Handling

Can I connect my sensor to my analyzer across a distance of 80 meters or more without signal loss?

Yes, with the Memosens inductive connector system it is possible to transmit power and data between electrochemical sensors and analyzers without contact. It accommodates cable lengths of up to 100m.

How can I prevent moisture, corrosion and dirt from affecting measurement points located outside?

Perfect galvanic isolation eliminates interference from the beginning. It also permits complex measurements to be taken even with the most difficult potentials. The inductive connector system is immune to moisture, dirt, corrosion, salt bridges, and potential interference.

Is there a quick, easy and safe way to replace my sensor in critical, difficult to reach areas?

Thanks to bayonet coupling, Memosens sensors are easy to replace. The Plug & Measure function enables sensors to be replaces with pre-calibrated sensors on site within minutes. The time in which maintenance staff is working in critical areas is now shorter.

Can Memosens sensors be replaced by non-specialists?

Yes, because Memosens sensors can be pre-calibrated. In other words, work that would require highly qualified experts will be taken care of beforehand, in the laboratory. This way, when an error occurs at a measuring point, the sensor can be replaced by a pre-calibrated, tested sensor.

Can I calibrate my sensors in the laboratory rather than on site?

Memosens sensors are pre-calibrated in the laboratory and the calibration data is saved directly in the sensor. It is not necessary to calibrate them at the measuring point.

Are the Memosens sensors of other manufacturers interoperable?

Yes, with MemoSuite, the Memosens sensors of other manufacturers can also be documented.

Can I use the same sensor in the laboratory and in the process?

Yes, with Memosens sensors, you have the advantage of being able to connect the same sensor to both a process analyzer in online operation and a portable (mobile) analyzer such as Portavo. Further information is available at Memosens@Knick.

How do I permit Portavo to operate only one specific sensor?

With the sensor verification feature, a specific Memosens sensor can be directly assigned to the Portavo unit to avoid sensor confusion.

With which devices and sensors can I use Memosens?

You can use Memosens with Protos, MemoRail, Stratos, Portavo, MemoSuite, and all Memosens sensors.

Can I use sensors from other suppliers with Memosens?

Yes, Memosens is an open platform. There is a selection of sensor suppliers.

Maintenance and Calibration

Is there a quick, easy and safe way to replace my sensor in critical, difficult to reach areas?

Thanks to bayonet coupling, Memosens sensors are easy to replace. The Plug & Measure function enables sensors to be replaces with pre-calibrated sensors on site within minutes. The time in which maintenance staff is working in critical areas is now shorter.

Can Memosens sensors be replaced by non-specialists?

Yes, because Memosens sensors can be pre-calibrated. In other words, work that would require highly qualified experts will be taken care of beforehand, in the laboratory. This way, when an error occurs at a measuring point, the sensor can be replaced by a pre-calibrated, tested sensor.

Can I calibrate my sensors in the laboratory rather than on site?

Memosens sensors are pre-calibrated in the laboratory and the calibration data is saved directly in the sensor. It is not necessary to calibrate them at the measuring point.

Is there a way to save time when calibrating measuring points frequently?

As a rule, calibrating a Memosens sensor takes a fifth of the time it takes to calibrate an analog sensor. Memosens sensors can be calibrated under laboratory conditions instead of under adverse conditions on site. Thanks to preventive diagnostics, it is possible to systematically plan their maintenance. This extends sensor service life and reduces the number of calibrations required.

Where is the data of my pre-calibrated sensors saved?

All calibration data is directly saved in the sensor. This means that Memosens sensors are available at all times. MemoSuite can be used to document the sensor’s complete history.

How can I make sure my sensor can withstand a new production batch?

Memosens sensors continuously save key process parameters and loads directly in the sensor. MemoSuite documents the sensor’s complete life cycle, prepares graphical overviews, and provides an overview of the sensor’s condition.

Can I see how often my sensor has been sterilized?

Yes, thanks to the data saved in conjunction with MemoSuite, Memosens sensors provide information about the sensor’s condition and whether the permissible number of sterilization cycles has been reached.

Data Capture and Management

Can I calibrate my sensors in the laboratory rather than on site?

Memosens sensors are pre-calibrated in the laboratory and the calibration data is saved directly in the sensor. It is not necessary to calibrate them at the measuring point.

How do I maintain an overview of which sensors must be calibrated when?

With MemoSuite, the sensor data from Memosens sensors is documented in a database. The data is clearly displayed and can be retrieved from the MemoSuite database.

Where is the data of my pre-calibrated sensors saved?

All calibration data is directly saved in the sensor. This means that Memosens sensors are available at all times. MemoSuite can be used to document the sensor’s complete history.

How can I find out how long I have used a sensor and in what condition it is?

Memosens sensors continuously save key process parameters and load data directly in the sensor. MemoSuite documents the sensor’s complete life cycle, prepares graphical overviews, and provides an overview of the sensor’s condition.

How can I determine the service life of a sensor?

Thanks to the data saved in conjunction with MemoSuite, Memosens sensors provide information about their condition, enabling you to better decide when to replace them.

Can I see how often my sensor has been sterilized?

Yes, thanks to the data saved in conjunction with MemoSuite, Memosens sensors provide information about the sensor’s condition and whether the permissible number of sterilization cycles has been reached.

Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

How do I maintain an overview of which sensors must be calibrated when?

With MemoSuite, the sensor data from Memosens sensors is documented in a database. The data is clearly displayed and can be retrieved from the MemoSuite database.

How can I make sure my sensor can withstand a new production batch?

Memosens sensors continuously save key process parameters and loads directly in the sensor. MemoSuite documents the sensor’s complete life cycle, prepares graphical overviews, and provides an overview of the sensor’s condition.

How can I find out how long I have used a sensor and in what condition it is?

Memosens sensors continuously save key process parameters and load data directly in the sensor. MemoSuite documents the sensor’s complete life cycle, prepares graphical overviews, and provides an overview of the sensor’s condition.

How can I determine the service life of a sensor?

Thanks to the data saved in conjunction with MemoSuite, Memosens sensors provide information about their condition, enabling you to better decide when to replace them.

Can I see how often my sensor has been sterilized?

Yes, thanks to the data saved in conjunction with MemoSuite, Memosens sensors provide information about the sensor’s condition and whether the permissible number of sterilization cycles has been reached.

How do I see if an error reported by my measuring system is caused by a problem with the sensor?

With Memosens sensors, you can connect the same process sensor to a portable device and check the sensor. This way, you can find out whether the sensor or the analyzer is causing the problem.