|Product Name:||Blue Green Algae Sensor||Principle:||Fluorescence Method|
|Measure Range:||0-270, 000 Cells/mL||Resolution:||1 Cells/mL|
|Detection Limit:||300 Cells/mL||Housing Material:||SS316|
|Power Supply:||5~12vdc,current <50mA (when Not Cleaned)||Output Signal:||RS485, MODBUS Protocol|
|IP Grade:||IP68||Deepest Depth:||Underwater 10 Meters|
RS485 Blue Green Algae Sensor System,
SS316 Water Quality Probe,
Online Blue Green Algae Probe
★ Digital sensor, RS-485 output, support MODBUS
★ With automatic cleaning brush to prevent contamination and eliminate air bubbles
★ Direct measurement, simpler than the traditional manual counting method
★ Continuous online monitoring, real-time control of water quality dynamics
|Product name||Blue-green Algae Sensor|
|Range||0-270, 000 cells/mL|
|Detection limit||300 cells/mL|
|temperature range||0~ 50°C|
|Sensor interface||Support RS-485, MODBUS protocol|
|Power information||DC 5~12V, current <50mA|
|Probe cable length||10 meters (default), can be customized|
Applications of blue-green algae sensors:
Blue-green algae sensors are used for monitoring and tracking the presence and dynamics of blue-green algae in natural bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and coastal areas. This helps in assessing the overall water quality and identifying potential HABs.
Drinking Water Source Protection:
Blue-green algae sensors can be deployed in reservoirs and water supply sources to monitor the levels of blue-green algae. Real-time data from these sensors can help water treatment plants to take appropriate measures to ensure safe and clean drinking water.
Recreational Water Safety:
Blue-green algae sensors are useful for monitoring the water quality in swimming areas, beaches, and recreational lakes. By identifying the presence of blue-green algae, timely warnings and advisories can be issued to protect swimmers and other recreational users from potential health risks.
Blue-green algae sensors play a critical role in managing aquaculture facilities, such as fish farms and shrimp ponds. By continuously monitoring blue-green algae levels, aquaculture operators can prevent or mitigate the potential damage caused by HABs to aquatic species and maintain optimal water quality conditions.
Blue-green algae sensors are valuable tools for researchers studying the ecology and dynamics of cyanobacteria blooms. The collected data helps in understanding the factors contributing to the formation and persistence of HABs and their impacts on ecosystems.