YSI EXO Total Algae Sensor

The YSI EXO total algae sensor is a digital smart sensor for helping monitor, mitigate, and manage the impacts of harmful algal blooms.

Features

  • Dual channel sensor
  • Measures and outputs both chlorophyll & blue-green algae
  • Options for ug/L and RFU outputs
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YSI EXO Total Algae Sensor599102-01 EXO freshwater total algae sensor (chlorophyll & phycocyanin)
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YSI EXO Total Algae Sensor 599103-01 EXO saltwater total algae sensor (chlorophyll & phycoerythrin)
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