YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe

YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe


The YSI 200-BOD is a self-stirring BOD probe produced exclusively for use with the DO200 to create an affordable laboratory BOD system.


  • YSI 200-BOD equipped with a screw-on cap membrane for faster response times
  • Fits standard 300mL BOD bottles and features a self-stirring paddle to provide adequate water flow
  • Uses wall supply power to prevent unnecessary battery usage from the instrument
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This YSI 200-BOD probe is designed for use with the EcoSense DO200A dissolved oxygen meter. Offering a self stirring paddle, this polarographic BOD probe fits standard 300mL BOD bottles. The BOD sensor uses a replaceable cap membrane for easy maintenance.
What's Included:
  • (1) Self-stirring YSI BOD-200 probe
  • (1) Power supply
  • (1) 5908 cap membrane kit
  • (1) Operations manual
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YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe 609200 200-BOD stirring BOD probe with 5 ft. cable, 115V
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YSI 200-BOD Self-Stirring BOD Probe 609201 200-BOD stirring BOD probe with 5 ft. cable, 230V
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YSI EcoSense DO200A Dissolved Oxygen Meter 606077 EcoSense DO200A dissolved oxygen meter (cable/sensor sold separately)
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YSI 5908 DO Cap Membrane Kit 605306 5908 PE yellow 1.25 mil cap membrane kit, 550A, DO200, 559 & 2003 polarographic sensors
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