Hach Intellical LDO101 Field Optical DO Sensors

The Hach Intellical LDO101 Field Optical DO Sensors is a digital, luminescent/optical dissolved oxygen (LDO) probe for use with HQ Series meters.

Features

  • Reliably test in the harshest environmental conditions
  • Alerts the user when re-calibration is needed
  • Can be moved between meters without the need to re-calibrate or re-enter measurement settings
Starting At $1,254.00
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Overview
The Hach Intellical LDO101 Field Optical DO Sensor is a digital, luminescent/optical dissolved oxygen (LDO) probe. This rugged DO sensor is built with a stainless steel body, ensuring sufficient weight to the probe for easy outside handling. The sensing part is protected by a shroud, and the connection is ensured by strong and visible yellow cable onto which the depth markers (optional accessories) can be clipped, making the LDO101 rugged models specially designed for field use. The rugged LDO101 is available with a 5, 10, 15, or 30 meters cable.

Applications
The LDO101 is fitted with an automatic pressure sensor module and a temperature sensor. The DO sensing cap comes with an iButton to track days in use and remind the remaining life of the sensing cap element. The LDO101 Rugged is ideal for measuring dissolved oxygen in all types of external environments such as rivers, surface and ground waters, ponds, lakes, sea, wastewater plants, source water, drinking water reservoirs for water quality, and other environmental and treatment process purposes.

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Intellical LDO101 Field Luminescent/Optical Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Sensor, 5m Cable
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LDO10110
Intellical LDO101 Field Luminescent/Optical Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Sensor, 10m Cable
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LDO10115
Intellical LDO101 Field Luminescent/Optical Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Sensor, 15m Cable
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LDO10130
Intellical LDO101 Field Luminescent/Optical Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Sensor, 30m Cable
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