Used YSI 650 MDS Multi-Parameter Display

The 650-03 Multi-Parameter Display with internal barometer is compatible with all YSI 6-Series Sondes and features standard memory for storing up to 150 data sets.

Features

  • Easy-to-use, menu-driven interface in a compact, rugged, water-proof field display
  • Compatible with all YSI 6-Series Sondes
  • 30 hour battery life (4 C-cell batteries)
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Log real-time data, calibrate YSI 6-series sondes, set-up sondes for deployment, and upload data to a PC with the feature-packed YSI 650MDS (Multiparameter Display System). Designed for reliable field use, this next generation display and data logger features a waterproof IP-67, impact-resistant case.

With the standard alkaline battery configuration of 4 C-cells, the YSI 650 will power itself and a YSI 6600 sonde continuously for approximately 30 hours. Temperature-compensated barometer readings are displayed and can be used in dissolved oxygen calibration. Measurements can be logged to memory for tracking changes in barometric pressure.

Standard memory will allow for approximately 150 data sets. Exact logging capacity is dependent on the number of active parameters in the 6-series sonde. Optional high memory (1.5 MB) would make it possible to easily upload the data from 7 sondes, each of which have data files of approximately 75 days at a 15-minute sampling interval.
  • (1) 650 display unit
  • (4) C-cell batteries
  • (1) PC interface cable
  • (1) 650 operations manual
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