YSI ODO RTU Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

The YSI ODO RTU utilizes the most advanced DO technology with RS-485 Modbus output for aquaculture, hydroelectric, and many more dissolved oxygen monitoring applications.

Features

  • Highly-accurate ODO sensor technology with no stirring
  • Optional conductivity sensor for automatic salinity compensation
  • 2-year cable and probe warranty with user-replaceable DO cap
List Price $808.75
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Overview
The YSI ODO RTU utilizes the most advanced DO technology with RS-485 Modbus output for aquaculture, hydroelectric, and many more dissolved oxygen monitoring applications.

Mechanics
ODO RTU utilizes the most advanced DO technology and can be connected anywhere without the need for special connectors. Additional inputs for barometric pressure and salinity are used to accurately calculate the DO% and mg/L. ODO RTU is also available with built-in conductivity measurement to automatically compensate for salinity.

Questions & Answers
Can the YSI ODO RTU Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor interface with data loggers?
Yes, the YSI ODO RTU is configured with native Modbus output (RS485) and will interface with many data logging platforms.
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