EXO3 Water Quality Sonde Rental

Multi-Parameter Water Quality Sonde

Features

  • Measure 9 parameters in a compact platform
  • Internal battery pack for unattended logging
  • Central wiper prevents fouling and extends deployment
Your Price $253.00
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EXO3 Water Quality Sonde RentalEXO3-D Rental of YSI EXO3 water quality sonde with central wiper, CT, pH/ORP, DO, turbidity & depth sensors, priced per day
$253.00
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EXO3 Water Quality Sonde Rental EXO3-2D Rental of YSI EXO3 water quality sonde with central wiper, CT, pH/ORP, DO, turbidity & depth sensors, priced per 2-day period
$405.00
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EXO3 Water Quality Sonde Rental EXO3-W Rental of YSI EXO3 water quality sonde with central wiper, CT, pH/ORP, DO, turbidity & depth sensors, priced per week
$708.00
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EXO3 Water Quality Sonde Rental EXO3-2W Rental of YSI EXO3 water quality sonde with central wiper, CT, pH/ORP, DO, turbidity & depth sensors, priced per 2-week period
$1,063.00
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EXO3 Water Quality Sonde Rental EXO3-M Rental of YSI EXO3 water quality sonde with central wiper, CT, pH/ORP, DO, turbidity & depth sensors, priced per month
$1,518.00
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EXO Multi-Parameter Sonde Display Rental EXOHH-D Rental of YSI EXO display with barometer, GPS & 10m cable, priced per day
$67.00
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EXO 33m Field Cable Rental EXOCBL33-D Rental of YSI EXO 33m field cable, priced per day
$20.00
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EXO 66m Field Cable Rental EXOCBL66-D Rental of YSI EXO 66m field cable, priced per day
$34.00
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Simultaneously measure and log temperature, conductivity, salinity, TDS, resistivity, dissolved oxygen (optical), pH, ORP, and turbidity with a central wiper to extend the deployment and reduce maintenance.

  • (1) EXO3 sonde with integrated depth sensor
  • (1) Temperature/conductivity sensor
  • (1) pH/ORP sensor
  • (1) Optical dissolved oxygen sensor
  • (1) Optical turbidity sensor
  • (1) Central wiper
  • (1) USB adapter
  • (1) Soft-sided carrying case
  • (1) USB drive with KOR software
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • (1) Probe guard
  • (2) D-cell alkaline batteries
  • (1) Maintenance kit
  • (1) Calibration report
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