Wireless Water Monitor Goes Long And Short Term

In-Situ’s Aqua TROLL 500 is described as a cost-effective multiprobe water monitor that’s suitable for both spot checks and long-term monitoring. The wireless-enabled instrument promises to streamline data collection, saving hours in the field while delivering more reliable data.

 

Auto-configuration and fast sensor response speed up sampling, while automated data collection eliminates the need to record data in field logs. In-Situ’s VuSitu Mobile App records data directly from the probe to your mobile device when using the instrument as a handheld. For long-term monitoring, the HydroVu platform provides 24/7 online data access. Whether a project requires short-term or long-term monitoring, the Aqua TROLL is the multiprobe for the job.

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The sonde is designed with ultra-stable, interchangeable wet-mateable sensors, for lower total cost of ownership. A unique anti-fouling wiper and corrosion-resistant housing help protect data quality in harsh conditions, with simplified calibration and setup to minimize user error. The Aqua TROLL 500 works in a wide range of applications such as surface water spot sampling and profiling, remote monitoring via telemetry, long-term drinking water, wastewater or stormwater monitoring, aquaculture and for wired or wireless water quality networks.

 

For specs and spools, take a gander at the Aqua TROLL datasheet and/or call In-Situ at 1-800-446-7488.

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