YSI ProQuatro Multi-Parameter Water Quality Meter

The YSI ProQuatro meter measures (sensors sold separately) combinations of DO, conductivity, specific conductance, salinity, resistivity, TDS, pH, ORP, ammonium, nitrate, chloride and temperature.

Features

  • User-replaceable cables and sensors (not included with meter purchase)
  • Real-time salinity compensation of DO measurements
  • Built-in micro USB port for easy data transfer to flash drive
List Price $1,257.00
Starting At $1,194.15
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Overview
The YSI ProQuatro, along with its Quatro cable, allows the use of 4-ports to measure temperature/conductivity, DO, and any two ISEs among pH, ORP, ammonium, chloride, or nitrate creating an extremely powerful handheld multiparameter instrument. Sensors are not included in meter purchases.

Versatile
Connect any Professional Series cable and probe option to the instrument and use the convenient cable management kit to keep everything simple and organized. Cable options range from 1-, 4-, 10-, 20-, and 30-meter choices (up to 100-meters on DO-only cables). Use lab or field probes and switch between the two quickly. The ProQuatro makes an ideal lab BOD instrument with the proven self-stirring BOD probe (EPA Approved). A complete family of accessories also increases the versatility of the YSI ProQuatro. Choose among accessories including carrying cases, flow cells, cable weight, belt clip, tripod, and c-clamp.

Field Durable Features

  • Easy-to-install cable weights; can be daisy-chained for additional weight
  • Rubber, over-molded IP-67 waterproof case (even without the battery cover)
  • 3-year instrument warranty
  • 2-year cable warranty
  • Rugged cables, sensors, and military-spec connectors
  • Drop-tested 1 meter at all angles
  • Scratch-resistant lens; viewable even with polarized glasses
  • Instrument floats
  • Weighted, user-replaceable multi-sensor design

Smart Features

  • 5,000 data set memory
  • Detailed on-screen Help function
  • Interval or single-event logging
  • 50 Data IDs*
  • Password protection
  • Detailed GLP data
  • USB connection also powers the instrument
  • 6-point cal with auto-buffer recognition
Barometer

Range: 375 to 825 mmHg

Accuracy: ±1.5 mmHg from 0 to 50 °C

Resolution: 0.1 mmHg

Cable Options Standard lengths of 1, 4, 10, 20 or 30 meters with single port, dual port or Quatro cables, Lab Cables: BOD sensor includes 2-meter cable; 1 or 4 meters on lab pH, ORP and pH/ORP cables
Certifications RoHS, CE, FCC
Country of Origin Assembled in the USA
Display

Backlit, graphic display

Languages English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
Logging Capabilities Single point or continuous with autostable feature
Memory 5000 datasets; 50 unique data identifiers
Operating Temperature -10 to 60 °C
Power 2 alkaline C-cells provide 80 continuous hours at ambient temperature without backlight; USB power or optional wall power can be supplied via micro USB port
Response Time 2.0 mil PE = 17 seconds and 3 in/sec flow, 1.25 mil PE = 8 seconds and 6 in/sec flow, 1 mil Teflon® = 18 seconds and 12 in/sec flow
Size

8.3 cm width x 21.6 cm length x 2.3 cm depth

(3.25 in. x 8.5 in. x 2.25 in.)

Storage Temperature -20 to 70 °C
USB Built-in micro USB port for on-the-go data exports via direct connection to the included USB stick ; user-upgradeable firmware via USB and website
Warranty

3-year instrument; 2-year cable

Waterproof IP-67 (even with battery cover off); floats
Weight 475 grams (1.05 lbs.) with batteries
  • (1) ProQuatro multi-parameter instrument
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) USB flash drive
  • (2) C-cell batteries
  • (1) Operations manual
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