The Hydrolab Conductivity sensor uses four graphite electrodes in an open cell design to provide extremely accurate and reliable data with virtually no maintenance.
- Design based on four graphite electrodes in an open cell design The probe measures the current between 2 electrodes held at a fixed potential; additional electrodes are used to compensate for any fouling of the electrode surfaces Sensor measurements used to derive Salinity, Total Dissolved Solids, and Resistivity
- Reduces measurement error due to environment – sediment falls to the bottom of the cell, and bubbles rise to the top. Measurements are reliable in any condition. Easily maintained between deployments by cleaning with a Q-tip or cotton swab
± (0.5% of reading + 0.001 mS/cm)