In-Situ Aqua TROLL 100 Conductivity Logger

The In-Situ Aqua TROLL 100 conductivity logger simultaneously measures and logs temperature and conductivity. It can be used as an autonomous logger or integrated with a remote telemetry system.

Features

  • 4-electrode conductivity cell is less subject to fouling and resists electrical field effects from pumps and well casings
  • Internal batteries guaranteed to last for 5 years when reading every 15 minutes
  • Durable titanium housing resists fouling and safeguards against corrosion, even in the harshest conditions
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In-Situ Aqua TROLL 100 Conductivity Logger0056800 Aqua TROLL 100 conductivity logger
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In-Situ Titanium Twist-Lock Backshell 0051480 Titanium twist-Lock backshell/hanger for non-vented Level TROLL, Aqua TROLL & BaroTROLL loggers
$107.00
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In-Situ Non-Vented Twist Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-03010825 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 25 ft.
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In-Situ 50 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-03010850 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 50 ft.
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In-Situ 100 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030108100 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, Twist-Lock termination, 100 ft.
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In-Situ 200 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030208200 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 200 ft.
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In-Situ 300 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030208300 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, small plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 300 ft.
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In-Situ 400 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030308400 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, large plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 400 ft.
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In-Situ 500 ft. Non-Vented Twist-Lock Cable Assembly 0052000-030308500 Non-Vented Twist-Lock cable assembly with polyurethane jacket, large plastic spool, Twist-Lock termination, 500 ft.
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In-Situ Wireless TROLL Com 0031240 Wireless TROLL Com for Android
$595.00
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In-Situ USB TROLL Com Cable Connect Bundle 0052500 USB TROLL Com cable connect bundle, includes cable-connect communications cable and Win-Situ 5.0 Software CD
$695.00
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In-Situ USB TROLL Com Direct Connect Bundle 0052510 USB TROLL Com direct connect bundle, includes direct-connect programming cable and Win-Situ 5.0 Software CD
$695.00
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In-Situ Flying Lead Cable Adapters 0053310 Flying lead cable adapter, male twist-lock, 3 ft.
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In-Situ Twist-Lock Bulkhead Connector 0053240 Twist-Lock bulkhead connector, male, includes gasket
$295.00
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In-Situ TROLL External Lithium Battery Pack 0051450 TROLL external lithium battery pack, 14.4V
$409.00
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In-Situ TROLL Replaceable Battery Pack 0090000 TROLL replaceable battery pack
$460.00
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In-Situ Power Supply Adapter 0052440 Power supply for use with TROLL Com adapters
$87.00
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In-Situ Aqua TROLL Calibration Cup 0056280 Aqua TROLL calibration cup
$20.00
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In-Situ TROLL Cable Extender 0051490 TROLL cable extender
$215.00
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In-Situ TROLL Shield Antifouling Copper Sensor Guard 0085190 TROLL Shield antifouling copper sensor guard
$105.00
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In-Situ Conductivity Calibration Kits 0032090 Conductivity calibration kit, includes 1L each of DI water, 147 uS, 1413 uS & 12,890 uS standard
$110.00
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In-Situ Low Conductivity Calibration Kit 0032630 Low conductivity calibration kit, includes (2) 1L bottles each of 147 uS & 1413 uS standard
$140.00
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In-Situ High Conductivity Calibration Kit 0032640 High conductivity calibration kit, includes (2) 1L bottles each of 12,890 uS & 58,670 uS standard
$140.00
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In-Situ 147 uS Calibration Solution 0032560 Conductivity calibration solution, 147 uS, 1L bottle
$45.00
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In-Situ 1413 uS Conductivity Solution 0020680 Conductivity calibration solution, 1413 uS, 1L bottle
$45.00
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In-Situ 12,890 uS Conductivity Solution 0020690 Conductivity calibration solution, 12890 uS, 1L bottle
$45.00
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In-Situ 58,670 uS Conductivity Solution 0032580 Conductivity calibration solution, 58,670 uS, 1L bottle
$45.00
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NexSens G2-ISI Water Level & Quality Monitor G2-ISI Cellular water level & quality monitor for In-Situ Level TROLL, Aqua TROLL & RDO sensors
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The In-Situ Aqua TROLL 100 conductivity logger instrument simultaneously measures and logs conductivity and temperature. Conductivity measurements can be used to characterize water quality changes relative to a baseline or to estimate the concentration of contaminants. Instruments are factory-calibrated and validated with NIST-traceable standards.

When used as an autonomous logger, standard logging modes include linear, linear average, and event testing with logging rates as fast as 1 sec. Internal batteries are guaranteed to last for five years at a 15 minute sampling interval. For remote data telemetry applications, the Aqua TROLL 100 also has built-in Modbus RS485, SDI-12, and 4-20mA output communications.

The durable titanium housing resists fouling and safeguards against corrosion, even in the harshest of conditions. The instrument is completely sealed to withstand pressures up to 500 PSI. When used in coastal environments and high-fouling sites, the optional TROLL Shield antifouling system combats biofouling of the Aqua TROLL instrument and its conductivity cell. Reduced sensor fouling extends instrument deployment by up to 6 weeks and improves instrument accuracy and performance. The TROLL Shield antifouling system includes a copper nose cone and coiled copper guard.
  • Temperature
  • Measurement: EPA Method 170.1
  • Range: -20 to 65 C (-4 to 149 F)
  • Resolution: 0.1 C
  • Accuracy: +/-0.1 C
  • Unit of Measure: Celsius or Fahrenheit
  • Conductivity
  • Measurement: EPA Method 120.1; Standard Method 2510
  • Sensor Type: PVC/titanium balanced 4-electrode cell
  • Range: 5 uS/cm to 100,000 uS/cm
  • Resolution: 0.1 uS/cm
  • Accuracy:< 80,000 uS/com: +/-0.5% of reading;> 80,000 uS/cm: +/-1% of reading
  • Supported Parameters
  • Actual Conductivity: 5 to 100,000 uS/cm
  • Specific Conductivity: 5 to 100,000 uS/cm
  • Salinity: 0 to 42 PSU
  • Total Dissolved Solids: 0 to 82 ppt
  • Resistivity: 10 to 200,000 Ohms-cm
  • Density (water salinity): 0.98 to 1.14 g/cm3
  • Logging
  • Memory: 4MB; 380,000 data points
  • Log Types: Linear, Linear Average, Event
  • Maximum Number of Logs: 50
  • Fastest Polling Rate: 1 per second
  • General
  • Operational Temperature Range: -20 to 65 C (-4 to 149 F)
  • Diameter: 0.72" OD (18.3mm)
  • Length: 12.4" (31.5mm)
  • Weight: 1.0 lb (0.5 kg)
  • Output Options: Modbus RS485, SDI-12, 4-20mA
  • Housing: Titanium
  • Pressure Range: 0 to 500 PSI (0 to 1153 ft.)
  • (1) In-Situ Aqua TROLL 100 Conductivity Logger
  • (1) TROLL Cal Cup
  • (1) Conductivity Standard, 12,890 uS/cm
  • (1) Cleaning Swabs
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