YSI EXO Wiped Conductivity & Temperature Sensor

The YSI EXO wiped conductivity & temperature sensor is designed for the EXO2 sonde with central wiper to reduce cleaning requirements in unattended deployments.


  • Allows for cleaning of entire conductivity cell
  • Save time and money by reducing site visits
  • 0 to 100 mS/cm measurement range
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The YSI EXO wiped conductivity & temperature sensor is designed for the EXO2 sonde with central wiper to reduce cleaning requirements in unattended deployments.

Cost and Time Efficient

  • Save money by reducing the number of site visits each year
  • Lower the cleaning & maintenance requirements for conductivity sensors
  • Spend less time with anti-fouling screens and removing the build-up of hard growth
  • Reduce the need for post-processing data and manually adjusting for fouling-related sensor drift


  • Improve reliability with non-metallic electrodes
  • Avoid stagnant readings and reduce the impact of micro-environments
  • Prevent particulates, algae, barnacles, and trapped gasses from impacting data


  • (1) EXO wiped conductivity & temperature sensor
  • (1) Central wiper brush kit
  • (1) Spacing kit, includes (12) zip ties & (12) wiper o-rings
Questions & Answers
How is this sensor calibrated?
The conductivity sensor should be calibrated in a standard that is higher than the conductivity readings that you intend to measure. The temperature sensor does not require user calibration.
What is the warranty period for this probe?
The warranty is for 2 years.
Does this probe do automatic temperature compensation?
Yes, the wiped conductivity and temperature sensor allows temperature compensation for all parameters.
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