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MAX Multiparameter Water Quality Monitoring Sonde

MAX Multiparameter Water Quality Monitoring Sonde
RS485 Communication. All-in-One Solution.
■ pH ■ ORP ■ Conductivity ■ Dissolved Oxygen ■ Turbidity ■ SS ■ ORP ■ Chlorophy II a ■ BGA ■ CDOM ■ Nitrate ■ Ammonium ■ Chloride ■ Potassium ■ Depth ■ Pressure ■ Temperature

The MAX series are compact-sized, simple and cost-effective multiparameter water quality monitoring sonde. It is easy to be deployed in groundwater, sewer and surface water to monitor multiple water quality parameters such as conductivity, pH, dissolved Oxygen, turbidity, total suspended solids, chlorophyll a, blue-green algae, CDOM/fDOM, level, temperature....etc. With robust IP68 water submersible enclosure, the product is perfectly used in many applications such as groundwater quifer characterization,sewer system, construction and mine, drilling and well, coastal estuaries and wetlands, lake and reservoir.
Groundwater Aquifer Stormwater and Drainage Construction and Mine Drilling and Well Coastal Estuaries and Wetlands Lake and Reservoir
 Features 
  • Simultaneously Monitoring Multiple Parameters, including pH, ORP, Conductivity, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, Total Suspended Solids, ChlorophyII a, Blue-Green Algae, CDOM/fDOM, Level, Temperature
  • Ruged sub-2" design make it perfect for groundwater , well, mining and sewer monitoring
  • Direct Measurement in the Media, No Sampling and Pre-treatment
  • Online Real-time, Continuous Measurement
  • Auti-fouling Automatic Wiper, Almost No Maintenance
  • Ultra Low Power Consumption, Ideal for Outdoor Applications
  • Robust IP68 Enclosure, Continuous Submersible to 100 m of Water
  • Standard Modbus R TU Communication Protocol
 Specifications
Power 3.6~12 V DC, 1 A
Interface 19,200 bps, 8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
Environmental Operating 0 to 85 °C
Protection IP68 (submersion at 100 m depth
Housing Material SS316L; Titanium (optional)
Dimensions MAX1: Φ 47x328 (H) mm; MAX2: Φ 75x365 (H) mm
Weight MAX1: 1.5 Kg ; MAX2: 2.5 Kg
 Ordering
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