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YSI 6579 Hemisphere pH Sensor

YSI 6579 Hemisphere pH Sensor

Description

The YSI 6579 hemispherical glass probe is designed for use with the 6600 V2-4 sonde and 6445 wiper kits.

Features

  • YSI 6579 produces unattended pH readings in high-fouling environments on 6600V2-4 sondes
  • Greater length and hemispherical bulb is wipeable by a 6600 V2-4 sonde brush
  • Hemispherical shape largely protects bulb
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The YSI 6579 Hemisphere pH Sensor is a longer-length probe with hemispherical glass bulb. This extended  length allows it to be wiped by 6600V2-4 sonde brush, and it's hemispherical shape protects most of the bulb. It is unguarded, and therefore may occasionally produce jumpy readings.

The YSI 6579 is available for use on the 6600 V2-4 with wiper/brush only.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6579 Hemisphere pH Sensor 606579 6579 hemisphere pH sensor In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 606445 6445 wiper kit for 6600 V2-4 sonde & hemisphere pH sensor Usually ships in 3-5 days
YSI 616445 6445AF anti-fouling wiper kit for 6600 V2-4 sonde & hemisphere pH sensor Usually ships in 3-5 days
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