Measuring Free Chlorine in Your Pool: A Step-by-Step Guide

Measuring the free chlorine in your pool is an important part of keeping your pool clean and safe. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get it done.

1. Gather your supplies. You’ll need a pool test kit, a clean container, and a pool brush.

2. Brush the walls and floor of your pool to remove any dirt or debris.

3. Fill the clean container with pool water.

4. Follow the instructions on your pool test kit to measure the free chlorine in the water.

Instrument model FET-8920
Measurement range Instantaneous flow (0~2000)m3/h
Accumulative flow (0~99999999)m3
Flow rate (0.5~5)m/s
Resolution 0.001m3/h
Accuracy level Less than 2.5% RS or 0.025m/s.whichever is the largest
Conductivity >20μS/cm
(4~20)mA output Number of channels Single channel
Technical features Isolated,reversible,adjustable, meter/transmission dual mode
Loop resistance 400Ω(Max), DC 24V
Transmission accuracy ±0.1mA
Control output Number of channels Single channel
Electrical contact Semiconductor photoelectric relay
Load capacity 50mA(Max), DC 30V
Control mode Instantaneous amount upper/lower limit alarm
Digital output RS485(MODBUS protocol ),Impulse output1KHz
Working power Power supply DC 9~28V
source Power Consumption ≤3.0W
  Diameter DN40~DN300(can be customized)
Working environment Temperature:(0~50) ℃; Relative humidity: ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Storage environment Temperature:(-20~60) ℃; Relative humidity: ≤85%RH(none condensation)
Protection grade IP65
Installation method Insertion pipeline installation

5. Compare the results to the recommended levels for your pool.

6. If the free chlorine levels are too low, add chlorine to the pool.

7. Test the water again to make sure the chlorine levels are where they should be.

By following these steps, you can make sure your pool is safe and clean for swimming.

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