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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies

YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies

Description

The YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies are used with the 5739 field dissolved oxygen probes

Features

  • Threaded retainer holds the probe and YSI 5740 cable assembly together
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655801 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 10'
$289.75
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655802 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 25'
$313.50
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655803 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 50'
$370.50
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655804 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 100'
$437.00
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655805 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 150'
$508.25
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YSI 5740 Cable Assemblies 655806 5740 cable assembly for 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, 200'
$574.75
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YSI 5739 Field Dissolved Oxygen Probe 057087 5739 field dissolved oxygen probe, requires 5740 cable
$365.75
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YSI 5775 DO Membrane Kit 098094 5775 DO membrane kit, 1.0 mil, standard, for use with YSI 55, 5750, 5739, 5718, & 6562 DO probes
$38.00
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YSI 5776 DO Membrane Kit 098095 5776 DO membrane kit, 0.5 mil, high sensitivity, for use with YSI 55, 5750, 5739, 5718, & 6562 DO probes
$41.80
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YSI 5685 DO Membrane Kit 005685 5685 DO membrane kit, 2.0 mil, low sensitivity, for use with YSI 55, 5750, 5739, 5718, & 6562 DO probes
$39.90
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YSI Cable Reels 098086 Small cable reel, 25-100 ft.
$27.55
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YSI Cable Reels 098087 Medium cable reel, 100-200 ft.
$41.80
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YSI Cable Reels 098096 Large cable reel, 200-300 ft.
$61.75
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