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.

Sponsored by Anritsu Company

New VNA technologies enable mmWave broadband testing to 220 GHz, helping researchers and engineers to overcome test challenges and simplify mmWave testing.

Application development in the mmWave frequencies is growing. Broadband testing over hundreds of GHz of bandwidth is subject to repeatability/accuracy deficits, and engineers demand solutions to help overcome challenges and simplify mmWave testing.


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.

Suggested Articles

Video "experience" service by Revl doesn’t rely on an AI chip

Nvidia saw its stock drop by 16% from its high a week ago

AMD and Nvidia saw 6% drop, joining long list of losers