EC605

Extech EC605 Conductivity Cell

Extech EC605 Conductivity Cell

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Extech EC605 conductivity cell

Features

  • Includes storage bottle for convenience
  • Compatible with EC600 7-in-1 portable water conductivity meter
  • Compatible with DO700 9-in-1 portable dissolved oxygen meter
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$104.99
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Included with the purchase of the EC600 meter, this replacement conductivity cell is also compatible with the DO700 portable dissolved oxygen meter. The electrode includes a storage bottle for convenience.
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