YSI Dual Channel MultiLab 4010-2W laboratory instrument is EPA approved for drinking water and wastewater compliance reporting.
Connect digital IDS sensors to the MultiLab 4010-2W for the measurement of DO/BOD, pH, ORP, and conductivity in any combination. Ion selective electrodes (ISEs) can also be connected to the instrument.
Instrument Only. Cables, probes/sensors, and accessories sold separately.
The YSI MultiLab line includes the 4010-1W (single channel), 4010-2W (dual channel) and 4010-3W (three channel) instruments providing easy to use and calibrate menu-driven operation ideal for the laboratory.
All MultiLab instruments can accurately measure pH, ORP, conductivity, and DO/BOD. ISEs can also be connected to two and three channel instruments.
Please visit the YSI MultiLab Kits page for fully assembled systems.
Intelligent Digital Sensors (IDS)
The IDS sensors automatically store their unique serial number and calibration data. In addition, they also digitally process the measurement signal. The sensors can be moved from instrument to instrument and maintain their calibration data and transmit this information to the new instrument.
Free yourself from cables! The MultiLab offers wireless sensors for pH, FDO, conductivity, and ORP, giving you freedom to move around your laboratory.
EPA Approved Methodology
The IDS OBOD probe (optical) and the IDS 4100 BOD probe (polarographic) can be used for wastewater compliance reporting of BOD and CBOD. Available IDS pH and conductivity sensors can also be used for drinking water and wastewater compliance reporting.
By using the available BNC adapter and the corresponding ISE, the MultiLab 4010-2W and 4010-3W can be used for compliance reporting of Ammonia (wastewater), Bromide (wastewater), Chloride (wastewater), Cyanide (wastewater and drinking water), Fluoride (wastewater and drinking water), Nitrate (wastewater and drinking water), Potassium (wastewater), and Sulfide (wastewater).
You may be interested in downloading the YSI pH Handbook - a practical guide to pH measurements in the lab and field. It's full of tips and recommendations for ensuring accurate, repeatable pH measurements.