PME miniWIPER for miniDOT Logger

The miniWIPER is a self-contained, completely submersible wiping device that can be used with a variety of sensors including the miniDOT Logger.

Features

  • Completely submersible to 25m depths
  • Can operate for up to 3-months at 1-hour wipe interval
  • Software is supplied to change the wiping interval and check battery voltage
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PME miniWIPER for miniDOT Logger5950 miniWIPER anti-fouling sensor wiper for miniDOT Logger, includes copper plate
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PME miniWIPER for miniDOT Logger
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miniWIPER anti-fouling sensor wiper for miniDOT Logger, includes copper plate
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PME USB Communication Cable 7286 Communication cable, USB to micro USB
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PME miniDOT Dissolved Oxygen Logger 7450 miniDOT dissolved oxygen & temperature logger
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PME miniDOT Wiper Bracket Attachment 5945 miniDOT bracket attachment for miniWIPER
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PME miniWIPER for miniDOT Logger Maintenance Kit 5980 miniWIPER maintenance kit for miniDOT Logger, includes wrench, timing belt, pulley brush & (2) O-rings
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Communication cable, USB to micro USB
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miniDOT dissolved oxygen & temperature logger
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miniDOT bracket attachment for miniWIPER
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miniWIPER maintenance kit for miniDOT Logger, includes wrench, timing belt, pulley brush & (2) O-rings
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The miniWIPER is a self-contained, completely submersible wiping device that can be used with a variety of sensors including the miniDOT Logger. It can be programmed to wipe at various intervals, and is powered from two AA Lithium batteries. A small brush rotates over the sensor in order to perform a complete wipe of the sensor surface, and then rests away from the sensor to allow for accurate and continuous monitoring. The wiper is used as an anti-fouling device and prevents various organisms from growing on the sensor and interfering with data.

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