XCH-TRB-A3000-02W

AML Oceanographic Turbidity Xchange Sensor

AML Oceanographic Turbidity Xchange Sensor

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The Turbidity Xchange Sensor features an integrated wiper with 0-3000 NTU measurement range for high accuracy in demanding conditions.

Features

  • Sensor is designed for integration on Micro-X Single Parameter Instrument
  • Integrated wiper reduces maintenance in long-term monitoring applications
  • Accuracy of +/-2% of reading or 0.2 NTU, whichever is greater
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Eliminating the need for multiple sensors to accommodate large variation in turbidity, the Turbidity Xchange automatically adjusts to the appropriate range while in operation. As a result, high accuracy is achieved over the entire 0-3000 NTU range. The sensor features an integrated wiper for long-term deployments in sediment rich areas.

Sensor accuracy is quoted as a percentage of reading. A sensor measuring 900 NTU is accurate to +/-18 NTU, while measuring 500 NTU it is accurate to +/- 10 NTU, based on its +/- 2% specification. As the measurement nears 0 NTU, the accuracy specification also includes a floor. For example, the same sensor measuring at or below 1 NTU would have an error of +/- 0.2 NTU.

Turbidity Xchange is a field-swappable turbidity sensor. Each sensor-head contains embedded electronics where calibration coefficients are stored. Sensor-heads can be moved from instrument to instrument without impacting field accuracy.

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