605374

YSI 110 pH Electrode

YSI 110 pH Electrode

Description

YSI Model 110 is a pH electrode & 1m cable for use with the pH100 handheld display.

Features

  • Lab-grade
  • Six-month sensor warranty
List Price
$60.00
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$57.00
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YSI 110 pH Electrode 605374 110-1 pH electrode, 1m cable
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