How Conductivity Sensors Work: Principles and Practice Webinar

Conductivity is a critical parameter in virtually every water quality monitoring application as it correlates to ionic concentration and the purity of water.

In this educational webinar, we will discuss:

  • Why it is important to monitor conductivity,
  • Differences between conductivity, specific conductance, and salinity
  • Conductivity sensor technology and principles of operation,
  •  Real-world practice to demonstrate both the value and limitations of field-deployed conductivity sensors.

Register Now

Join Zack Henderson on August 6, 2019 at 1:00pm (EDT) for the live presentation.

Unable to attend the live webinar? Be sure to register anyway and we will send you the recorded presentation.

Zack Henderson

YSI Assistant Product Manager

Zack Henderson received his Bachelor of Science in International Business from Wright State University in 2009. That same year, he started with Fondriest Environmental in a sales/marketing role before working as an applications engineer and eventually managing the rental and repair of various water quality instruments. Through this experience, Zack developed a deep knowledge of conductivity sensor technology. Since joining YSI/Xylem in 2017 as EMS Assistant Product Manager, Zack has been focused on sustaining and new product development for YSI’s flagship EXO Platform with a heavy focus on the next generation CTD Sonde.

From Cleveland Water Alliance and YSI

The Cleveland Water Alliance and YSI, a Xylem brand, are proud to offer this five-part educational series on in situ sensing technologies for all students of water quality, from undergraduates to professionals.

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Register for each webinar in the series

How Algae Sensors Work

June 11, 2019

1:00pm (EDT)

How Turbidity Sensors Work

July 9, 2019

1:00pm (EDT)

How Conductivity Sensors Work

August 6, 2019

1:00pm (EDT)

How pH & ORP Sensors Work

September 10, 2019

1:00pm (EDT)

How DO Sensors Work

October 8, 2019

1:00pm (EDT)