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YSI 160 Electrode Simulator

YSI 160 Electrode Simulator

Description

The YSI 160 Electrode Simulator can be used to confirm proper pH100 instrument calibration.

Features

  • Ensures proper calibration of YSI pH100 pH instrument
  • Calibration with pH simulator calibrates only the instrument, not the pH probe
  • For best accuracy, calibrate the pH100 and probe together using buffer solutions
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$120.00
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$114.00
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