Pacific Data Systems
presents the GPS Aquameter-200 from Aquaread, a highly sophisticated, yet user-friendly multi-parameter water quality test system.
GPS Aquameter is designed to interface to, and display readings from any one of twelve Aquaread multi-parameter probes in addition to displaying parameters such as atmospheric pressure, latitude, longitude, height above MSL, depth, time and date.
The easy-to-use GPS Aquameter-200 has a simple logging process where the unit can be set to log at regular intervals or the current reading grabbed using the M+ key. Logged data can be recalled on screen by simply hitting the MR key and browsing with the arrow keys.
The custom USB cable and the AquaLink software utility (both supplied as standard) can be used to copy the logged data to the PC. AquaLink can also produce a comprehensive analytical report in a text format, or export the logged data to Microsoft Excel as well as Google Maps and Google Earth, where the readings can be overlaid on either maps or satellite photos.
Aquaprobe multi-parameter sensors are probes available in several versions to cover everything from basic pH testing right through to comprehensive water analysis. Built from high quality marine grade aluminium and stainless steel, these probes can withstand rough treatment in harsh environments.
A key component of the Aquaread water quality testing system, the Aquaprobe features a high speed microprocessor coupled to a multi-channel, 16 bit, high precision analogue to digital converter to allow fast, accurate control and measurement of the data being provided by the individual electrodes.
Each Aquaprobe has a common 3m cable and waterproof plug assembly, knurled body and removable two-part protective sleeve. Extension cables are available in lengths of 5m, 10m and 30m. Every Aquaprobe is delivered fully calibrated and all calibration data is stored on-board the probe, allowing probes and meters to be mixed and matched without any problems.