Plessey 6500 conductivity sensor
|Within Vocab||SeaVoX Device Catalogue|
|Alternative Labels||Plessey 6500|
|Definition||An inductive transformer conductivity sensor designed to measure water conductivity (mmho/cm). It was often used as part of the Plessey 9400 CTD system. Plessey was bought by Grundy in 1980, so the Plessey 6500 could also be referred to as a Grundy 6500. It had an accuracy of +/- 0.03 mmho/cm and a resolution of +/- 0.0001 mmho/cm. It was depth-rated to 300 metres.|
|Has Current Version||2|
||salinity sensor||Mapping: 1740763|
||Plessey Environmental Systems||Mapping: 1740769|
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