In-Situ Aqua TROLL 400 Multi-Parameter Probe

The Aqua TROLL 400 is an all-in-one multi-parameter process probe that measures 12 water parameters.

Features

  • 12 parameters from six sensors
  • Modbus/RS485 or SDI-12 protocols
  • Compact instrument with durable materials
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In-Situ Aqua TROLL 400 Multi-Parameter Probe0088300 Aqua TROLL 400 multi-parameter probe, includes temperature, EC, pH, ORP, DO & pressure sensors
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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 Modbus Sensor Communication Device Kit 0081100 Modbus sensor PC communication device kit, USB
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In-Situ Wireless TROLL Com 0031240 Wireless TROLL Com for Android
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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
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In-Situ Power Supply Adapter 0052440 Power supply for use with TROLL Com adapters
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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 Con TROLL PRO Process Monitor 0093130 Con TROLL PRO process monitor, AC Power with data logger
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In-Situ 0093140 Con TROLL PRO process monitor, DC Power with data logger
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In-Situ Replacement RDO Classic Sensor Cap Kit 0084230 Replacement RDO classic sensor cap kit
$145.00
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In-Situ Replacement pH/ORP Sensor 0060000 Replacement pH/ORP sensor
$614.25
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In-Situ Aqua TROLL 400 Maintenance Kit 0092350 Aqua TROLL 400 maintenance kit
$37.00
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NexSens G2-ISI Water Level & Quality Monitor G2-ISI-VZ4G Water level & quality monitor for In-Situ smart sensors, Verizon 4G LTE cellular telemetry
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The Aqua TROLL 400 is an all-in-one multi-parameter process probe that measures 12 water parameters. The probe contains six water quality sensors housed in a sub-2 inch unit, measuring actual and specific conductivity, salinity, total dissolved solids, resistivity, density, dissolved oxygen, ORP, pH, temperature, water level and water pressure.

Use the Aqua TROLL 400 to monitor remediation programs, mine water, production water, coastal environments, stormwater systems, real-time and long-term monitoring, or other applications.

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