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Turner Designs Cyclops Explorer PC Interface Tool

Turner Designs Cyclops Explorer PC Interface Tool

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The Cyclops Explorer is a handy tool when using Cyclops-7 Submersible Sensors in the lab.

Features

  • Fixed or Auto Ranging options
  • Graphical and tabular data view
  • Single data point capture for time series analysis of samples
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The Cyclops Explorer is a handy tool when using Cyclops-7 or Cyclops-6K Submersible Sensors in the lab. Plugging directly into the USB port on a computer, the Explorer guides the user through simple GUI controls to analyze samples, determine limits of detection, check instrument stability, or simply become familiar with how to use Cyclops functions.

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