More about the MSCTI
- Turbulent density and temperature variations
- Turbulent salinity flux
- Density profiles
Sensor shafts are custom produced according to user specifications. The sensor shaft is provided straight as standard, but they can be provided with a slight bend as well.
The MSCTI provides analog voltage outputs for both the conductivity and temperature sensors. It is provided with an electronic bridge, which performs amplification and controls various functions. The probe-preamplifier consists of the fast conductivity and temperature sensor on a 0.25 inch diameter stainless steel shaft. The MSCTI power supply is a wall-mounted or tabletop transformer that supplies +/- 12 VDC from 120 VAC 60 Hz or other AC source upon request. Replaceable sensors include the Fast Conductivity and the Fast Conductivity and Temperature sensors.
The MSCTI provides analog voltages that are proportional to conductivity and non-linearly proportional to temperature. The MSCTI will respond 0.5 to 800 mS/cm and 0 to 40 deg C. One thing to note, while the MSCTI will respond to 0.4% NaCl/H2O, the MSCTI has electrical problems at absolute 0.0. The instrument will not operate correctly in distilled water for example.