Chlorophyll Blue-green Algae Detector


Water quality chlorophyll and blue-green algae detector can effectively monitor the content of chlorophyll and blue-green algae in water. It is suitable for sewage treatment plants, drinking water, aquaculture, chlorophyll detection, blue-green algae, industrial production and other fields.

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Chlorophyll Blue-green Algae Detector-water quality sensor


The chlorophyll (blue-green algae) water quality analyzer uses the characteristic that chlorophyll (blue-green algae) has absorption peaks and emission peaks in the spectrum, and emits monochromatic light in the spectrum absorption peak of chlorophyll (blue-green algae) to irradiate the water , The chlorophyll (blue-green algae) in the water absorbs the energy of monochromatic light, and releases a monochromatic light with another wavelength emission peak. The light intensity emitted by chlorophyll (blue-green algae) is proportional to the content of chlorophyll (blue-green algae) in the water. Proportional.


(1)Automatic cleaning: effectively eliminate bubbles and dirt to reduce the influence of dirt on the measurement.
(2)Temperature compensation function: automatic temperature compensation, automatic calibration data with high accuracy and precision.
(3)Double-standard fixed thread: The prefabricated thread is more convenient to install and fix, and the double-standard prefab can meet the different needs of use.
(4)Automatically hang in the water: the product comes with a stainless steel plug that can hang in the water all the time, and the data is accurate. The product line core is made of high-precision copper, and the outer skin is flexible and resistant to bending, tensile and wear resistance. The longer the product line length, the deeper the depth in the water.
(5)Fluorescence detection: Use the fluorescence that reflects the characteristics of the substance, which can reflect the characteristics of the substance when the substance is in an excited state after being irradiated by ultraviolet light, to detect blue-green algae in the water. Detect blue-green algae when there are many algae in the water.

How to maintain the water quality sensor

  1. Regular Cleaning:
    • Keep the sensor surfaces clean and free from debris, biofouling, and other contaminants that may affect the accuracy of measurements.
    • Use a soft brush or cloth to gently clean the sensor surfaces. Avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals that could damage the sensors.
  2. Calibration Checks:
    • Regularly calibrate the water quality sensors according to the manufacturer’s specifications. Calibration ensures that the sensors provide accurate measurements.
    • Follow the recommended calibration procedures for each parameter measured by the sensors, such as pH, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, turbidity, and others.
  3. Sensor Storage:
    • When the water quality sensors are not in use, store them in a clean and dry environment to prevent damage and contamination.
    • Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for proper storage conditions, including temperature and humidity requirements.
  4. Battery Maintenance:
    • If the water quality sensors are battery-powered, monitor the battery status regularly and replace the batteries as needed.
    • When Ensure that the battery compartment is clean and free from corrosion. Replace any corroded battery contacts or terminals.
  5. Sensor Protection:
    • Protect the water quality sensors from physical damage, extreme temperatures, and exposure to chemicals or solvents that could degrade the sensor materials.
    • When Use protective caps or covers provided by the manufacturer to shield the sensor elements when not in use.
  6. Firmware Updates:
    • If the water quality sensors are equipped with firmware or software, stay updated with the latest firmware releases from the manufacturer.
    • When Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for updating the firmware to ensure the sensors operate with the latest features and improvements.
  7. Quality Control:
    • Implement a quality control program to periodically verify the accuracy of the water quality sensor readings against reference standards or laboratory analysis.
    • Document the results of quality control checks and take corrective actions as necessary.
  8. Manufacturer Guidelines:
    • When Follow the recommended maintenance schedule provided by the manufacturer.
Weight N/A
Measuring range

0-400ug/L or 0-100RFU



Protection level




Power supply


Power dissipation


Installation method

Sinking installation

Deepest depth

20 meters underwater

Temperature range



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