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ProODO Optical DO Meter Rental

ProODO Optical DO Meter Rental

Description

Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen & Temperature Meter

Features

  • Store up to 2,000 data sets with PC interface
  • Built-in barometer for DO calibrations
  • Waterproof, impact-resistant case
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$34.00
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The ProODO optical DO and temperature system is perfect for aquaculture studies or monitoring aeration tanks at wastewater treatment plants.
What's Included:
  • (1) ProODO display with barometer
  • (1) Optical probe & cable assembly
  • (1) Hard-sided Pelican case
  • (1) Data Manager software
  • (1) Communications saddle
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) Storage sleeve
  • (1) Weighted probe guard
  • (2) C-cell batteries
  • (1) Calibration report
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ProODO Optical DO Meter Rental ProODO-D Rental of YSI ProODO optical dissolved oxygen meter, priced per day
$34.00
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ProODO Optical DO Meter Rental ProODO-2D Rental of YSI ProODO optical dissolved oxygen meter, priced per 2-day period
$54.00
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$94.00
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$142.00
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ProODO Optical DO Meter Rental ProODO-M Rental of YSI ProODO optical dissolved oxygen meter, priced per month
$202.00
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What length cable is available with the rental?
The ProODO Rental comes with a 4m cable.

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