EC405

Extech ExStik Replacement Flat Surface Conductivity Electrode

Extech ExStik Replacement Flat Surface Conductivity Electrode

Description

The Extech ExStick Replacement Flat Surface Conductivity Electrode is designed to use with ExStick conductivity meters.

Features

  • Easy to clean, rugged conductivity cell module
  • ATC via built-in Pt-100Ohm sensor
  • Complete with protective connector cap
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$41.99
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The Extech ExStick Replacement Flat Surface Conductivity Electrode measures conductivity, TDS, salinity, and temperature. It is compatible with the Extech ExStick conductivity meters.

What's Included:
  • (1) Replacement electrode
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Extech ExStik Replacement Flat Surface Conductivity Electrode EC405 ExStik replacement conductivity cell module
$41.99
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