The Advanced Monitoring Systems (AMS) Center, one of six technology areas under ETV, is operated by Battelle in cooperation with EPA's National Exposure Research Laboratory. The AMS Center evaluated the performance of the Clarion Sensing Systems, Inc., Sentinal (Trade Name) 500 Series in continuously measuring free chlorine, temperature, conductivity, pH, and oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) in drinking water. This verification statement provides a summary of the test results. The performance of the Sentinal (Trade Name) 500 was assessed in terms of its accuracy, response to injected contaminants, inter-unit reproducibility, ease of use, and data acquisition. The verification test was conducted between August 9 and October 28, 2004, and consisted of three stages, each designed to evaluate a particular performance characteristic of the Sentinal (Trade Name) 500. All three stages of the test were conducted using a recirculating pipe loop at the U.S. EPA's Test and Evaluation (T&E) Facility in Cincinnati, Ohio.