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Y504-A Online Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sensor

Post Date:

2019/01/09 17:07:58

Expired Date:

2019/04/09 23:59:59

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Company Info

Shenzhen Week Technology Ltd.
Contact Person: Yan Zhang
Address: 16 Floor, Building #3, Zhongke Mansion, Gaoxin South 1St Rd, Hi-Tech Park, Nanshan
State/Province: GUANGDONG
Country/Region: China (mainland)
Zip/Post Code: 518067


Y504-A Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Description
The sensor is based on optical fluorescence lifetime quenching technique. Its technical procedure meets ASTM D888-09 standard for optical sensing of dissolved oxygen. This online sensor is developed to integrate with Yosemite wireless monitoring system. Its rugged design and large measurement range make it ideal for sampling, flow cell, ground water and waste water measurements.

Y504-A Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Applications
Fish farmer, waste water plant, river, stream, and ocean monitoring

Y504-A Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Feature
• 0-20mg/L or 0-200% Saturation
• 0~50 ℃; IP68 rating
• Membraneless, no electrodes design
• No oxygen consumption
• Flow Independent
• Automatic temperature compensation
• No H2S Interference
• Low Drift, fast response, and more accurate
• Low Maintenance, low operating cost
• Easy sensor cap replacement
• RS-485; MODBUS protocol compatible

Y504-A Dissolved Oxygen Sensor Technical Specifications

Range 0-20mg/L or 0-200% Saturation
Response Time 10 sec
Housing IP Rating IP68
Accuracy 1%
Drift <1% per year
Working Temperature Range 0 ~ 50℃
Temperature Accuracy ±0.2℃
Interface Support RS-485, MODBUS protocols
Construction ¾ inch NPT
Power Requirements DC 6~12V +/-5%,  current <50mA
Sensor OD 26mm
Sensor Length 177.5 mm
Cable Length 10m standard; 5m, 15m, and 30m optional
Calibrations Support one point and two-points calibrations
Sensor Cap Lifetime 1 Year (at normal use)
Body materials POM and Stainless steel

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