Seametrics DO2 Dissolved Oxygen Logger

Seametrics' DO2 is an optical dissolved oxygen sensor with built-in data logger for unattended DO monitoring applications.

Features

  • Measures dissolved oxygen and temperature
  • Integrated data logger collects over 170,000 records
  • Utilizes fluorescence sensor technology
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Seametrics' DO2 is an optical dissolved oxygen sensor with built-in data logger for unattended DO monitoring applications. Utilizing fluorescence of a stable, immobilized ruthenium-based film matrix, the sensor provides precision optical transmission and detection to measure oxygen concentration in the fluid outside of the sensor. Equipped with integrated data logger and Aqua4Plus software, this sensor provides convenient, high-quality data to the user.

  • Sensor does not require water movement, flow, or frequent cleaning
  • Does not require frequent calibration
  • 1.66″ diameter—fits easily in 2-inch wells
  • RS485 Modbus interface
  • Measures dissolved oxygen and temperature
  • Over 170,000 records in non-volatile memory
  • Fluorescence sensor technology
  • No membranes, fill solutions, replacement caps, or cartridges required
  • Programmable warm-up time—easily set the warm-up time required by your equipment
  • Includes Aqua4Plus control software for setting up flexible recording sequences, retrieving data, monitoring real-time data, and viewing collected data
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