|Product Name:||Fiber Optic Chlorophyll Sensor||Principle:||Fluorescence Method|
|Measure Range:||0-400 Ug/L||Resolution:||0.1ug/l|
|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|
Digital Chlorophyll Sensor Probe,
RS485 Self Cleaning Chlorophyll Sensor,
Water Digital Chlorophyll Probe
A chlorophyll sensor is a device that is specifically designed to measure the concentration of chlorophyll in a sample. Chlorophyll is a pigment found in plants, algae, and cyanobacteria that plays a crucial role in photosynthesis. By measuring the concentration of chlorophyll, scientists can gain insights into the health and productivity of photosynthetic organisms, as well as the overall environmental conditions. Chlorophyll sensors are widely used in various fields, including environmental monitoring, oceanography, limnology, agriculture, and aquaculture, to assess the productivity, health, and composition of photosynthetic organisms in different ecosystems.
The fiber-optic chlorophyll sensor adopts the principle of the fluorescence method. According to the spectral absorption characteristics of chlorophyll a, the water body is irradiated by a high-energy LED light source, and the chlorophyll a in the water body is excited to generate fluorescence of a specific wavelength, and the concentration of chlorophyll a in the water is measured. The sensor's fiber-optic structure provides excellent repeatability and stability and is less susceptible to ambient light. With automatic cleaning, the brush eliminates air bubbles, reduces the impact of contamination on the measurement, makes the maintenance cycle longer, and maintains excellent stability for long-term online use.