6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System Rental

Logging Optical Dissolved Oxygen Sonde

Features

  • Includes optical DO sensor with wiper
  • Internal battery pack for unattended logging
  • Log up to data points internally
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6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System RentalODO-D Rental of YSI 6-Series water quality sonde with temp/cond & optical DO sensors, priced per day
$136.00
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6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System Rental ODO-2D Rental of YSI 6-Series water quality sonde with temp/cond & optical DO sensors, priced per 2-day period
$217.00
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6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System Rental ODO-W Rental of YSI 6-Series water quality sonde with temp/cond & optical DO sensors, priced per week
$380.00
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6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System Rental ODO-2W Rental of YSI 6-Series water quality sonde with temp/cond & optical DO sensors, priced per 2-week period
$571.00
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6-Series Optical Dissolved Oxygen System Rental ODO-M Rental of YSI 6-Series water quality sonde with temp/cond & optical DO sensors, priced per month
$815.00
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The YSI optical dissolved oxygen sonde is well suited for long-term oxygen measurements in severe fouling and low oxygen environments.
  • (1) Sonde with internal battery pack
  • (1) Temperature/conductivity sensor
  • (1) Optical dissolved oxygen sensor
  • (1) PC adapter
  • (1) Soft-sided carrying case
  • (1) EcoWatch software
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • (1) Probe guard
  • (4) AA alkaline batteries
  • (1) Maintenance kit
  • (1) Operations manual
  • (1) Calibration report
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