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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies

YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies

Description

The YSI 10 cable assemblies simultaneously measure temperature and any ISE sensor parameter when connected to the Pro10 or Pro Plus water quality meters.

Features

  • Includes temperature sensor
  • Additional port is available for connecting any ISE sensor
  • 2-year warranty on YSI 10 cable assembly
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$270.00
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Notable Specifications:
  • 2-year warranty on YSI 10 cable assembly
  • 1-year warranty on probe module
What's Included:
  • (1) YSI 10 cable assembly
  • (1) Calibration cup
  • (1) Probe guard with weight
  • (1) Integral temperature sensor
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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies 60510-1 Pro10 cable assembly (ISE) with temperature sensor, 1m
$256.50
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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies 60510-4 Pro10 cable assembly (ISE) with temperature sensor, 4m
$256.50
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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies 60510-10 Pro10 cable assembly (ISE) with temperature sensor, 10m
$299.25
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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies 60510-20 Pro10 cable assembly (ISE) with temperature sensor, 20m
$361.00
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YSI Pro10 ISE Cable Assemblies 60510-30 Pro10 cable assembly (ISE) with temperature sensor, 30m
$460.75
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