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  14.12.2018 Wetter Ostsee

YSI-6600 V2-4

 

The 6600 V2-4 is the workhorse of YSI. Rijkswaterstaat, which is the governmental water authority in The Netherlands, has standardised on this sonde. They are using over 30 off these instruments to monitor the surface water in big lakes and rivers in The Netherlands. Some of them are equipped with PAR sensors.

The 6600 V2-4 measures, pH, Temperature, Depth, Conductivity and can also measures the optical parameters: dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, and blue-green algae simultaneously.

Additional calculated parameters include total dissolved solids, resistivity, and specific conductance. There is a special antifouling kit available for improved reliability during extended deployments.

Features:

    • Self-cleaning optical sensors with integrated wipers remove biofouling and
      maintain high data accuracy
    • Field-replaceable sensors make trips to the field quick
    • Optimal power management and built-in battery compartment extends in situ
       monitoring periods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YSI-6820 V2

 

The YSI 6820 V2 is a cost-effective rugged sonde for profiling and spot-checking in rivers, lakes, wetlands, wells, estuaries, and coastal waters. It can measure pH, Temperature, Depth, Conductivity and can also measures two of the available optical parameters: dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, or blue-green algae simultaneously.

Additional calculated parameters include total dissolved solids, resistivity, and specific conductance. There is a special antifouling kit available for improved reliability during extended deployments.

Features:

    • Self-cleaning optical sensors with integrated wipers remove biofouling and
      maintain high data accuracy
    • Field-replaceable sensors make trips to the field quick
    • Optimal power management and built-in battery compartment extends in situ
      monitoring periods