YSI 6025 Chlorophyll Sensor

The YSI 6025 Chlorophyll Sensor can help predict algae blooms and determine the nutrient loading in water.

Features

  • Fast, convenient, in-situ monitoring
  • Self-wiping probe for long-term measurement
  • Small field-replaceable probe design
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Overview
The YSI 6025 Chlorophyll Probe expands YSI's suite of sensors for multi-parameter, water quality monitoring applications. The new probe is designed to estimate phytoplankton concentrations by detecting the fluorescence from chlorophyll in situ. The data can be useful in predicting detrimental algae blooms and, indirectly, in determining nutrient loading in environmental applications. The probe features a mechanical self-wiping capability for long-term monitoring.

Compact
The YSI 6025 Chlorophyll Probe uses technology similar to that used by fluorometers, but the YSI sensor is much smaller, making it compatible with the probe ports in YSI's 6-Series instruments, including the YSI 6600 & 6600 V2 as well as the YSI 6820, 6820 V2, 6920, & 6920 V2. The YSI 6600 V2 sonde allows simultaneous measurement of four optical probes (dissolved oxygen, turbidity, chlorophyll, blue-green algae, and/or rhodamine), along with other parameters. The YSI 6820 V2 and 6920 V2 allow the measurement of two optical probes, along with many other parameters.

Simplified Sampling
Before the new YSI sensor made in situ measurement convenient, the common way to measure chlorophyll was to collect samples and use extractive analysis in a laboratory or take large equipment to the field. Extractive analysis methods, though highly accurate, are time-consuming and require an experienced analyst. The YSI optical, fluorescence probe is quick and efficient to use. The YSI 6025 Chlorophyll Probe enables spot sampling in remote areas as well as continuous or interval monitoring.

  • Range: ~0 to 400 ug/L; 0 to 100 RFU
  • Detection Limit: ~0.1 ug/L
  • Resolution: 0.1 ug/L Chl; 0.1% RFU
  • Linearity: R2> 0.9999
  • Warranty: 2 years
Questions & Answers
How can I ensure that I'm getting the most stable readings during an unattended study?

During unattended studies, the stability can be improved by increasing sampling frequency. To change the frequency settings, Go to Advanced Menus-->data filter-->frequency-->time constants and change the time constant to 30 seconds.

Should I use the wiper during calibration?

Yes, the wiper should be run at least once during calibration. The calibration reading should not be accepted until at least 30 seconds after a wipe.

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