|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|
Online Continuous Blue Green Algae Sensor,
Water Quality Blue Green Algae Sensor,
SS316 Blue Green Algae Digital Sensor
Features of blue-green algae sensors
Blue-green algae sensors often incorporate fluorometers, which use fluorescence to measure the concentration of blue-green algae. Fluorometers emit light at a specific wavelength, and when blue-green algae are present, they emit fluorescence that can be detected and quantified. This allows for accurate and sensitive measurements of algal biomass.
Some blue-green algae sensors use multiple wavelengths to analyze the composition of the water and distinguish between different types of algae. By analyzing the absorption and reflection of light at different wavelengths, these sensors can provide detailed and specific information about blue-green algae.
Remote Sensing Capabilities:
Blue-green algae sensors can be equipped with remote sensing capabilities, allowing for monitoring over a large area. This can be done using satellite imagery or other remote sensing technologies, enabling the detection of blue-green algae blooms in vast water bodies such as lakes or reservoirs.
Data Logging and Wireless Transmission:
Blue-green algae sensors often have data logging capabilities, allowing them to store measurements over time. They can also transmit data wirelessly, enabling real-time monitoring and remote access to the information. This feature ensures that the data collected is readily available for analysis and decision-making.
Integration with Water Monitoring Systems:
Blue-green algae sensors can be integrated into existing water monitoring systems or networks. This integration allows for seamless data collection, sharing, and analysis, providing a comprehensive understanding of the water quality and minimizing the effort required for monitoring.
Many blue-green algae sensors are designed for autonomous operation, meaning they can be deployed and left unattended for extended periods. This reduces the need for frequent human intervention, making them suitable for long-term monitoring applications.
Robust and Durable Construction:
Blue-green algae sensors are typically built to withstand harsh environmental conditions, such as immersion in water, varying temperatures, and exposure to sunlight. They are often made with corrosion-resistant materials to ensure long-term reliability and durability in the field.
★ 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|