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YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling Kit

YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling Kit

Description

The YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling Kit can be directly integrated into existing or new 6600 multi-parameter sondes.

Features

  • Integrates LI-COR LI-192SA or LI-193SA PAR sensors
  • Can be integrated with new or used YSI 6600 water quality sondes
  • Includes mounting hardware and counterbalance
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The YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling  Kit can be directly integrated into existing or new 6600 multi-parameter sondes. PAR sensors are powered by the sonde and PAR data is added to the data stream of the water quality sonde. This eliminates a separate data logger for PAR and enables long-term studies without requiring a surface data logger.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling Kit 131041510 Single LI-COR LI-192SA Underwater PAR Sensor with mounting and counterbalance bar Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling  Kit 131041530 Single LI-COR LI-193SA Underwater PAR Sensor with mounting and counterbalance bar
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YSI Underwater PAR Sensor Profiling  Kit 131041520 Dual LI-COR LI-192SA Underwater PAR Sensors (up/down) with opposing mounting bars
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
YSI 6600 V2-4 Multi-Parameter Water Quality Sonde 6600V2-00 6600 V2-4 Sonde with temperature/conductivity sensor Usually ships in 3-5 days

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