Turner Designs Turbidity Plus Turbidity Sensor

The Turner Designs Turbidity Plus is an accurate turbidity sensor including an integrated wiper which is triggered by the user.

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  • Low power consumption
  • Deployable to 200m depth
  • 0-3000 NTU measurement range
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Turbidity Plus turbidity sensor with integrated wiper
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Female 8-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 5m
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Turbidity Plus is an accurate single-channel turbidity sensor including an integrated wiper which is triggered by the user. It is designed for integration with multi-parameter systems and data loggers from which it receives power and the wiper trigger. Turbidity Plus delivers a voltage output proportional to the turbidity of the sample which can be correlated to nephelometric turbidity unit (NTU) values by calibrating with a standard of known concentration.

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