In-Situ smarTROLL RDO Handheld Dissolved Oxygen Probe

The smarTROLL RDO Handheld probe merges smartphone mobility with innovative, reliable optical dissolved oxygen technology.

Features

  • Smartphone mobility
  • Site tagging with photos and GPS coordinates
  • Email and share water quality data easily
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In-Situ smarTROLL RDO Handheld Dissolved Oxygen Probe0099330 smarTROLL RDO handheld dissolved oxygen probe
$650.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Cable Assemblies 0099120 smarTROLL cable assembly, 5 ft.
$155.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Cable Assemblies 0099130 smarTROLL cable assembly, 15 ft.
$205.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Cable Assemblies 0099140 smarTROLL cable assembly, 30 ft.
$280.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Cable Assemblies 0099150 smarTROLL cable assembly, 100 ft.
$480.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Cable Assemblies 0099280 smarTROLL cable assembly, 250 ft.
$750.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL iOS Battery Pack 0099110 smarTROLL battery pack for iOS
$765.00
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In-Situ smarTROLL Android Power Pack 0031230 smarTROLL Power Pack for Android
$765.00
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The smarTROLL RDO Handheld system merges smartphone mobility with innovative, reliable optical dissolved oxygen technology. View and email real-time data on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad devices. Share data easily. Use photos and GPS coordinates to tag site locations. The smarTROLL Rugged Dissolved Oxygen (RDO) Handheld Probe simultaneously measures the following parameters:

 

  • Dissolved oxygen
  • Water temperature
  • Air temperature
  • Barometric pressure
  • (1) Probe with temp & RDO
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • Note: Battery pack, cable, and iPod Touch purchased separately. iSitu app must be purchased through the Apple iTunes store.
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