EXO1 Water Quality Sonde
The EXO1 multiparameter water quality sonde collects data with up to four user-replaceable smart sensors and an integral pressure transducer for depth.
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The EXO1 water quality sonde is a new YSI multiparameter instrument that collects data with up to four user-replaceable sensors and an integral pressure transducer for depth.
Smart Ports: Each sensor port on the sonde accepts any EXO water quality sensor and automatically recognizes it.
Data Collection Options:
For a list of EXO instruments, accessories, and replacement parts, browse EXOwater.com/accessories.
For information on preventive maintenance and repair programs, read the EXO Service Plan flyer.
EXO2 Water Quality Sonde
|The EXO1 with|
|Medium||Fresh, sea or polluted water|
|-5 to +50°C
-20 to +80°C
Bluetooth wireless technology; USB cable
Length, no depth
1.85 in, 4.70 cm
25.50 in, 64.77 cm
1.42 kg, 3.15 lbs (batteries and sensors installed)
|9 to 16.5 V DC
2 D-size alkaline batteries
Memory 512 MB; >1,000,000 logged readings
Ratings CE, UL, RoHS, WEEE
Learn how to easily conduct continuous water quality monitoring in real-time by using two new powerful tools: EXO & STORM.
This informative web presentation discusses:
The EXO + STORM solution makes it easy to do real-time continuous monitoring and share your data via the web. You can set up this plug-and-play solution in under 30 minutes.
Our presenters have years of real-world field experience and will provide examples of actual water quality monitoring stations that have implemented the EXO + STORM solution.
This webinar will discuss the sensor technology, practical-use applications, and calibration of the EXO Total Algae Sensor from YSI.
1. Why measuring Chlorophyll & Blue-green Algae (cyanobacteria) together is useful for an accurate estimate of total algae biomass
2. Total Algae Sensor technology
3. Applications for total algae measurements:
o Eutrophication of surface water
o Coastal algae blooms
o Drinking water reservoirs
4. Interferences with TAL sensor
5. Calibration and correlation to lab samples
Listen to an informative webinar about measuring dissolved organic matter in surface water using YSI's newest smart sensor, fDOM.
We discuss topics including:
• What is fDOM?
• How does field fDOM measurement work?
- Details on YSI's EXO fDOM sensor
• Applications for fDOM measurement with EXO, including:
- Augmented sensor suite for enhanced ecosystem monitoring
- Proxy for DOM/DOC/TOC, land-derived nutrients and contaminants
- Light attenuation and primary productivity studies
• Interpreting fDOM data and interferences
• Benefits of combining fDOM with other water quality sensors
Water quality assessment has moved steadily from spot sampling to continuous monitoring---requiring tougher instruments, smarter sensors, and greater ease-of-use in the collection and transmission of data from remote sites.
Breaking onto the scene is the new EXO technology for long-term environmental monitoring from YSI. In this 45-minute web seminar, you will learn about:
. Reducing Operations and Maintenance Costs with quicker calibration procedures using Bluetooth wireless communication, smart sensors that retain their calibration metadata, and concurrent calibrations with a single reagent pour.
. Longer Deployment Times with rugged, industry-leading materials and advancements in biofouling protection.
. Increased Data Quality with intelligent sensor technology and smart QC.
. Greater Monitoring Flexibility with universal sensor ports and enhanced sampling modes.
Learn why now is the right time to consider the EXO platform as a way to break free from traditional data sondes.
Who should attend?
Those dedicated to monitoring natural aquatic environments, such as oceans, estuaries, rivers, lakes, and ground water.