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YSI ProBOD Polarographic BOD Probe

YSI ProBOD Polarographic BOD Probe

Description

The YSI ProBOD cable assembly and probe is great for making high accuracy laboratory BOD measurements.

Features

  • YSI ProBOD includes integral polarographic DO sensor and 115 VAC power supply
  • Designed for laboratory BOD and temperature measurements
  • 2 year warranty on cable assembly
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$725.00
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$688.75
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Why Buy From Fondriest?
Notable Specifications:
  • 2-year warranty on cable assembly
  • 1-year warranty on probe module
What's Included:
  • (1) Self-stirring BOD probe
  • (1) 5908 cap membrane kit
  • (1) 115 VAC power supply
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Questions & Answers

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What is the response time of the ProBOD?
Polarographic sensor response times vary based on membrane thickness and material. A 1.0 mil Teflon cap has a T-95 response time of 18 seconds, while a 1.25 mil PE cap has a T-95 response time of 8 seconds.

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