YSI EXO Handheld Display

The YSI EXO Handheld allows users to log real-time data, calibrate sensors, setup sondes for deployment, and transfer water quality data to a PC.


  • Quickly transfer collected data sets and calibration records to a USB flash drive
  • Integrated GPS with site tagging for up to 100 locations
  • Long-life Li-Ion battery eliminates the need for alkaline batteries
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YSI EXO Handheld Display

The YSI EXO Handheld is designed and engineered as a dedicated interface to EXO sondes. Log real-time data, calibrate sensors, set up sondes for deployment, and transfer water quality data to a PC with this feature-packed device. Designed for reliable field use in challenging environmental conditions, this display features a waterproof IP-67, impact-resistant case and wet-mate connector.


  • Ergonomic and lightweight device for sampling and profiling
  • Simplified user interface and integrated help screens
  • Automatic calibration reminders based on standard operating procedures
  • Georeferenced data set using GPS and site tagging functionality for up to 100 locations
  • Transfer collected data sets and calibration records to a USB flash drive with the push of a button
  • Powerful rechargeable Li-Ion battery
  • (1) EXO handheld
  • (1) Micro USB cable
  • (1) USB female to micro USB male adapter
  • (1) AC power supply
Questions & Answers
Does the battery in the handheld power the EXO sonde as well?
Yes, the rechargeable batteries will provide power to both the handheld display and a sonde with (4) sensors, for about 20 hours.
Is there a barometer option with the EXO handheld display?
An internal barometer is included standard with all EXO handheld displays. This is used during dissolved oxygen calibrations.
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