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YSI 6067B Calibration Cable

YSI 6067B Calibration Cable

Description

The YSI 6067B calibration cable provides a direct connection to the YSI sonde and is designed for laboratory use only.

Features

  • YSI sonde to DB-9 adapter for PC interface
  • YSI 6067B used for setup, calibration, real-time measurement, and uploading files from sonde to PC
  • Requires 6038 power supply if sonde does not have internal battery power
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The YSI 6067B is a sonde to serial-port PC interface cable for dry use only. The sonde must have a power supply via batteries or 6038 power supply (pc will not power sonde). The sonde cannot have an integral cable. The YSI 6067B is 10 feet in length.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6067B Calibration Cable 006067 6067B lab PC interface & calibration cable, 10 ft.
$235.00
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YSI 6038 Power Supply 006038 6038 power supply, 12 VDC, 110 VAC input, MS4 connector
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