Get the Most From Your Deployment
Nov 13 2012
“Reduce your carbon footprint” is a phrase we hear more and more lately and there are numerous different ways to achieve this. One is to cut out carbon heavy applications, another is focused around reduction. Sometimes, however, reduction or removals are not an option. In these cases it’s all about making sure you get the most from your application.
Multiparameter water monitoring probes help you to collect the largest volume of data during a single visit / deployment; none more so than the AP-2000 Aquaprobe from Aquaread (UK). This system allows users to capture all of the standard parameters found frequently on this kind of small 2” diameter probe (pH, ORP, EC, Optical DO and Temperature), but then it allows you to add further parameters, such as Depth, an ISE sensor such as Ammonium or Nitrate and finally an optical sensor such as Turbidity or Chlorophyll. No other 2” diameter, portable, instrument allows this level of data capture.
This probe, when combined with the GPS Aquameter, which records the precise location of your dataset via built in GPS, provides users with the maximum amount of data in a single round of monitoring. This enables people to get the most from their deployment and potentially reduce their carbon footprint.
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