This probe serves as an utilisator for biological fouling which often happens to the probes. It can be used for a long time and features 6 additional sockets which can be used to add other detectors. In addition, this probe has all the standard functions like optical dissolved O2. This high-quality and extremely efficient device is able to take measurements according to up to 17 parameters simultaneously.
Multiparameter Sonde AQUAREAD AP-7000 Standard Parameters:
- Optical DO
- Specific EC
- Absolute EC
- High level of resistance
- Salty water
6 additional ports are available in this model to add other detectors to the device. They are not in any way restricted, and this lets you set any combination you need.
A wide range of different wire lengths are available, and standard cables feature 3, 10, 20 and 30m lengths.
Multiparameter Sonde AQUAREAD AP-7000 Central Self Cleaning System:
The probe needs minimum service and presence of a human with the help of the self-cleaning system – the rotating brush that will clean all the detectors for several times during the cycle.
Multiparameter Sonde AQUAREAD AP-7000 Logging Options:
You will need a GPS Aquameter for working with this probe, to take all the readings on the spot, attuning your probe detectors and collect data by hand. The embedded GPS shows you location of each data point you collect, and in addition it has a pressure detector, which compensates for atmospheric pressure altering.
This device is specifically engineered to work in tandem with the presented probe. Usual C-cell batteries serve as a source of energy and a great memory capability is able to collect up to 15.000 points of data. In addition, it has a pressure detector, which compensates for atmospheric pressure altering.
The BlackBox data converter
Conversing data is needed to make the information be read in different formats like SDI-12 or Modbus RS485, and this is what Blackbox does. It provides connection with other loggers, telemetry systems or networks. We recommend to use SDI-12, because due to it the sleep mode is possible between the data collecting, which saves a lot of energy.
There are various options in terms of logging:
The GPS Aquameter is always required with any Aquaprobe. It is used for taking spot measurements, logging data manually and for calibrating the probes sensors. Its built in GPS receiver allows it to capture the location of every dataset you record. The GPS Aquameter also features a barometric pressure sensor for auto compensation for changes in air pressure during the deployment.
The AquaLogger is designed to work with the AP-7000. It uses standard C cell batteries to power the system and has a large memory allowing the capture of up to 15,000 datasets. The Aqualogger also features a barometric pressure sensor for auto compensation for changes in air pressure during the deployment.
The BlackBox data converter
The Blackbox is a data converter that transforms our probes output into either SDI-12 or Modbus RS485. This allows you to connect the Aquaprobe to third party logging devices, telemetry systems or existing monitoring networks. SDI-12 is our recommended protocol. It allows the Aquaprobe to effectively go to sleep between readings to reduce power consumption and on the probe waking a clean cycle is initiated prior to taking any readings.
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