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YSI 3232 Conductivity Cell Adapter

YSI 3232 Conductivity Cell Adapter

Description

The YSI 3232 conductivity cell adapter allows the 3166 resistor set and 3400 series conductivity cells to be connected to 3100 and 3200 meters.

Features

  • YSI 3232 compatible cells: 3401; 3402; 3403; 3417; 3418; 3440; 3445; 3446
  • For automatic temperature compensation, use a YSI 3220 temperature probe
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$200.00
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The YSI 3232 conductivity cell adapter allows 3400 series conductivity cells to be connected to 3100 and 3200 meters.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 3232 Conductivity Cell Adapter 003232 3232 conductivity cell adapter, for use with 3166 resistor set & 3400 series cells
$190.00
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