The AADI Turbidity sensors detects infra-red light scattered by particles suspended in water. This measurement is known to have a good correlation to the amount of suspended matter in water and can be used to monitor e.g. sediment, algae or particle pollution. The sensor generats an output voltage proportional to the turbidity or suspended solids. The low power consumption makes it ideal for applications where battery drain is a concern.
Other available turbidity sensors:
- Turbidity sensor 4112 fits directly onto the top end plate of the Seaguard® platform. Depth range is 2000m
- Turbidity sensor 4705 fits directly onto the top end plate of the RDCP. Depth range is 2000m
- Turbidity sensor 3612 fits directly onto RCM 9 and RCM 11 as well as the RDCP. Depth range is 2000m
- Turbidity sensor 3712 fits directly onto RCM 9 and RCM 11 as well as the RDCP. May also be used with a datalogger. Depth range is 2000m
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