Probe With Great Performance, Accurate Measurements and Reduced downtime
Feb 07 2018 Read 617 Times
The AP-7000 have proven its great performance and reliability in actual deployments by our customers in various application like surface water, aquaculture and etc. Its effective self-cleaning wiper system ensures accurate measurements and reduces downtime due to fouling of the sensors. The rugged construction with Marine Grade Aluminium material allows the probe to be used in fresh water or seawater applications. In additional, given the number of parameters it measures while having merely a dimension of 440(L) x 77(Dia) mm and 1350g weight, it makes it easy to be carried around or deployed.
Other than the standard parameters ranging from pH/ORP, Optical dissolved oxygen, conductivity, salinity, temperature and depth, it allows flexible customisation for any of our range of Ion Selective Electrode (ISE) or Optical Sensors, namely but not limited to Ammonium, Nitrate, Chlorophyll, Blue Green Algae, Tryptophan, Oil-in-water, CDOM and etc.
Don’t require that many parameters or looking for a simpler system? Consider other models that we have like the Aquaplus, AP-700/800, AP-2000 and AP-5000 as well! Contact us or visit our website to find out more information!
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