Webinar | Best Practices for Online Sensor Maintenance Part 1

November 07, 2022 iq sensornet , online monitoring , wastewater
Part one of our new webinar series, How to Get Optimal Data with Online Instrumentation. In this four-part series, we’ll review best practices for maintaining online sensors and analyzers, managing data, and establishing a standard operating procedure for maintenance.

Not all data is created equal. Quality data is essential for optimized process control – proper maintenance of online instrumentation results in maximum sensor performance and, ultimately, better data to help you make informed decisions.

In part one
, we showcase live, hands-on demonstrations of maintenance procedures for YSI online sensors and share best practices for maintaining each sensor type. 

You’ll learn the following:
  • Which wastewater components are known to skew online data and/or foul instrumentation
  • Best practices for maintaining sensors and how to get the best data
  • How to perform basic maintenance procedures for YSI IQ SensorNet FDO (dissolved oxygen), SensoLyt (pH/ORP), and VARiON ISE (ammonium/nitrate) sensors

Who should watch:

Water treatment engineers, operators, instrument technicians, and superintendents who want to learn more about online instrumentation and sensor applications.

Earn CEUs!

This live educational webinar lasts 50 minutes with 10 minutes for Q&A. After watching the webinar, attendees are eligible to receive a certificate awarding 0.1 CEUs (1 PDH) from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). IACET CEUs are often transferable, so check with your local association to see if IACET credit is accepted.

On-Demand - Best Practices for Online Sensor Maintenance Parts 2 & 3

Watch part two of the series, which covers the ViSolid (TSS), VisoTurb (turbidity), UV-Vis (nitrate, COD, BOD, etc.), and IFL (sludge level) sensors.

Watch part three of the series, which covers Alyza IQ (ammonium, orthophosphate) and 3017M (chlorine) wet-chemistry analyzers. 

Learn more on the YSI IQ SensorNet page!