YSI 693 Mooring Clamp for 600 Sondes

YSI 693 Mooring Clamp for 600 Sondes


The YSI 693 mooring clamp is designed to securely attach a YSI 600 series sonde along a mooring line in buoy-based applications.


  • YSI 693 designed for use with YSI 600R, 600XL, 600XLM, and 600OMS water quality sondes
  • Clamps along stainless steel mooring line
  • Rugged plastic and stainless steel construction
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The YSI 693 mooring clamp is designed to securely attach a YSI 600 series sonde along a mooring line in buoy-based applications.
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