6-Series Sonde
Quick Start Guide
This document will assist an
experienced user with the steps
required to make your YSI 6-Series
product operational.
! When installing probes, be
careful not to cross-thread the
probe nuts. If you meet resistance
while finger-tightening, STOP,
back out, and begin again.
For full instructions, please refer to
the 6-Series User Manual.
Unpacking and Inspection
Inspect the outside of the shipping
container(s) for damage. If you see any
damage, contact your shipping carrier
immediately.
Remove the equipment from the shipping
box. Some parts are loose in the box, so check
the packing material carefully. Check off all
items on the packing list and inspect them for
damage.
Items Needed
• Sonde
• Probes
• Calibration cup
• Probe guard
• Batteries (if sonde has battery compartment)
• DI water
• Flathead screwdriver
• Calibration standards
• Communication or field cable
If using 6562 DO probe:
• 6570 maintenance kit
• 5775 membrane kit
• Razor blade
Preparing Sonde for Use
To prepare the sonde for operation, you
will need to:
• Install a new membrane on the YSI 6562
DO Probe, if you are using this item.
• Install probes (sensors) into the connectors
on the sonde bulkhead.
• Provide power for the sonde through
batteries or line power.
• Connect a field cable or PC communication
cable.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the
6-Series User Manual.
Installing Membrane on
6562 DO Probe
(Skip to next section if you are not using
this probe)
The 6562 Rapid Pulse™ Dissolved Oxygen
probe is shipped with a protective dry
membrane on the sensor tip. Remove the
O-ring and membrane. Handle the probe
with care. It is important not to scratch or
contaminate the sensor tip.
necessary, shake off electrolyte and start over.
4. Secure a membrane between your left
thumb and the probe body. Touch membrane
only at the ends.
Installing Probes
! Before installing any probe into the
sonde bulkhead, be sure that the probe port
is free of moisture. Use a Kimwipe™ or lintfree cloth to dry.
1. Remove the calibration cup from your
sonde, if necessary.
be removed.
5. With the thumb and forefinger of
your right hand, grasp the free end of the
membrane and gently stretch it up, over,
and down the other side of the sensor. The
membrane should be stretched below the
ridge where the O-ring seats so a good seal is
achieved.
Open the 6562 DO Probe Kit and follow these
steps:
6. Secure the end of the membrane under the
forefinger of your left hand.
3. Some probes can only be installed into
specific ports. Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6Series User Manual for port designations.
! The DO sensor on the 600R/QS cannot
1. Prepare the electrolyte solution as specified 7. Roll the O-ring over the end of the probe,
being careful not to touch the membrane
on the bottle.
surface with your fingers.
2. Put/keep the protective cap on the
8. If bubbles or wrinkles are present, remove
connector end of the probe to protect it from
the
membrane and repeat steps 3-7.
contamination.
3. Hold the probe in a vertical position and
apply a few drops of KCl solution to tip. The
fluid should completely fill the small moat
around the electrodes—and create a large
meniscus on the probe face. Be sure no air
bubbles are stuck to the face of the sensor. If
9. Trim excess membrane with a razor blade.
Rinse off any excess KCl solution, but be
careful not to get any water in the connector.
Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete instructions and photos.
2. Using the long end of the probe
installation tool supplied in the 6570
Maintenance Kit, remove the port plug from
the port.
4. Apply a thin coat of lubricant (Krytox™)
to the O-rings on the connector side of the
probe.
! Make sure there are NO contaminants
between the O-ring and the probe.
Contaminants will cause leaks when the
sonde is deployed.
5. Optical probes (6025 chlorophyll, 6130
Rhodamine, 6131 phycocyanin blue-green
algae, 6132 phycoerythrin blue-green algae,
6136 turbidity, and 6150 ROX DO): Insert
the probe in the appropriate optical port,
seating the pins of the two connectors. Handtighten the probe nut to the bulkhead. Finish
tightening the probe using the short end of the
installation tool. Do not over-tighten.
6. 6562 Rapid Pulse DO, 6560 conductivity/
temperature, 6561/6579 pH, or 6565/6569
pH/ORP probes: Insert the probe into the
appropriate port, seating the pins of the two
connectors. Push the probe inward so that it
seats into the port. Screw down the probe nut
by hand until it is finger tight. Use the long
end of the installation tool to tighten the probe
a quarter turn or until snug. Do not overtighten.
7. Ammonium, nitrate, and chloride ISE
probes do not have slip nuts and should be
installed without tools. Seat the probe body
directly on the sonde bulkhead. Use your
fingers to tighten.
6-Series Sonde
Quick Start Guide
This document will assist an
experienced user with the steps
required to make your YSI 6-Series
product operational.
! When installing probes, be
careful not to cross-thread the
probe nuts. If you meet resistance
while finger-tightening, STOP,
back out, and begin again.
For full instructions, please refer to
the 6-Series User Manual.
Unpacking and Inspection
Inspect the outside of the shipping
container(s) for damage. If you see any
damage, contact your shipping carrier
immediately.
Remove the equipment from the shipping
box. Some parts are loose in the box, so check
the packing material carefully. Check off all
items on the packing list and inspect them for
damage.
Items Needed
• Sonde
• Probes
• Calibration cup
• Probe guard
• Batteries (if sonde has battery compartment)
• DI water
• Flathead screwdriver
• Calibration standards
• Communication or field cable
If using 6562 DO probe:
• 6570 maintenance kit
• 5775 membrane kit
• Razor blade
Preparing Sonde for Use
To prepare the sonde for operation, you
will need to:
• Install a new membrane on the YSI 6562
DO Probe, if you are using this item.
• Install probes (sensors) into the connectors
on the sonde bulkhead.
• Provide power for the sonde through
batteries or line power.
• Connect a field cable or PC communication
cable.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the
6-Series User Manual.
Installing Membrane on
6562 DO Probe
(Skip to next section if you are not using
this probe)
The 6562 Rapid Pulse™ Dissolved Oxygen
probe is shipped with a protective dry
membrane on the sensor tip. Remove the
O-ring and membrane. Handle the probe
with care. It is important not to scratch or
contaminate the sensor tip.
necessary, shake off electrolyte and start over.
4. Secure a membrane between your left
thumb and the probe body. Touch membrane
only at the ends.
Installing Probes
! Before installing any probe into the
sonde bulkhead, be sure that the probe port
is free of moisture. Use a Kimwipe™ or lintfree cloth to dry.
1. Remove the calibration cup from your
sonde, if necessary.
be removed.
5. With the thumb and forefinger of
your right hand, grasp the free end of the
membrane and gently stretch it up, over,
and down the other side of the sensor. The
membrane should be stretched below the
ridge where the O-ring seats so a good seal is
achieved.
Open the 6562 DO Probe Kit and follow these
steps:
6. Secure the end of the membrane under the
forefinger of your left hand.
3. Some probes can only be installed into
specific ports. Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6Series User Manual for port designations.
! The DO sensor on the 600R/QS cannot
1. Prepare the electrolyte solution as specified 7. Roll the O-ring over the end of the probe,
being careful not to touch the membrane
on the bottle.
surface with your fingers.
2. Put/keep the protective cap on the
8. If bubbles or wrinkles are present, remove
connector end of the probe to protect it from
the
membrane and repeat steps 3-7.
contamination.
3. Hold the probe in a vertical position and
apply a few drops of KCl solution to tip. The
fluid should completely fill the small moat
around the electrodes—and create a large
meniscus on the probe face. Be sure no air
bubbles are stuck to the face of the sensor. If
9. Trim excess membrane with a razor blade.
Rinse off any excess KCl solution, but be
careful not to get any water in the connector.
Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete instructions and photos.
2. Using the long end of the probe
installation tool supplied in the 6570
Maintenance Kit, remove the port plug from
the port.
4. Apply a thin coat of lubricant (Krytox™)
to the O-rings on the connector side of the
probe.
! Make sure there are NO contaminants
between the O-ring and the probe.
Contaminants will cause leaks when the
sonde is deployed.
5. Optical probes (6025 chlorophyll, 6130
Rhodamine, 6131 phycocyanin blue-green
algae, 6132 phycoerythrin blue-green algae,
6136 turbidity, and 6150 ROX DO): Insert
the probe in the appropriate optical port,
seating the pins of the two connectors. Handtighten the probe nut to the bulkhead. Finish
tightening the probe using the short end of the
installation tool. Do not over-tighten.
6. 6562 Rapid Pulse DO, 6560 conductivity/
temperature, 6561/6579 pH, or 6565/6569
pH/ORP probes: Insert the probe into the
appropriate port, seating the pins of the two
connectors. Push the probe inward so that it
seats into the port. Screw down the probe nut
by hand until it is finger tight. Use the long
end of the installation tool to tighten the probe
a quarter turn or until snug. Do not overtighten.
7. Ammonium, nitrate, and chloride ISE
probes do not have slip nuts and should be
installed without tools. Seat the probe body
directly on the sonde bulkhead. Use your
fingers to tighten.
6-Series Sonde
Quick Start Guide
This document will assist an
experienced user with the steps
required to make your YSI 6-Series
product operational.
! When installing probes, be
careful not to cross-thread the
probe nuts. If you meet resistance
while finger-tightening, STOP,
back out, and begin again.
For full instructions, please refer to
the 6-Series User Manual.
Unpacking and Inspection
Inspect the outside of the shipping
container(s) for damage. If you see any
damage, contact your shipping carrier
immediately.
Remove the equipment from the shipping
box. Some parts are loose in the box, so check
the packing material carefully. Check off all
items on the packing list and inspect them for
damage.
Items Needed
• Sonde
• Probes
• Calibration cup
• Probe guard
• Batteries (if sonde has battery compartment)
• DI water
• Flathead screwdriver
• Calibration standards
• Communication or field cable
If using 6562 DO probe:
• 6570 maintenance kit
• 5775 membrane kit
• Razor blade
Preparing Sonde for Use
To prepare the sonde for operation, you
will need to:
• Install a new membrane on the YSI 6562
DO Probe, if you are using this item.
• Install probes (sensors) into the connectors
on the sonde bulkhead.
• Provide power for the sonde through
batteries or line power.
• Connect a field cable or PC communication
cable.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the
6-Series User Manual.
Installing Membrane on
6562 DO Probe
(Skip to next section if you are not using
this probe)
The 6562 Rapid Pulse™ Dissolved Oxygen
probe is shipped with a protective dry
membrane on the sensor tip. Remove the
O-ring and membrane. Handle the probe
with care. It is important not to scratch or
contaminate the sensor tip.
necessary, shake off electrolyte and start over.
4. Secure a membrane between your left
thumb and the probe body. Touch membrane
only at the ends.
Installing Probes
! Before installing any probe into the
sonde bulkhead, be sure that the probe port
is free of moisture. Use a Kimwipe™ or lintfree cloth to dry.
1. Remove the calibration cup from your
sonde, if necessary.
be removed.
5. With the thumb and forefinger of
your right hand, grasp the free end of the
membrane and gently stretch it up, over,
and down the other side of the sensor. The
membrane should be stretched below the
ridge where the O-ring seats so a good seal is
achieved.
Open the 6562 DO Probe Kit and follow these
steps:
6. Secure the end of the membrane under the
forefinger of your left hand.
3. Some probes can only be installed into
specific ports. Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6Series User Manual for port designations.
! The DO sensor on the 600R/QS cannot
1. Prepare the electrolyte solution as specified 7. Roll the O-ring over the end of the probe,
being careful not to touch the membrane
on the bottle.
surface with your fingers.
2. Put/keep the protective cap on the
8. If bubbles or wrinkles are present, remove
connector end of the probe to protect it from
the
membrane and repeat steps 3-7.
contamination.
3. Hold the probe in a vertical position and
apply a few drops of KCl solution to tip. The
fluid should completely fill the small moat
around the electrodes—and create a large
meniscus on the probe face. Be sure no air
bubbles are stuck to the face of the sensor. If
9. Trim excess membrane with a razor blade.
Rinse off any excess KCl solution, but be
careful not to get any water in the connector.
Refer to Section 2.3 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete instructions and photos.
2. Using the long end of the probe
installation tool supplied in the 6570
Maintenance Kit, remove the port plug from
the port.
4. Apply a thin coat of lubricant (Krytox™)
to the O-rings on the connector side of the
probe.
! Make sure there are NO contaminants
between the O-ring and the probe.
Contaminants will cause leaks when the
sonde is deployed.
5. Optical probes (6025 chlorophyll, 6130
Rhodamine, 6131 phycocyanin blue-green
algae, 6132 phycoerythrin blue-green algae,
6136 turbidity, and 6150 ROX DO): Insert
the probe in the appropriate optical port,
seating the pins of the two connectors. Handtighten the probe nut to the bulkhead. Finish
tightening the probe using the short end of the
installation tool. Do not over-tighten.
6. 6562 Rapid Pulse DO, 6560 conductivity/
temperature, 6561/6579 pH, or 6565/6569
pH/ORP probes: Insert the probe into the
appropriate port, seating the pins of the two
connectors. Push the probe inward so that it
seats into the port. Screw down the probe nut
by hand until it is finger tight. Use the long
end of the installation tool to tighten the probe
a quarter turn or until snug. Do not overtighten.
7. Ammonium, nitrate, and chloride ISE
probes do not have slip nuts and should be
installed without tools. Seat the probe body
directly on the sonde bulkhead. Use your
fingers to tighten.
Installing Probe Guard
The probe guard protects probes during
deployment and some calibration procedures.
Once the probes are installed, screw on the
guard by aligning it with the threads on the
bulkhead and turn the guard clockwise until
secure. Be careful not to bump the 6562 probe
membrane when installing the probe guard.
Installing Calibration Cup
Installing the calibration cup is performed
in the same manner as installing the probe
guard. The calibration/storage cup is used
for calibration procedures as well as sonde
storage when not in use.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the 6Series User Manual.
Power
• External power is required for the YSI
600R, 600QS, 600XL, 600XL V2, 6820 V2,
and non-battery versions of 600OMS V2 and
600LS sondes.
• Internal batteries power the YSI 6920 V2,
6920DW, 6600 V2, 6600EDS V2, 600XLM,
600XLM V2, 600DW, and battery versions
of 600OMS V2 and 600LS sondes. These can
also run on external power.
• If you have a YSI 650 MDS display or other
datalogger, attaching your sonde to it will
power the sonde when “power sonde” is
enabled.
• For lab calibration, a YSI 6067 or 6095
calibration cable and YSI 6038 (110 VAC) or
6037 (220 VAC) power supply is required for
sondes without internal batteries. (6095 cable
must be used with a field cable.)
• Connect the 6038 or 6037 power supply to
the 6067 or 6095 cable. After attaching the
four-pin connector from the power supply
to the pigtail, plug the power supply into the
appropriate AC outlet.
• When using the sonde’s internal batteries,
install batteries prior to test and calibration.
• When using the 650 as the interface for
sondes with internal power, disable the
“sonde power” feature. Conversely, when
using the 650 for sondes without batteries,
enable the “sonde power” feature.
• Expected power supply outputs are:
6VDC = 4AA
12VDC = 8AA
12VDC = 8C
If you see significantly differing values from
these outputs, the batteries may not have a
full charge or may be installed incorrectly.
(You can find outputs in “Status” in the sonde
menu; see next page.)
Refer to Section 2.2 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete details.
Communication
6. After establishing connection with
EcoWatch, you can configure sonde settings
including date/time, sensors, logging, setup,
and access stored files.
1. Place the EcoWatch compact disk in
your computer’s CD drive. An Installshield
Wizard will automatically start on most
computers. Follow the prompts to complete
the installation.
Refer to Section 4 of the 6-Series User Manual
or the Help section of the software.
Communication to the sonde is started with
EcoWatch® for Windows®, the 650 display/
logger, or any terminal emulator.
2. Select the EcoWatch icon on your
desktop or from the Windows Program
Menu and open the application.
3. Select the sonde icon in the toolbar,
and then select the proper Comm port to
which your sonde is connected. Refer to the
diagram above for Communication Settings.
Click “OK” to open a terminal window.
4. The terminal window is white. Type
“Menu” after the # sign, press Enter, and the
sonde Main menu will be displayed.
5. This software is menu-driven. Select
functions by typing their corresponding
numbers. You do not need to press Enter
after choosing a selection. Type the 0 or Esc
key to return to the previous menu.
Menu
Run = set up sonde for discrete or unattended
logging applications
Calibrate = access sensors for calibration
File = view logged files including the
calibration record (.glp file)
Status = access firmware version, date and
time, battery voltage and estimated life,
amount of free memory, and logging status
Advanced = view calibration constants,
choose Auto Sleep configuration, adjust TDS
constant and other sonde settings. Refer to
Sections 2.5 and 2.9.8 of the 6-Series User
Manual before making any changes to the
settings in the Advanced Menu.
Technical Support
YSI Technical Support is available Monday
through Friday 8 am to 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
Tel: 800-897-4151 option 1
or +1 937-767-7241 option 1
E-mail: environmental@ysi.com
Web: www.ysi.com
System = access sonde communication
settings and instrument identification
Report = choose parameters to log and units
of measurement
Sensor = enable sensors and assign probes to
ports
item # 069307
dwg # A69307
rev 01
October 2008
Installing Probe Guard
The probe guard protects probes during
deployment and some calibration procedures.
Once the probes are installed, screw on the
guard by aligning it with the threads on the
bulkhead and turn the guard clockwise until
secure. Be careful not to bump the 6562 probe
membrane when installing the probe guard.
Installing Calibration Cup
Installing the calibration cup is performed
in the same manner as installing the probe
guard. The calibration/storage cup is used
for calibration procedures as well as sonde
storage when not in use.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the 6Series User Manual.
Power
• External power is required for the YSI
600R, 600QS, 600XL, 600XL V2, 6820 V2,
and non-battery versions of 600OMS V2 and
600LS sondes.
• Internal batteries power the YSI 6920 V2,
6920DW, 6600 V2, 6600EDS V2, 600XLM,
600XLM V2, 600DW, and battery versions
of 600OMS V2 and 600LS sondes. These can
also run on external power.
• If you have a YSI 650 MDS display or other
datalogger, attaching your sonde to it will
power the sonde when “power sonde” is
enabled.
• For lab calibration, a YSI 6067 or 6095
calibration cable and YSI 6038 (110 VAC) or
6037 (220 VAC) power supply is required for
sondes without internal batteries. (6095 cable
must be used with a field cable.)
• Connect the 6038 or 6037 power supply to
the 6067 or 6095 cable. After attaching the
four-pin connector from the power supply
to the pigtail, plug the power supply into the
appropriate AC outlet.
• When using the sonde’s internal batteries,
install batteries prior to test and calibration.
• When using the 650 as the interface for
sondes with internal power, disable the
“sonde power” feature. Conversely, when
using the 650 for sondes without batteries,
enable the “sonde power” feature.
• Expected power supply outputs are:
6VDC = 4AA
12VDC = 8AA
12VDC = 8C
If you see significantly differing values from
these outputs, the batteries may not have a
full charge or may be installed incorrectly.
(You can find outputs in “Status” in the sonde
menu; see next page.)
Refer to Section 2.2 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete details.
Communication
6. After establishing connection with
EcoWatch, you can configure sonde settings
including date/time, sensors, logging, setup,
and access stored files.
1. Place the EcoWatch compact disk in
your computer’s CD drive. An Installshield
Wizard will automatically start on most
computers. Follow the prompts to complete
the installation.
Refer to Section 4 of the 6-Series User Manual
or the Help section of the software.
Communication to the sonde is started with
EcoWatch® for Windows®, the 650 display/
logger, or any terminal emulator.
2. Select the EcoWatch icon on your
desktop or from the Windows Program
Menu and open the application.
3. Select the sonde icon in the toolbar,
and then select the proper Comm port to
which your sonde is connected. Refer to the
diagram above for Communication Settings.
Click “OK” to open a terminal window.
4. The terminal window is white. Type
“Menu” after the # sign, press Enter, and the
sonde Main menu will be displayed.
5. This software is menu-driven. Select
functions by typing their corresponding
numbers. You do not need to press Enter
after choosing a selection. Type the 0 or Esc
key to return to the previous menu.
Menu
Run = set up sonde for discrete or unattended
logging applications
Calibrate = access sensors for calibration
File = view logged files including the
calibration record (.glp file)
Status = access firmware version, date and
time, battery voltage and estimated life,
amount of free memory, and logging status
Advanced = view calibration constants,
choose Auto Sleep configuration, adjust TDS
constant and other sonde settings. Refer to
Sections 2.5 and 2.9.8 of the 6-Series User
Manual before making any changes to the
settings in the Advanced Menu.
Technical Support
YSI Technical Support is available Monday
through Friday 8 am to 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
Tel: 800-897-4151 option 1
or +1 937-767-7241 option 1
E-mail: environmental@ysi.com
Web: www.ysi.com
System = access sonde communication
settings and instrument identification
Report = choose parameters to log and units
of measurement
Sensor = enable sensors and assign probes to
ports
item # 069307
dwg # A69307
rev 01
October 2008
Installing Probe Guard
The probe guard protects probes during
deployment and some calibration procedures.
Once the probes are installed, screw on the
guard by aligning it with the threads on the
bulkhead and turn the guard clockwise until
secure. Be careful not to bump the 6562 probe
membrane when installing the probe guard.
Installing Calibration Cup
Installing the calibration cup is performed
in the same manner as installing the probe
guard. The calibration/storage cup is used
for calibration procedures as well as sonde
storage when not in use.
! It is important to calibrate all
sensors prior to using the sonde for field
measurements. Refer to Section 2.6.2 of the 6Series User Manual.
Power
• External power is required for the YSI
600R, 600QS, 600XL, 600XL V2, 6820 V2,
and non-battery versions of 600OMS V2 and
600LS sondes.
• Internal batteries power the YSI 6920 V2,
6920DW, 6600 V2, 6600EDS V2, 600XLM,
600XLM V2, 600DW, and battery versions
of 600OMS V2 and 600LS sondes. These can
also run on external power.
• If you have a YSI 650 MDS display or other
datalogger, attaching your sonde to it will
power the sonde when “power sonde” is
enabled.
• For lab calibration, a YSI 6067 or 6095
calibration cable and YSI 6038 (110 VAC) or
6037 (220 VAC) power supply is required for
sondes without internal batteries. (6095 cable
must be used with a field cable.)
• Connect the 6038 or 6037 power supply to
the 6067 or 6095 cable. After attaching the
four-pin connector from the power supply
to the pigtail, plug the power supply into the
appropriate AC outlet.
• When using the sonde’s internal batteries,
install batteries prior to test and calibration.
• When using the 650 as the interface for
sondes with internal power, disable the
“sonde power” feature. Conversely, when
using the 650 for sondes without batteries,
enable the “sonde power” feature.
• Expected power supply outputs are:
6VDC = 4AA
12VDC = 8AA
12VDC = 8C
If you see significantly differing values from
these outputs, the batteries may not have a
full charge or may be installed incorrectly.
(You can find outputs in “Status” in the sonde
menu; see next page.)
Refer to Section 2.2 of the 6-Series User
Manual for complete details.
Communication
6. After establishing connection with
EcoWatch, you can configure sonde settings
including date/time, sensors, logging, setup,
and access stored files.
1. Place the EcoWatch compact disk in
your computer’s CD drive. An Installshield
Wizard will automatically start on most
computers. Follow the prompts to complete
the installation.
Refer to Section 4 of the 6-Series User Manual
or the Help section of the software.
Communication to the sonde is started with
EcoWatch® for Windows®, the 650 display/
logger, or any terminal emulator.
2. Select the EcoWatch icon on your
desktop or from the Windows Program
Menu and open the application.
3. Select the sonde icon in the toolbar,
and then select the proper Comm port to
which your sonde is connected. Refer to the
diagram above for Communication Settings.
Click “OK” to open a terminal window.
4. The terminal window is white. Type
“Menu” after the # sign, press Enter, and the
sonde Main menu will be displayed.
5. This software is menu-driven. Select
functions by typing their corresponding
numbers. You do not need to press Enter
after choosing a selection. Type the 0 or Esc
key to return to the previous menu.
Menu
Run = set up sonde for discrete or unattended
logging applications
Calibrate = access sensors for calibration
File = view logged files including the
calibration record (.glp file)
Status = access firmware version, date and
time, battery voltage and estimated life,
amount of free memory, and logging status
Advanced = view calibration constants,
choose Auto Sleep configuration, adjust TDS
constant and other sonde settings. Refer to
Sections 2.5 and 2.9.8 of the 6-Series User
Manual before making any changes to the
settings in the Advanced Menu.
Technical Support
YSI Technical Support is available Monday
through Friday 8 am to 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
Tel: 800-897-4151 option 1
or +1 937-767-7241 option 1
E-mail: environmental@ysi.com
Web: www.ysi.com
System = access sonde communication
settings and instrument identification
Report = choose parameters to log and units
of measurement
Sensor = enable sensors and assign probes to
ports
item # 069307
dwg # A69307
rev 01
October 2008