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A Quick Guide to Cleaning Your miniDOT Logger
You placed your loggers in water to record accurate data, which will assist you in your research. Make certain you don’t let fouling tamper with the data you collect. We suggest cleaning your loggers at regular intervals based on the amount of fouling at your site. Typically, anti-fouling efforts can fall into three categories: prevention, mechanical cleaning, and chemical cleaning. To ...
miniDOT Loggers Solve the Case of the Disappearing Jellyfish
Jellyfish Lake in Palau is famous as a place to swim with jellyfish. This is possible because the jellyfish in this particular lake have reduced pneumatocysts, which means they are unable to sting ...
BD|SENSORS exhibits its extensive range of products at the HMI Hall 11 Stand C51
The digitization of industrial processes marches on inexorably. Intelligent sensor levels to provide digitally controlled applications with data is essential in this environment. BD|SENSORS is a manufacturer of electronic pressure sensor systems ...
Trends in pressure and level measurement technology: From an allrounder to a “customised” pressure transmitter
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Equipment & Solutions
Submersible Water Logger for Measuring Dissolved Oxygen
The miniDOT logger is a completely submersible instrument that logs dissolved oxygen and temperature measurements. The oxygen sensor is an optode that measures dissolved oxygen concentration in water through a fluorescence method. Data are recorded to an internal SD card. Operation of the miniDOT logger such as setting the time and sample interval can be accomplished via the USB cable.