant 0.01cm-1, 0.1 cm-1, 1.0cm-1, 10.0 cm-1
Conductivity (0.5~20,000)uS/cm,(0.5~2,000)uS/cm, (0.5~200)uS/cm, (0.05~18.25)MQ·cm
TDS (0.25~10,000)ppm, (0.25~1,000)ppm, (0.25~100)ppm
Medium Temp. (0~50)℃(Temp.Compensation: NTC10K)
Accuracy Conductivity: 1.5%(FS), Resistivity:2.0%(FS), TDS: 1.5%(FS), Temp.: +/-0.5℃
Temp. compensation (0-50)°C (with 25℃ as Standard)
Cable length ≤20m(MAX)
mA output Isolated, transportable (4~20)mA, Instrument / Transmitter for selection
Control Output relay contact: ON/OFF, Load capacity: AC 230V/5A(Max)
Working Environment Temp.(0~50)℃;Relative Humidity ≤85%RH (none condensation)
Storage Environment Temp.(-20~60)℃;Relative Humidity ≤85%RH (none condensation)
Power Supply CCT-5300E: DC 24V; CCT-5320E: AC 220V
Dimension 96mmx96mmx105mm(HxWxD)
Hole Size 91mmx91mm(HxW)
Installation Panel mounted, fast installation

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