Used Turner Designs Cyclops-7 CDOM Sensor

The Cyclops-7 colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) sensor is a high performance and compact fluorometer designed for integration into any platform that supplies power and data logging.

Features

  • Interfaces easily with most data collection platforms using 0-5 VDC output
  • Very low power consumption allows for extended remote deployments
  • Includes 90-day warranty through Fondriest Environmental
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Used Turner Designs Cyclops-7 CDOM Sensor2100-000-U-R Used Cyclops-7 colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) sensor, stainless steel housing
$1,635.00
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR Shade Cap 2100-701 Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR shade cap, metal housing
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Turner Designs Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR UV Solid Secondary Standard 2100-904 Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR UV solid secondary standard (for crude oil, CDOM, refined fuels, tryptophan and optical brighteners only), metal housing
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NexSens MCIL Female Cable Assemblies MCIL-6-FS-1 Female 6-pin wet mateable cable assembly with locking sleeve, 1m
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PME Cyclops-7 Logger 7400 Interchangeable Cyclops-7 Logger (sensor sold separately)
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Zebra-Tech Turner Designs Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR Hydro-Wiper TUR-01-SC-30 Self-contained Hydro-Wiper for Turner Designs Cyclops-7/C-FLUOR sensor with metal/Delrin body, 30m depth rating
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