Conductivity Monitoring Equipment in Rhode Island

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Geonics - Model EM-38 - Ground Conductivity Meter

by Exploration Instruments, LLC

For any one measurement, the standard EM38 provides measurements of either the quad-phase (conductivity) or in-phase (magnetic susceptibility) component data, as selected by the operator. The instrument can be rotated to collect data in either the horizontal or vertical dipole mode.

Geonics - Model EM-31 MKII - Ground Conductivity Meter

by Exploration Instruments, LLC

The EM31-MK2 is a reconfigured version of the standard EM31 with the data logger now incorporated into the control console. Ground conductivity and in-phase measurements are read directly from the data logger screen. The data logger is readily removed from the console for easy data handling or, if preferred hand carried during the survey.

Model DJS-1 - Conductivity Electrode

by Shanghai Ruosull Technology Co Ltd

K=1 Conductivity Electrode with glass body 2 cells platinum plates with black Pt. or bright Pt. choice Suitable for application in laboratory and in field. Cell Materia Glass/Pt, Cell Constant (cm-1) 1±0.1, Dimensions(mm) Φ12x150.

Model C7685 - Conductivity Controller

by Automated Water & Effluent Ltd (AWE)

C7685 Microprocessor conductivity controller panel mounting, ranges 0 - 200.0μS, 0 - 2000μS 0 - 20.00μS or 0 - 20.00mS, user selectable or auto ranging. Automatic temperature compensation with user selectable base temperature and adjustable temperature coefficient from 0 - 5%/°C. Two control relays selectable for Hi-Lo, Lo-Lo or Hi-Hi ...

Model C7685W-K - Conductivity Controller

by Automated Water & Effluent Ltd (AWE)

C7685W-K Conductivity controller with 2 set points, alarm relay delay timers & isolated output.Manual or auto ranging from 0-20, 0-200 or0-2000 mS, automatic temperature compensation with user selectable base temperature and adjustable temperature coefficient from 0 - 5%/°C. Programmable concentration range in either %, mg/L or ...

Model AS Series - Conductivity Sensors

by Water Analytics Inc

The new AS series builds upon the success of the MS series to represent a new level of performance and cost. These probes feature your choice of 316 stainless steel or graphite electrodes, Noryl shells and encapsulated interiors that will satisfy just about any industrial, power plant or laboratory application. This technology, insures that, with ...

Model 86553 - Conductivity

by AZ Instrument Corp.

Programmable printing benchtop conductivity with temp. & real time clock stamped, Easy & convenient to operate printing condition by pressing buttons on the unit, Powered by batteries for portable around or adaptor for continuously long time using, Super large lcd multi-display!, Available either left or right side electrode stand ...

Geonics - Model EM-38 B - With Real-time Conductivity and In-phase Logging

by Exploration Instruments, LLC

For any one measurement, the standard EM38 provides measurements of either quad-phase (conductivity) or in-phase (magnetic susceptibility) component data, as selected by the operator. Comparatively, the EM38B provides simultaneous measurement of both phase components, at all times (just like an EM31). For survey

Juniper Archer - Model Geonics EM-31 - Ground Conductivity Meter

by Exploration Instruments, LLC

The EM31 maps geological variations, groundwater contaminants or any subsurface feature associated with changes in the ground conductivity using a patented electromagnetic inductive technique that makes the measurements without electrodes or ground contact. With this inductive method, surveys can be carried out under most geological conditions ...

Dakota - Electrical Conductivity (EC)

by Dakota Technologies, Inc.

Dakota Technologies is pleased to announce the availability of our Electrical Conductivity (EC) instrument, a complimentary module for UVOST, TarGOST, and Soil Color (SCOST). Different soil types will conduct electricity differently depending on particle size and mineralogy. For example, clays generally will have high conductivity while gravels ...

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