In-Situ RDO PRO Replacement Sensor Cap Kit includes cap, O-rings, lens wipe, and O-ring grease
The In-Situ RDO PRO Replacement Sensor Cap Kit has a life of 24 months from the date of manufacture, or 12 months from the first reading, whichever comes first. To guarantee accuracy and a full 12-month working life, the customer should store the cap in its factory packaging prior to use, and install by the date printed on the label.
Win-Situ 5 software will begin warning the user when 90 days of sensor cap life remain. The user can then choose to be reminded again in a certain number of days (e.g., 30 days, 5 days, etc.).
The RDO PRO sensor cap is very robust and resistant to damage. A maximum storage time of 12 months prior to installation is recommended so that a full 12 months of cap usage is achieved. Therefore, it is not advisable to stock a large quantity of replacement caps, unless your monitoring conditions necessitate this.
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