• Water Monitoring Probes that Helps Collect the Largest Volume of Data During a Single Visit


Water Monitoring Probes that Helps Collect the Largest Volume of Data During a Single Visit

Jan 20 2013

Multiparameter water monitoring probes help you to collect the largest volume of data during a single visit / deployment and none more so than the AP-5000 Aquaprobe from Aquaread (UK).

This system allows users to capture all of the standard parameters found frequently on portable systems: pH, ORP, EC, Optical DO and Temperature. The AP-5000 houses a depth sensor and allows you to add a further 4 additional parameters, so you can customise your data collection to suit the needs of each specific monitoring job.

Have some clients that require Ammonium and Nitrate monitoring? Or some who want to record Chlorophyll and Blue Green Algae activity? This is not a problem for the AP-5000; you can choose any selection of sensors from our growing range of Optical and Ion Selective Electrodes (ISE), which are easily reconfigurable between deployments.

This probe measures 55mm in diameter and is fully portable within a rugged field carry case. When combined with the GPS Aquameter, which records the precise location of your dataset via built in GPS, this system provides users with the maximum amount of data in a single round of monitoring and remains flexible to cater for a host of differing monitoring requirements.

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