Zebra-Tech PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor Hydro-Wiper

Zebra-Tech PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor Hydro-Wiper


The Self-contained Zebra-Tech Hydro-Wiper is a field-proven, high performance wiping system designed for the PONSEL DIGISENS turbidity sensors.


  • Highly effective brush technology for both marine and fresh water
  • Precision on-board clock for accurate wipe interval timing
  • Simple sensor installation and operation with user-replaceable brush
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The Zebra-Tech Hydro-Wiper is a mechanical wiper system designed to fit easily to the PONSEL DIGISENS turbidity sensor. Using a regular gentle brushing action, the Hydro-Wiper keeps the optical window of the sensor clean from bio-fouling and other unwanted deposits such as mud. The Hydro-Wiper reduces the need for costly site visits to manually clean the instrument, maintaining data integrity throughout long deployments.

What's Included:
  • (1) Zebra-Tech PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor Hydro-Wiper self-contained system
  • (1) Field kit
  • (1) Operations manual
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Zebra-Tech PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor Hydro-Wiper W-SC-001-030 Self-contained Hydro-Wiper for PONSEL DIGISENS turbidity sensor, 30m depth rating
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PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor PF-CAP-C-00146 DIGISENS turbidity sensor, 3m cable with Fischer connector
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PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor PF-CAP-C-00147 DIGISENS turbidity sensor, 7m cable with Fischer connector
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PONSEL DIGISENS Turbidity Sensor PF-CAP-C-00165 DIGISENS turbidity sensor, 15m cable with Fischer connector
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Can I use this wiper for other Ponsel Sensors?
No, the PONSEL Turbidity sensor Hydro-Wiper is only intended for use with the PONSEL turbidity sensor. Another Hydro-Wiper model is available for the PONSEL optical dissolved oxygen sensor: http://www.fondriest.com/zebra-tech-ponsel-digisens-dissolved-oxygen-sensor-hydro-wiper.htm. Other PONSEL sensors do not have an optical surface, and thus do not need to be wiped.

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