This is a set of videos covering firstly general use of the TPS systems with particular reference to the TPS 90FL-T, then the calibration procedures of each of the sensors including some comments about their operation and storage etc. and finally a short description of datalogging using the FLT-90. The WP-80, WP-82Y, WP84 and WP-88 are all also referenced.
Please note for remote/continuous logging the instrument draws around 100 mAhr therefore a 2.4 Ahr battery will last 24 hr. One week would require 16.8 AHr.
The TechRentals supplied TPS 90FL-Ts are not normally supplied with an external battery for long term logging. If you need to do long term logging an appropriate accessory would be the TR 12V-BAT-CIG... One of these would power the FLT-90 for over a week.
The calibration cycle for the instrument is a function of the water being tested, so logged measurements need to be monitored for drift etc. The life expectancy of the membrane of the DO sensor would mean a 1 month calibration cycle would be appropriate when the instrument is left in-situ continuously logging. The calibration cycle could be increased as more experience of site conditions were obtained.
Introduction to the TPS 90FL-T Multi-parameter Water Quality Logger
Conducting PH Calibration with TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments
Conducting Conductivity and TDS Calibration with TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments
Conducting Dissolved Oxygen Calibration with TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments
Conducting Turbidity Calibration Procedure with TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments
Conducting OPR Calibration Procedure with TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments
Setting Up TPS 90FL-T Water Quality Instruments to Perform Data Log Readings