Water quality monitoring

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Water quality monitoring

Water utilities can monitor and track the health of their source water before it reaches the treatment plant with YSI's EXO water-quality monitoring sondes and real-time alerts. Users can configure sondes quickly to move between laboratory and field sites, switching sensors as needed for the different parameters of interest at different sites. Sensors have fast response times for profiling and sampling, and a depth rating of 250 meters for long-term continuous monitoring in drinking water reservoirs and near intake structures.

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