Hydromet Launches new HYDROLAB HL7 Water Quality Sonde

OTT Hydromet introduces the HYDROLAB HL7 multiparameter sonde for continuous monitoring of 9 key water quality parameters in open natural waters. This new multi-parameter probe maximizes deployment life, minimizes maintenance and provides traceable data you can trust.

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The HYDROLAB HL7 includes intuitive software for unmatched usability, exceptional power performance and proven sensor options, all delivering high data quality and reliability.

Learn More about the new Hydrolab HL7 Sonde – click here

HYDROLAB water quality instruments and software help environmental scientists monitor the increasingly important changes in our water resources even in the harshest conditions. The sonde, when utilized with the central cleaning brush is ideal for long term deployments prone to bio fouling such as in lakes, rivers, wetlands and estuaries.

“The HYDROLAB HL7 represents a smarter and more sophisticated water quality sonde”, said Ronan O’Maitiu, OTT Hydromet’s Water Quality Product Manager. “Matching a strong sensor heritage with intensive development and testing produced massive gains in deployment options and great functionality all streamlined into intuitive software.”

Learn More about the new Hydrolab HL7 Sonde – click here

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