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There’s no complicated wiring or set up procedures with the SC controller. Plug any Hach digital sensor into a Probe Module and it’s ready for use. More Confidence in Your Instrument’s. Performance. Available exclusively on the SC controller, Prognosys predictive diagnostics uses patented. SC Multi-parameter Universal Controller Display Module (without GSM/ GPRS).

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Supported parameters include dissolved oxygen, pH, ORP, conductivity, turbidity, suspended solids, nitrate, chlorine, ammonia, phosphate and hacb Give us a call for more information. SMS text messages and emails can be sent in the case of alarms and system warnings. E-mail this product to a friend.

Additional inputs are available via digital network connection.

How you retrieve that information is up to you. Probe modules provide power to the system, along with input and output connections. Systems allow easy expansion to accommodate your changing operational needs—just add or change your inputs and outputs as needed.

If needed, data can also be transferred to your computer using a basic SD card sold separately. The Hach sc Multi-parameter Sc1000 Controller is a state-of-the-art modular controller system.

Hach sc User Manual | pages

Controllers provide internal data and event logging based on user-configurable intervals. Ethernet port standard -attach a sc1000 directly to the sc controller to operate the system from the computer.


GSM wireless modem optional -use it for fully remote operation of the sc controller, including transfer of data and software updates.

The sc controller can adapt to your needs.

Alarms Low alarm point, low alarm point deadband, high hafh point, high alarm point deadband, off delay, and on delay. For a complete system, order a display module one required per networkprobe module minimum of oneHach digital probe s and optional expansion accessories. Additional relays and analog inputs and outputs can be added by networking a second Probe Module or optional DIN-rail communication modules. Each module accept up to 8 digital probes or expansion boards varies by model.

Probe Modules can be added or removed depending on hacch needs. Use the hacj controller for hassle-free communications. Use it directly with 8 sensors or network several together to accommodate many more sensors and parameters. Download data logs and upload software updates.

SC1000 Multi-parameter Universal Controller

One Display Module controls one or several Probe Modules connected by a digital network. Use them in any combination. Probe modules can be upgraded with optional internal expansion accessories. Standard configurations for a single Probe Module include. Probe Modules can be networked together to accommodate many more sensors attached to the same network.


Advanced Communication Options Use the sc controller for hassle-free communications. Just plug the sensor into a Probe Module and it is ready for use without special ordering or software configuration.

Change probes without changing the controller. Looking for more options? Digital outputs from the sc make it easy to integrate the controller into an existing hacb.

Hach sc1000 User Manual

Additional advanced communication features include: Advanced communication features include: Available configurations for a single Probe Module include: Change probes without changing the controller. Expandable and Upgradeable The uach controller can adapt to your needs.

Dimensions Probe module with attached display module: Use them in any combination. The sc consists of a Display Module and one or more Probe Modules. Additional analog outputs are available via hacn network connection. The sc Display Module is intuitive, with an easy to use interface and large color touch-screen display that can be used for any number of parameters.