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How YSI Sensors Work for in-situ Water Testing

By Joana Bernardo on Tue 29 October 2019

Watch a webinar series, made in partnership with Cleveland Water Alliance, covering the principles and practices in water quality monitoring, regarding YSI's Algae, Turbidity, Conductivity, pH & ORP, as well as Dissolved Oxygen sensors.

The Cleveland Water Alliance and YSI, a Xylem brand, created a 5-part educational webinar series on sensing technologies, for everyone working with water quality monitoring, from students and undergraduates to professionals.

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The series covered the principles and practices of water quality monitoring, focusing each session on a different parameter: Algae, Turbidity, Conductivity, pH, Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP), and Dissolved Oxygen.

In each webinar, an expert from YSI described why and what it is important to monitor for each parameter, how monitoring technologies for that parameter have evolved, and the underlying principles of how they work.

Also, real-world examples were presented, to showcase how each sensor type operates in practice, revealing benefits or limitations that all users should understand and be aware of.


Couldn’t attend the live presentations? No problem!


The live webinar series has now ended but you can still watch the recordings to learn more about how each different sensor works. Simply click the one you are interested in, to see the recording on the YSI website.

How Algae Sensors Work | June 11, 2019

How Turbidity Sensors Work | July 9, 2019

How Conductivity Sensors Work | August 6, 2019

How pH & ORP Sensors Work | September 10, 2019

How DO Sensors Work | October 8, 2019

Would you like to know more information regarding the YSI Sensors we have available? Be sure to check out our website or contact our Sales Team. We will be happy to help you with your queries.




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