I forgot to mention that YosemiTech also makes a multi-parameter sonde with an optional wiper. https://www.yosemitech.com/en/product-20.html
This is an approach to having a wiper on the DO probe, as none of the stand-alone DO probes have a wiper (unlike Turbidity, Chlorophyl and Blue-Green Algal stand-alone sensors, which have models with built-in…[Read more]
I highly recommend the YosemiTech DO sensors, which use optical sensing technology for long-term stability. https://www.yosemitech.com/en/product-cat-11.html
They use Modbus communication and can be user-calibrated. Here are their two main models (the Y505 is new and not on their website).
Y504 (standard model):
~$650 each (plus shipping plus…
You might want to check out Atlas Scientific DO sensors (https://www.atlas-scientific.com/product_pages/kits/do_kit.html). They are galvanic probes that are cheap and fairly accurate (+- 0.05 mg/l), but they do require a fair bit of effort to piece together. You would need the DO kit (previous link, $280), an isolated carrier board ($40, https://w…[Read more]
The following is an excerpt from “A digital Mayfly swarm is emerging,” originally published as a project update in Eos. Read the full article on stroudcenter.org or access it on the Eos website.
A Digital May […]
I’m working with a watershed groups located in a watershed with intense CAFO activity. They are interested in monitoring DO continuously using the Mayfly EnviroDIY Monitoring Station. I was recommended the Zebra-Tech Optical DO sensor which costs nearly 3500. I’m sure this is a great sensor but is a little expensive for this group. Any…[Read more]
The driver sketch is from here: https://www.envirodiy.org/mayfly/software/ultrasonic-sensor/
However, I got an error showing in the attached image, anyone know how to solve it? Thanks!
For small orders, we only sell through our Amazon storefront. But since you need a large order, it’s best to contact us directly to see what we can do for you. You can send me an email at email@example.com and we can continue the discussion there.
What is the best way to buy 20-25 of your loggers and wing shields?
Looks like I could buy on Amazon, but I thought I might reach out to see if there is a better way.
Shannon Hicks replied to the topic Attaching a Campbell Scientific OBS3+ turbidity sensor to Mayfly in the forum Mayfly Data Logger 4 weeks ago
The Grove 6-pin screw terminal adapter board is now available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PVKQVH8
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