YSI ProSample P Portable Samplers

The YSI ProSample P features a proprietary peristaltic pump for highly accurate sampling in applications such as surface water, stormwater, and wastewater.


  • Flexible connectivity options, including analog, digital, and SDI-12
  • High sample volume accuracy using proprietary peristaltic pump
  • Simple interface stores up to 12 user-defined programs
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The YSI ProSample P features a proprietary peristaltic pump for highly accurate sampling in surface water, stormwater, and wastewater applications. With multiple samplers to choose from and the ability to sample based on time, analog signal, digital pulse, and/or measurements from an SDI-12 device (P-12 and PM-12 models only), the ProSample can be the final piece of a monitoring installation.

  • (1) Suction hose with screw connection and sinker weight, 5m
  • (2) Peristaltic pump tubes
  • (1) Battery
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) ProSample Getting Started Guide
  • Note: Select bottle set and distributor arm for complete system.
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